The King's Head | Teddington
The King’s Head pub in Teddington is an award-winning local, and the original White Brasserie pub.
It exemplifies everything that is quite simply fantastic about a White Brasserie pub. Maybe it’s the history of the building that gives The King’s Head its appeal, or it could be Polly and her team – who are undeniably charming, attentive and knowledgeable. Our regulars love us for the relaxed and cosy atmosphere. Pop by to enjoy the large bar, inviting snugs, open fireplaces and a wonderful walled patio at the back.
guest ales & beers | extensive wine list | monthly set menu available | family-friendly | dog-friendly | car park | disabled access | courtyard garden | kids menu | allergy menus available
Our open kitchen shows we are as serious about our food as we are about our ales and our wines – the menu features French brasserie dishes with an English pub twist, and everything is cooked fresh on the premises. Our monthly-changing set menu is famous in the area for showcasing the best seasonal ingredients for just £11.95 for two courses.
Our drinks menu boasts an unrivalled hand-picked wine list alongside some wonderfully esoteric craft ales and beers. If you fancy something different why not try an artisan gin or smokey whisky...
meet the team
Polly has been part of the White Brasserie family for over four years and stepped up to the role of GM at the original WBC pub with her usual charm and tenacity. Although one of our busiest pubs, Polly and her team ensure that every guest is made to feel at home making the pub one of the best known and most popular in South West London and the favourite of many Teddington residents.
Thomas has been at The King's Head since it opened over seven years ago and is a well-known character amongst regulars. Consistent and exacting, Thomas ensures that every dish that leaves the pass in the pub's open kitchen is guaranteed to please guests.
AROUND THE NEIGHBOURHOOD
Rugby fans can enjoy pre or post-match dining at the pub when visiting the home of English rugby, Twickenham Stadium. Visit the historic home of our namesake, Henry VIII, Hampton Court Palace and Bushy Park to take in some truly stunning scenery and architecture. The River Thames is a stone’s throw from the pub as well, ideal for a gentle stroll or max out your cards in the nearby shopping centre of Kingston.