The Royal Standard, a Deptford pub based on Tanner’s Hill, is undergoing a rapid, thorough makeover and is set to re-launch to the public in July as a bar and restaurant.
Having been a pub and hostel since 2012, the venue is now revamping to offer new and improved services, including a gastro food menu, and an artistic interior design.
Speaking with someone involved in the project, we procured some vitals about the plans for the pub…
“Our brief was to create a layout with both reception area and bar, incorporating a mixture of lounge and dining style seating into an industrial scheme, using raw materials such as reclaimed wooden doors, crates, corrugated iron and bricks. There will also be unique graffiti elements, including an alternative interpretation of the world map.”
Using raw or reclaimed materials is the latest trend we’ve come across with pubs going under construction, and seems to work well for the most part (check out the giant railway sleepers The Fat Walrus has used for their tables) and this, topped with any graffiti art on the walls could make for an exciting interior decor!
The menu is currently still being confirmed and is subject to change, but we know that drinks will include a selection of wines, craft beers, spirits and hot drinks. The food menu will based around homely classics - burgers, sunday roasts, a healthy range of fish and seafood, steaks, and some delightful deserts. So grubs up!
Set to launch July, when perhaps we’ll be permitted to another weekend of good weather, it’s not long now until this local Deptford pub is once again open for business!
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