A warmth of popular feeling
surrounds the royal image of King Edward, seen as the bonhomous
and stately embodiment of the age to which he gave his name. As
long as we continue to invest the Edwardian era with a reputation
for delicious if somewhat upholstered pleasures, the personality
of King Edward himself will surely continue to arouse the same nostalgia.
The Kings Head is based around this philosophy, a 17th century inn
with the traditional feel of the inglenook fireplaces, woodburners
and low beamed ceilings. Fresh food carefully prepared and beautifully
The Kings Head Bawburgh is a freehouse with frequently changing
guest beers. Other well-kept real ales include Adnams Bitter, Greene
King IPA, Courage Directors and Woodfordes Wherry. A comprehensive
wine list ranges from cheerful house wines to more exotic stars
of the vintners art.
The atmosphere at the Kings Head is always comfortable and the friendly
licensee and his staff will find the time to make you feel welcome.
The Kings Head is in all major guides including good pub guide (Dining pub of the year Norfolk 2006), Michelin red guide, AA best pubs and Inns.