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Volume 3, Issue 1

January 2015

St Valentines Day Italian

style? Thats amore!


T h e Q u e e ns H e a d - B r o a d C h a l k e

Next month we combine one

of our delicious Round The
World special menus with
all the romance of St
Valentines Day for our
Italian-themed La Festa
Degli Innamorati (the Feast
of Lovers) event.
Running from lunchtime on
Friday, February 13th through to
the evening of Saturday, 14th - St
Valentines Day, of course! - we will be
serving a mouthwatering range of Italian
cuisine to those celebrating the most lovedup 24 hours of the year.
But you dont have to be Romeo and Juliet to
enjoy our Italian flavours. Bring the kids along
for lunch or an early supper and youll find an
array of Valentines crafts to keep them occupied. In addition, each child will be given a key
following a tradition originating in Padua, where
children get small golden keys to ward off epilepsy. Did you know that as well as being linked
to lovers and romance, St Valentine is also the
patron saint for epilepsy (also known as St
Valentines Malady), fainting and beekeepers?

Please reserve a table for

your chance to enjoy a
taste of Italy - including
homemade pizzas - in
Broad Chalkes dedicated trattoria/pizzeria
(otherwise known as our
dining room!). It is likely to be
a popular event because as well
as offering guests the opportunity
to savour our themed menu in romantic surroundings, our St Valentines
celebrations culminate with Italian tenor
Michele Ci singing live from 8pm on Saturday evening. Check out his amazing repertoire at www.michelecirignano.com
Other events to look out for in February include
Shrove Tuesday (Feb 17), when we will add
some pancake specials to our menu.
Looking further ahead, we are planning some
exciting Irish-themed entertainment and food
the following month to mark St Patricks Day
on March 17 - Irish stew and Guinness anyone? And on Mothering Sunday (March 15),
we will have childrens crafts available and a
special gift for dining mums.

Book ahead for new breakfast option

Some say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so we thought it only right that we
should add it to our food and drink offering. We can provide a range of choices from a hearty full
English to eggs how you like em (on toast, boiled with soldiers, etc), as well as bacon and sausage
sarnies that will set you up for the day. We even offer a Champagne brekkie for special occasions.
We often have guests in our cosy B&B rooms, so were usually in the kitchen cooking up a breakfast of champions for them. However, we need to know in advance if you are planning to come for
an early-morning treat, so please book ahead. Breakfast is available daily from 8.30-10am (last
orders at 9.30am). We will be throwing our doors open for breakfast from Monday, February 2.


Special occasions are extra

special at The Queens Head

Phone 01722 780344
Facebook: facebook.thequeenshead
Twitter: queensheadwilts
Families welcome (board games available)
Dogs welcome (with well-behaved owners!)
Dart board
Four B&B rooms
Newspapers and magazines
BT Sports available for selected fixtures please ask for details
Open 11am-11pm Mon-Sat, Noon-10.30pm
Food served 11.30am-9.30pm Mon-Sat,
Noon-9pm Sun

Whether its a wedding reception, anniversary meal, christening, baby shower, special
birthday, or just a romantic meal for two, The Queens Head provides the ideal venue for
any celebration.
Our charming dining room is well suited to both intimate dinners as well as large parties
looking to hold an event in style.
We know that everyones requirements are individual, so we are keen to discuss how
we can help to make your special occasion extra-special.
The dining room can seat up to 50 guests for a delicious home-cooked, sit-down meal,
but can also accommodate buffet parties, so please ask us for advice on numbers.

Tasting Notes: Tanglefoot cask ale

In most issues of our
Newsletter we like to highlight different Badgerbranded ales brewed by
Hall & Woodhouse. This
time its the turn of perennial favourite, Tanglefoot.

Smell: Crisp/sweet, spicy

Colour: Light amber,
Taste: Fruit, scented hop,
Availability: All year round
ABV: 4.9% as a cask ale /
First brewed in the 1980s,
5% in bottles.
this award-winning golden ale has hints
Eat with: Steaks and hearty dishes of melon and pears developed during
also makes an ideal ingredient for steak
the fermentation process. Heres our atand ale pies.
a-glance guide:
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Sunday Lunch: Enjoy a delicious, traditional
Sunday roast every Sunday. Meals cost just
9.95 - and we do all the washing up!
Bridge Club Evening: Tuesday Evenings.
Ask Landlady Elizabeth Edwards for details
- free lessons available
St Valentienes Day: / La Festa Degli
Innamorati : A special Italian menu on
February 13 & 14, themed craft activities
and presentation keys for children, as well
as live music on Saturday evening
Shrove Tuesday: Look out for pancakes
on the menu on February 17.
Mothering Sunday: Crafts for kids and
gifts for dining mums on Sunday, March 15.
St Patricks Day: Celebrations to mark the
Irish patron saints day on Tuesday, March
17 - were thinking Irish Stew, an Irishthemed quiz, and definitely Guinness.

Attention all keen

Chicago bridge players
We are proud to announce that The
Queens Head is now equipped with
card-playing tablecloths, cards, score
cards, pencils and bidding boxes - in
fact, everthing that you need to enjoy a
game of bridge. Anybody keen to learn
the game - some would argue its a sport
- can take advantage of free lessons on
a Tuesday evening. Those interested in
playing or finding out how to play, should
contact landlady Elizabeth Edwards.

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