I came in today and thought what a quaint little place.  I had a delicious lunch, all beautifully cooked with really lovely service. 

-review by Janet Lillis
Had a fabulous afternoon at the Queen's, Great homecooked pizzas. Enjoyed 2 free glasses of wine with our lunch and listened to Tommy O'Flaherty for the rest of the afternoon. Brill

-review by Cecilia Gallagher
I had not been to this pub for over 30 years since I was a teenager. I went on Friday evening and loved the place. Friendly bar staff, quick service despite it being packed. Lively atmosphere. Great range of beers. I enjoyed the Punk IPA and my friend commented that the Guinness was very good. And, finally and crucially, the loos are immaculate. If I lived locally I would be a regular.

-review by Markie B
I've just had a really brilliant pizza at the Queen's.  Out of this world!

-review by Raj Patel
A terrific little pub.  The pizzas are first class and well worth a journey to the pub.  I felt the service was second to none.

-review by Peter Sergeant
Had lunch in here today, absolutely brilliant, great service, fantastically clean - no wonder they are proudly displaying their grade 5 for hygiene, a real pleasure.  I'll be back
Michael Moriarty

-review by Michael Moriarty
What an amazing pub. Fantastic selection of real ales and craft beers. Visited this weekend, the service was out of this world, really friendly staff. Best pub for miles around

-review by Stuart Pearce
This has to be a little oasis in the sand of suburbia. Sipping a pint of Hophead and dreaming of the season of mists and mellow fruitfullness.  Oh the joy of a proper old English pub.  Great beer, lovely staff (and knowledgeable) beautiful garden.  Pity I live in Hendon!

-review by Martin Prendergast
I'm not a local, but I followed the 1st World War beer festival through 'London Drinker' A really great pub with terrific ales.

-review by Sean Hayes