Pub to Indian restaurant conversion
Once again an old English pub dated back to the 1890’s converted to an Indian (Bangladeshi) restaurant. A two-level style restaurant that required a lot of work repairing the damp walls from both the inside and outside. New kitchen floor (tiled) with a new extraction system. A complete rip-out of most of the internal walls of the pub and making good. New lighting throughout along with constructed partitions, new staircases and balustrades. Wallpaper and repainting throughout the property and newly re-designed toilets. Renovation of the existing bar area with additional lighting and glass partitions. Toilet screens were added to provide privacy along with a new internal porch area to assist with the temperature a ceiling heater was also fitted. External walls were constructed with pillar lighting, new signage, lighting and
Aco-drains were fitted to prevent water seepage from the nearby fields and carpark.