Pictures show Northampton pub and carvery after six-figure refurbishment

Carl Bruce, the new general manager at the Quays, pulls the first pint
Carl Bruce, the new general manager at the Quays, pulls the first pint

A Northampton pub has created 20 new jobs after a full restaurant revamp.

The Quays in Little Billing, which re-opened on Friday (January 26), now plays host to a daily carvery that includes a choice of three 14-hour slow cooked roast meats, seasonal vegetables and a choice of trimmings.

Take a look at the revamped carvery at the Quays.

Take a look at the revamped carvery at the Quays.

Alongside the improved food offering, the Quays has also been revamped throughout for a six figure sum, and has created 20 new jobs.

Carl Bruce general manager at the Quays said: “The Quays has always been a popular destination for people in Little Billing, so we’re pleased to be able to offer an improved food and drink offering to our regulars and new customers alike.

“The investment has been a real success, with great feedback on the new carvery, and pub atmosphere.

”We look forward to welcoming loyal and new guests over the coming months.”

The venue reopened to customers on Friday after a full revamp.

The venue reopened to customers on Friday after a full revamp.

Bosses say there is also a new drinks range, which has been selected by experts to ensure the bar is well stocked with a wide range of wines, beers, national and local cask ales, craft beers, cocktails and spirits.