Pictures show Northampton pub and carvery after six-figure refurbishment

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

Tuesday, 30th January 2018, 1:21 pm
Updated Wednesday, 31st January 2018, 6:32 am
Carl Bruce, the new general manager at the Quays, pulls the first pint

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.

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.

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The revamped carvery at Greene King pub, the Quays.

“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.”

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.

The venue reopened to customers on Friday after a full revamp.
The revamped carvery at Greene King pub, the Quays.
The venue reopened to customers on Friday after a full revamp.