The Kings Head in Lewes is everything a great pub should be. First and foremost you can expect a thoroughly friendly welcome when you walk into this beautiful, light, comfortable and historical pub where upon arrival you are greeted with delicious smells wafting from the kitchen, a particularly well stocked bar and a delightful pub garden proudly boasting views of Lewes castle. The team behind The Kings Head have refurbished the pub, pulling up the swirling 80's carpets to restore the beautiful wooden floors and the low ceilings in this green-gabled community pub close to the ruins of the Lewes Priory, the Tudor Grange gardens and Anne of Cleeves House. The cuisine is traditional British heritage with a modern twist. So expect free-range, seasonal and sustainable produce with local affiliations. However, most importantly The Kings Head is first and foremost a pub that just happens to be enthusiastic about its food. The food menu at The Kings Head is a veritable feast of sensibly priced, locally sourced, seasonal produce prepared by great chefs who love their food and their food history.