Worst dining experience in a decade. I received my cocktail while it took the wait staff another 30 minutes to figure out how to make my wife an old fashioned. Her liver and onions promptly followed while I waited another half hour for my bangers and mash. Wouldn’t have minded but we were the first table to order!!! After years of following their inconsistency we’re done. It isn’t worth the drive or the effort. Moving on.
As always, it was a treat to dine at the Hunter's Head. First, I strongly recommend making reservations as, based on happenings in the area, the place can get packed. And while I enjoy dining solo at the bar, this time we opted for a table for two. It was a chilly day so I opted for an old standby - the Chicken Pot Pie, which featured large pieces of white meat chicken, fresh veggies and a wonderful pastry topping. It was well served and the staff was terrific!
Even doing her for over 18 years! Worth the drive out to Upperville (12 minutes west of Middleburg, va). Historic pub/resturant with amazing beautifully prepared pub food. Chicken pot pie, Shepard’s Pie, Bangers & Mash are among our favorites. The patio is a perfect seating for warm weather dining. And the service has always been attentive and beyond exceptional. Perfect for a date or a family gathering.
The food and service are excellent. We love the quaintness of the restaurant. This restaurant has been a family favorite and when returning from living in England for many years the children fancied the place right away. Now that they’ve grown up and left the nest my wife and I come on special occasions to enjoy the food and be thankful for the memories. Our hope is that the restaurant will continue for many years to come.
My steak was very hard to chew. It was cooked nicely, but it was difficult to cut through and then chew most of it. Some of it was fine. Very disappointed.
Second time here. Been a few years. Took the wife and teens. Nice comfortable table by the fire. Warm and cozy. Friendly Staff
Three orders of Fish n Chips Small portions of fish and large portions of chips that were borderline awful. Must have been the bottom of the barrel and the oil was oil. The chips were mostly little pieces about 1/4" to 1/2 " in length. Dry and not at all like Real Chips in a British Pub.
One order of Shepard's Pie. Again a small portion but somewhat tasty.
Might come back might not. Its local place for us so might give it them a third chance
Delightful as always. I have dined there many times at all times of day and it is always a pleasure. The service is usually friendly and excellent.
We love Hunter’s Head Tavern! The beautiful building, interesting beer and wonderful food. Last Saturday there was a warm fire which added to the cozy feel.
I was disappointed, the food was not good. The building itself is charming though.