The King’s Head’s brand new Eatery & Coffee House concept puts food and beverage at the heart of the hotel. With the ground floor dedicated to creating a warm and welcoming experience, the newly refurbished dining and drinking areas are a comfortable and relaxing setting for any occasion. With fresh, local produce going in to every dish, our chefs take pride in providing the highest quality meals from grazing & sharing to desserts.
Breakfast: 07:00am – 09:30am (Weekdays) 07:30am – 10:00am (Weekends)
Sandwiches: 11:00am – 5:00pm
Main Menu: 12:00pm – 9:30pm
Bar closes 11:00pm Sun – Thu & 12:00am Fri & Sat
The brand new bar now serves one of the widest varieties of draught beers, international spirits, wines and hand prepared cocktails in the Richmond area. From a glass of Perier Jouet champagne to a pint of Black Sheep ale we’ve got something for everyone’s taste.
Eatery and Bar Gallery
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Drink of the moment
Shaken, but not stirred.
The Pornstar Martini is one of the most popular modern cocktails which blends a sexy Martini with a lashing of promiscuous Prosecco. Grabs yours for just £8!
We cater for groups big and small! Whether its a family reunion or a gala dinner, we have the perfect space to host your event. Speak to one of our team to find out more.
Local Ale and Beers of the World
Since joining The Coaching Inn Group we have begun stocking a wonderful new range of beers, lagers and ciders supplied by Carlsberg. These include some of their premium European lagers like Bierra Porretti and San Miguel, as well as draught cider Somersby. We can't forget the Yorkshire favourite of Tetley's Smooth.
Bitter & Stout
|Carlsberg||Coming Soon!||Somersby||Black Sheep Bitter|
|San Miguel||Tetley's Smooth|
Local Ale & Beer
We're proud to support and serve traditionally brewed local beers.
Blacksheep Best Bitter - A classic well-hopped and beautifully balanced beer, with a deeply satisfying and refreshing taste that is followed by a distinctively dry and long bitter finish. Best enjoyed in true Black Sheep style, through a rich, creamy head.