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  • Welcome to

    The Kings Head

    We are a family run Bar & Restaurant housed in a Grade II listed 16th Century former Coaching Inn.

Welcome

to the kings head

The Kings Head is a traditional public house, that suits the tastes of locals and tourists of Bridgnorth alike. Offering local cask ales such as Hobson’s, Wye Valley and Ludlow Brewery as well as an extensive range of wines, most of which are supplied from the established merchants Tanners

The building was restored very carefully and reopened in 2005 by its current owners, keeping its original oak beams and three open fire places creating a cosy atmosphere during those cold winter months. During the summer there is a courtyard outside which is great for al fresco dining, creating a perfect all year round venue.

Whether a special occasion, impromptu dinner or a mid-week treat, our friendly team will be happy to help you in any way you require. We look forward to welcoming you soon.

The Restaurant

Our Menu

Matt and his team in the kitchen here at the Kings Head Bridgnorth have put together a fantastic modern English menu. Using quality fresh local produce from local bakers, delicatessens and of course historical Bridgnorth family butchers Beaman’s, we know you will find something to take your fancy.

Should you have any specific dietary requirements just let us know, we are always more than happy to help in whatever way we can.

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Specials Menu

Our specials change on a regular basis, please check back regularly to see whats new!

  • PRAWN & CRAYFISH COCKTAIL

    £5
    avocado puree, gem lettuce, granary toast
  • BAKED CHEDDAR CUSTARD

    £5
    spring onion & tomato salad, granary toast
  • CRISP FRIED FETA PARCEL

    £5
    tomato, cucumber, olives, onion marmalade
  • FILLETS OF PLAICE

    £15
    summer vegetable & herb casserole, white wine & mustard
  • Chimichurri marinated half chicken

    £14
    herb slaw, coconut stock sauce, coconut rice
  • Fillet of Hake

    £15
    Chorizo crust, tomato & basil relish, olives, new potatoes