New look for Barley Mow Passage establishment
The furniture has been replaced and the colour scheme brightened
The Lamb pub on Barley Mow Passage is back in action after being closed for four weeks for refurbishment.
The new look has brighter colours that then previous design and the soft furnishings inside have been replaced.
The outside area has been renovated with new seating and weather proofing to provide dining and seating all year round.
The introduction of bi-fold doors at the front of the pub will allow the front of the pub to be opened up into the garden.
Garden has been redesigned for use all year round
New additions also include an accessible toilet and parent room, plus a new function room & a meeting room fully AV equipped available for private hire.
The fireplace remains and the pub will continue to serve a range of pub food including fish and chips, pies, burgers, steaks with vegetarian and vegan offers available.
New to the menu in summer will be a bottomless brunch every Saturday, serving any breakfast dish with either bottomless prosecco or Camden Hells lager.
The Lamb pub Barley Mow Passage, Chiswick
The Lamb has a long history in Chiswick. Chiswick High Road was a toll road connecting Central London with the West between 1717 and 1872. From at least 1761, The Lamb – then called The Barley Mow, was a licensed premises and a Coaching Inn for passing stage coaches.
General manager at the Lamb, Jardine Appleton, said, “All the new additions give us the means to provide an even better experience to a wider audience. The addition of a brand new accessible and family room is perfect for families no matter the age group, more comfort throughout the pub including booth seating inside and out is ideal for groups who want to socialise, the new function rooms with AV availability gives us the opportunity to host everything from business meetings to christenings, wakes and weddings. As someone who thrives in the sunshine, I am very excited to be able to incorporate the summer experience from the garden through to the inside. I look forward to showing off our new look and delighting everyone in Chiswick.”
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May 22, 2022