The King's Head Shepperton

Great drinks, food and entertainment

The King & Thai

Delicious Thai Food & Traditional Sunday Lunches

About Us

A friendly welcome from your great local pub.

At your service (since the 15th Century)

Having recently been refurbished, with original features being restored by its new owners, it has character and history in abundance. The Kings Head offers cosy surroundings – be warmed by a roaring fire in the winter and refreshed in a vibrant courtyard in the summer. Being privately owned you are assured of a warm welcome and a personal touch from its owners.

The rear of the Kings Head houses a Thai restaurant – THE KING & THAI. The restaurant serves delicious freshly prepared food, all free from MSG or additives. The restaurant is open Monday to Saturday.

The kitchen reverts back to a more traditional menu on Sundays, serving scrumptious SUNDAY ROASTS, all home cooked to your liking, from 21 day matured beef, corn fed British chickens, to succulent spring lambs and crackling pork.

There is live music on Fridays for the over 21s with great local musicians, ranging from one man and his guitar to a five piece soul and blues band. See What's On for details.

We have free WiFi and are dog friendly in the bar. We offer private dining in our snug and can cater for parties.

You will always get a friendly welcome from your great local pub.

Call us on 01932 221910  or email kingsheadshepperton@hotmail.com

King's Head Shepperton

History

The Kings Head is situated in the idyllic Church Square in Old Shepperton. Dating back to the 15th century, it is steeped in history. It was originally a coaching inn with the top bar being stables.

It has been reported that Admiral Nelson courted Lady Hamilton at The Kings Head. He came to Shepperton to visit his brother, a vicar at nearby Laleham village.

The Pub has had many famous visitors, thanks to the nearby Shepperton studios.

Visitors included Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor (right), who were regulars. The walls are now adorned with photos of all its famous visitors.

There have been many ghost stories over the years, most popular is the headless monk who was beheaded by his brethren for breaking his vows of celibacy. See Ghost Pubs

Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor leaving the King's Head in 1963

Book Your Table

Call 01932 221910

What's On

Great music, great company, great evenings! (Over 21s only)

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