Brasserie 23 at the Kings Head combines the best of British tradition with a funky contemporary vibe. Using local fresh produce, Head Chef Daniel Tompkins serves up traditional seasonal country dishes with his own signature flourish, drawing inspiration from British dishes with the odd bit of Spanish influence. The menu is complemented by an extensive range of bespoke real ales and a varied and individual wine list. The focus at Brasserie 23 is to provide a fantastic ‘locals bar’ combined with a great restaurant. With large comfy leather sofas and low lighting, the Kings Head is the perfect venue to relax with friends. Large Sipsmith bottles of barley vodka and gin complete the artisan décor and a really warm welcome sets the tone the moment you walk in. The shabby chic style is also a theme in the new coffee shop serving delicious home-made cakes and scones accompanied by an eclectic choice of homemade milk shakes, Tea Pig teas and Grumpy Mule coffees. This is the perfect venue if you are looking for a chilled night out with friends, a daytime rendezvous over coffee and cakes, or a full dining experience. There are also various function rooms available for hire including the stylish coffee shop, which turns into a chic and elegant evening room, and the newly refurbished ‘Crown’ function room which provides a sophisticated and intimate setting for any special occasion.