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Reviews of Queens Head, Sleaford

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Review by John Carter on 10th March, 2009

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We ate at the Queens Head for Sunday lunch, had a super Lincoln Red beef roast. Excellent homemade puds and lovely staff. Well done all round!

Date visited: 08/03/09

Review by mr roger snell on 3rd September, 2008

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my wife and i were looking forward to having or lunch at the queens head, but was very disapointed. we decidered to have gammon but when it came my wifes gammon was under cooked and raw inside. the portions of vegetables were very small, no eggs or mushrooms. for 7:50 per head we did not think it was value for money

Date visited: 26 sept 2008

Review by Roger Brushneen on 21st February, 2008

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Former residents of Sleaford, my wife and I travel back to see relations four or five times a year. As part of this visit we go out to lunch with my mother-in-law, my sister and her husband. We always go to the Queen's Head. It is an old fashioned pub, beautifully furnished and very cosy. The food is exceptional, and the lunch menu economical, added to superb service. We have always had good food and good service here.

Date visited: Nov 07

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