My Wandering Fork
written by Lori Allen
St. Johns Magazine's exclusive reviews of Local Restaurants by Local Foodie
Kings Head British Pub
by Jeanne Lagoutarus
www.kingsheadbritishpub.com 6460 US Highway 1 North, St Augustine, FL 32095 (904) 823-9787From pint to pudding (Sticky Toffee Pudding, that is!), King’s Head British Pub will have you wondering why it’s taken you so long to find this hidden gem. Immediately as you step through the doors, you are embraced by the old world charm, amazing smells, and warm “welcome”.
For starters, we ordered the Scotch Egg and Sausage Rolls. Both were delicious and there was plenty to share. Of course we washed them down with the perfect pint, at the perfect temperature, served with a smile. They’ve got a nice variety of imported beers on tap, as well as bottled beer. Wine is also available, but no liquor. Making a dinner choice was tough because everything we saw coming out of the kitchen looked and smelled amazing! Everything from Bangers and Mash to Cottage Pie caught our attention. However, we couldn’t resist the traditional Atlantic Cod Fish and Chips. It was fresh, flakey and lightly beer-battered. The Cornish Pastie, a fluffy pastery filled with beef, rutabagas and potatoes, was also a very pleasant change of pace. It will take you back to that special little pub you visited in Gloucester way back when...
Sticky Toffee Pudding! Need I say more? Oh yes, with custard! BEST! THING! EVER! Warm, gooey, and definately something I will be going back for!
Following dinner, we enjoyed a few games of darts and even challenged a couple friendly blokes to a game. If you want to feel like you’re “on holiday” for an evening, leave your passport at home and head on over to Kings Head Pub. We’ll meet you there!
What you need to know:
Lowest price entree - $7
Highest price entree - $12
Kids menu - yes $7
6460 US Highway 1 North
Look for the red double-decker bus parked outside
Closed: Monday and Tuesday
Weds.-Sun. 11:30 am -10:00 pm
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Lori Allen is a local who moved from the Boston area to attend Flagler College and never left. She is a family person that loves the beach, football, working out and finding new places to try. Her love for food comes from her northern background and her love of cooking as well as meeting new and interesting people. She has never met a stranger nor has she ever been afraid to try an intriguing place. (Check out all her reviews on stjohnsmag.com)
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