KINGS HEAD, NAPTON ON THE HILL
Features: Beer Garden, Cask Marque, Food Available, Open Fire and Parking
The Kings Head offers a friendly retreat to the local community, passing walkers and canal boaters.
The newly refurbished restaurant is perfect not just for diners but also for those looking to celebrate a special occasion or hold a business presentation.
Together with the quality of Hook Norton Ales, the Kings Head offers an Anglo-European menu fit for any King! The menu ranges from the more traditional ‘Kings Head Classics’ offering hand-carved Honey Glazed Ham, Lasagne and Hooky Beer Battered Cod and Chips etc to a Grill section with succulent rump, rib-eye and horseshoe Gammon Steaks. Then there are the ‘Kings Head Specials’ offering slow-cooked blade of British Beef, Woodland Mushroom Risotto, Madeira Sauce and Vegetable Crisps, Feta Stuffed Saddle of Lamb, char-grilled Mediterranean Vegetables, Saute Potatoes and Salsa Verde. There’s always plenty on offer to tempt you including Fish and Vegetarian dishes. There is also a lighter lunchtime menu available (Mon-Sat) for those just wanting a snack whilst relaxing in the bar. Both of our menus are updated regularly and are therefore subject to change. If you would like a copy, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday to Thursday: 12.00 noon – 3.00pm & 5.00pm – close
Friday to Sunday: 12.00 noon – close
PUB DINING TIMES
Lunch Menu – From £7.95
Steak Night – £15.95
Burger Night – £10.95
Sunday Roast – £12.95 ( £6.95 per child)
Reservations highly recommended. Please call 01926 812202 or email email@example.com.
PRIDE OF HOOKY AWARDS 2015
Winner – Pub of the Year
Winner – Food Pub of the Year
Winner – Beer Quality and Cellar Management
HOOKY AWARDS 2018
Highly Commended– Food Champion
The Kings Head is ideally situated on the A425 between Southam and Daventry.
Napton Village is situated upon a hill and overlooks the Oxford Canal, which has a flight of locks climbing up the hill. St Lawrence’s Church offers a magnificent view over the canal and surrounding countryside. The local landmark is a restored windmill dating back to 1543 and can be seen from some distance away.