The Albert Arms in Esher, which has been closed since 2016, has now reopened for business with a new look.
The pub, which was acquired by London brewer Fuller’s in 2016, has been extensively refurbished to provide a new menu, three upstairs dining rooms and six bedrooms housed in a separate cottage opposite the pub.
The Albert Arms is being run by general manager Dan Arrow, who leads a team of 26 employees across the whole business.
The Fuller’s Kitchen is led by head chef Ojas Naware, who has created a menu that is designed to offer a flexible dining experience.
Given the property’s close proximity to Sandown Park Racecourse, each of the new bedrooms are named after iconic racehorses, such as Arkle and Desert Orchid.
Dan Arrow said: “The Albert Arms is a great pub in a superb location, just a 10-minute walk from Sandown Park. With the six bedrooms too, I hope that we will soon build up a regular stream of racegoers who will keep coming back for more of The Albert Arms’ experience.
“I intend to put it on the map as the best pub in Esher and I know I’ve got the decor, the head chef and the team to do just that.”