The Goose at Romford has reopened after a £300,000 refurbishment creating a completely modernised pub, including a renovated garden with capacity for 350 people that lays claim to ‘the biggest and best in Essex’.

The pub, long since contributing to Romford’s big night out, has seen an overhaul inside which sees it competing at every level for its loyal customer base. The renovated garden however is something to beholden with quirky pastel-coloured beach huts, the perfect private retreat for friends or a hideaway complete with blankets and heating. A huge jumbrella provides shelter from rain, hail or shine, whilst the high speed Internet ensures visitors are never far from the social scene.

The new look was revealed on Thursday 9th March where invited guests and locals, including the Deputy Mayor Cllr Linda Van Den Hende, celebrated ahead of the first big DJ night until midnight.

“We’re keeping our loyal clientele happy by reinvesting back into the pub,” said area manager Colin Brown, “whilst creating the ideal venue for breakfast, lunch, evening meal, party nights with the facelift – an out and out day to night community pub.”

The pub, that sponsors local street pastors, is introducing a new ‘King’s Feast’ menu, whilst expanding the traditional drinks range and adding 2-4-1 cocktails.

The extended range of rotational ales such as Doom Bar and Brentwood Best will be a popular calling for beer aficionados, especially on Tuesdays when all pints are £1.95. The pub is joining the craft beer revolution with Blue Moon and Brewdog punk IPA whilst lager drinkers get great value with Carlsberg £1.95 Tuesday to Thursday 8pm ‘til close.

‘King’s Feast’, boasts five ‘man vs food’ mega meals including the ‘King’s Feast Challenge Burger’ – not for the faint-hearted, four 6oz beef burgers, cheese and bacon, a breaded chicken schnitzel and pulled chicken and chorizo, served with 10 onion rings, double chips, garlic bread and a smoky mayonnaise sauce!

With over 100 combinations of dishes down to under 600 calories options, kids meals, a range of breakfasts and of course the dish every pub needs, the Sunday roast, there really is something for everyone including eleven all day value deals.

Entertainment ramps up with DJs, live music and party Thursday right through to Saturday. There’s even a singing competition organised for 16/03/2017.

Mon-Wed 9am-11pm; Thurs 9am-midnight; Fri-Sat 9am-1am; Sun 9am-11pm