The Rose & Crown in Enfield to relaunch

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The Rose & Crown in Enfield to relaunch

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Redhouse Pubs Group is embarking on a joint £350,000 refurbishment of The Rose & Crown in Enfield with Star Pubs & Bars that will improve its food offer.

The pub, whose kitchen is headed up by chef Allan Herrick, who has previously worked at Michelin-starred restaurants including The Fat Duck, will have a kitchen refit that will enable Herrick to develop its food offer. The menu will focus on pub classics as well as changing à la carte specials, with fish will sourced daily from Cornwall and fruit and veg from Covent Garden and nearby farms.
The Grade II listed pub, which dates back to 1716, is Redhouse Pub Group’s first substantive lease with Star Pubs & Bars. As part of the refurbishment its exterior will be repainted alongside the creation of an 80-seater outside terrace that will have a covered heated space for 24 people.
The internal revamp will give the pub a more modern feel while retaining its original features such as fireplaces, old beams and flagstone floors. The layout will include a bar, a lounge, a snug and two function rooms.
“We’re delighted to be investing with Redhouse Pubs Group. They’ve got an excellent reputation and a proven track record of developing great pub businesses. The Rose & Crown will be no exception; it will be a superb local pub for the community and a destination dining spot for those from further afield,” says Star Pubs & Bars operations director Tim Galligan.
The Rose & Crown is believed to have once been run by Dick Turpin’s grandparents and to have been a hideout for the highwayman.

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