.........but a busy Saturday lunchtime seemed to be somewhat stressy for the young and pleasant staff! Service was rather slow and disorganised, but the sandwiches (roast beef/horseradish on granary bread, with Kettle chips and home-made coleslaw) were very pleasant, the coffee ditto (it is England, remember!). I didn't try the home-made cakes, but they certainly looked good.
Good range of sandwiches/panini/jacket potatoes/toasties and friendly ambience. Probably best not to visit if they're very busy, unless you've got plenty of time!
The Queens Head is just off the centre of town on Queen Street. It is a traditional pub which serves real ale. It has a selection of the more unusual beers which often includes Adnams. It also serves food and has an impressive array of cheeses and pates for its Ploughman's Lunches. It attracts an older mix of people so if you are a bright young thing looking for something lively it may not be for you. However, if you are looking for a peaceful, pleasant place to to have a couple of pints and a chat then it is definately somewhere you should have a look at.
Favorite Dish: The only meal I have eaten in there is a ham cob which was very nice. The cooked food always smells nice and despite not liking cheese that always looks nice with lots of choice.
Lichfield is a small town but it still has some nice restaurant, cafes and bars. Lloyds No1 are chain of restaurants, popular in midlands. Lichfield also has a branch on Bird Street.