A Fuller’s pub in Chiswick has reopened its doors to following a major facelift.
Punters who walk into The Pilot on Wellesley Road are sure to wowed by the new look which has kept the traditional pub feel with a few modern twists.
A fresh new menu combined with a range of Fuller’s ales and lager as well as a variety of spirits including 15 gins such as the local Chiswick brewed Sipsmith.
The extensive refurbishment was carried out under the eye of manager Harriet Teague.
Adam Sykes, operations manager, said: “The Pilot is a great pub and this refurbishment has breathed new life into this beautiful period building.
“The delicious food offer, alongside our quality drinks range, together with the fantastic location in Chiswick, means there is no better place to relax.
“We’re looking forward to welcoming customers to the new look pub over the coming weeks.”
Fuller’s Inns are giving mums a bulb that will flower into a beautiful plant for tables booked at one of its selected pubs on Mother’s Day (March 6).