Romford town centre pub set to reopen following £300,000 makeover

PUBLISHED: 17:00 03 March 2017

Artist impression of the updated external work to be expected.

Artist impression of the updated external work to be expected.


One of Romford’s favourite watering holes is set to reopen next week following a £300,000 refurbishment.

The Goose, in South Street, has been closed for a month and will relaunch with a special VIP event, on Thursday March 9, from 5pm to 7pm – after which it will once again be open to the public.

Deputy Mayor Cllr Linda Van Den Hende will be in attendance for the relaunch which will be followed by the pub’s first big DJ night - with runs until midnight.

The popular pub has been completely modernised and now features a 350-capacity beer garden, which is the biggest in Essex, complete with pastel-coloured beach huts.

Revellers can choose from an expanded drinks range and a have a bite to eat from the new ‘King’s Feast’ menu which includes five ‘man vs food’ mega meals.

Area manager, Colin Brown, said the works have transformed the venue into ‘an out and out day to night community pub’.

“We’re keeping our loyal clientele happy by reinvesting back into the pub,” said Colin. “Whilst creating the ideal venue for breakfast, lunch, evening meals and party nights.”

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