Queens Head To Offer Afternoon Tea Following Customer Demand

Queens Head To Offer Afternoon Tea Following Customer Demand
Queens Head To Offer Afternoon Tea Following Customer Demand

are to add Afternoon Tea to their menu following demand from their customers.

Manager, says that people who regularly come to eat in the pub have been asking for them to add ‘teas’ to their menu.

Speaking about the addition to their food offering Claire said;

“For the past 13 years we have always had a strong focus on what people would class as traditional English home cooked food.”

“So through the week we provide meals like fish, chips and peas,  banger’s and mash, and pie and chips while over the weekend we offer a carvery.”

“For some time now customers have been asking us to add afternoon tea, so after a bit of research and speaking with the local information centre we thought we would take the plunge.”

which was named the Best Independent Pub in the East Riding at the recent Best Bar None awards will roll out their idea from 7 March.

To celebrate the launch of Afternoon Teas they will be providing a special offer of tea for two for just £15 – a 25% discount.

Claire added;

“We are all really excited about this. We will be serving Yorkshire Tea and using tradition vintage crockery.”

“Tea will include cakes and sandwiches, and keeping to our values they will all be typically English cakes and sandwiches.”

“We have put on some special offers so people can make some big savings and try out what it is what we are doing.”

“Response from our regular customers when we informed them of what we were doing was really positive, everyone at is confident this will be a success.”

Located on the Afternoon Tea at will be available from 2PM through till 4.30PM Monday to Friday.

Main meals will continue to be served between 11AM and 3PM and  5PM To 7PM Monday to Friday while the carvery is open Saturday and Sunday from 11.30AM to 2PM.

Booking is not required though should you wish to make a reservation you can do so by calling 01482 867363.

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