We have a beautiful restaurant in the old beer cellars in the basement.
This can comfortably accommodate 30 diners or provide room for a private party of about 60.
Our Comedy Nights are also hosted in this space. The variable lighting and cosy feel of the space make it a perfect venue when you want to get your laugh on.
The restaurant surrounds a large glass pane that houses our heat exchange, the heart of our heat pump system. The room also features some amazing wall paintings on the rear wall. These were created by the distinguished artist Ian Harper.
The paintings are a classical representation of the Elizabethan alms houses built in Woodridge on the orders of the great Elizabethan lawyer Thomas Sekforde after whom the street is named, hence their existence in our establishment.