Church Road, Boreham, CM3 3EG
Tucked behind St Andrew’s Church in Boreham, you’ll find the Queen’s Head – an old fashioned family-run pub serving tasty unpretentious food and well-kept real ale, cider and wine. Max and Jess Castledine welcome visitors and locals alike to this traditional venue, which hosts regular live music nights, family-friendly charity fundraisers, and festivals celebrating beer and sausages, cider and gin. The menu is made up of traditional homemade pub classics, with favourites including crispy scampi and chips or a spicy bean burger for vegetarian diners. Offering generous portions at a reasonable price, the bill of fare also includes a regularly changing specials board. Specials range from pan-fried sea bass to chicken in white wine sauce. For a relaxed treat with friends, try the Queen’s Head’s afternoon tea, which comprises a selection of mini sandwiches and savoury pastries, scones with clotted cream and jam, and your choice of unlimited tea, coffee or hot chocolate. On Sundays, the three-course roasts include a variety of meat and vegetarian options and come served with roast potatoes and all the trimmings. With the friendly team on-hand to help you plan your event, the Queen’s Head has a private hire space available for parties and events. You can also add a deliciously varied buffet to keep revellers fuelled. In addition to all your favourite spirits, the pub boasts an extensive gin list for connoisseurs to get stuck in to.