And on Sundays visitors can choose from a range of traditional roasts with a huge Yorkshire pudding and unlimited gravy. As well as the main bar and restaurant areas inside, the pub also provides al fresco dining in the beer garden which includes a no smoking area, lighting and heated Jumbrellas for winter times.
The Nag's Head, which is open daily from 12 noon to 11pm, is offering something special during August as it commemorates the 70th anniversary of V-J Day.
To mark the occasion, the pub is celebrating the culinary delights of the 1940's with a special Kitchen Front menu inspired by the very best produce available in that era with a playful take on the name.
So, from now until August 31, visitors can sample a range of unique dishes from the Lord Woolton pie named after the Minister of Food, to Dame Vera's Dover Sole and the Dig for Victory Salad.
And to help wash it down, The Nag's Head has introduced Marston's Help for Heroes Blonde Ale as one of its guest beers for the month.
This unique beer has been specially created by three injured veterans in partnership with Marston's brewery, with 6p from the sale of every pint going towards helping wounded servicemen and women.