Added on: 13th December, 2017 by WPRagency
A pub in East Didsbury threw its doors open on 30 November to showcase the pub’s new carvery offering.
The popular Greene King pub, the Barlow Croft on Wilmslow Road has received a six-figure refurbishment, creating 25 new jobs in the process. Guests will benefit from an improved food offering including the introduction of a mouth-watering carvery.
The new carvery will be served fresh every day, and will feature a minimum of three meats that have been slow cooked for up to 14 hours, and eight seasonal vegetables. A new menu has also been introduced, which is full of pub classics, such as hand-battered cod and chips, British beef and ale pie, and 28-day aged steaks served fresh from the grill.
Alongside the improved food offering, the Barlow Croft has also been revamped throughout. The new-look pub, which also features a Wacky Warehouse, will maintain its traditional features and comfortable, homely atmosphere.
Kevin Daley, general manager at the Barlow Croft, said: “The Barlow Croft has always been a popular destination for people in East Didsbury, so we’re pleased to be able to offer a new and improved food offering to our East Didsbury neighbours.
“The investment has been a real success, with great feedback on the new carvery, and pub menu and family-friendly pub atmosphere. We look forward to welcoming loyal and new guests over the coming months.”
The Barlow Croft is currently recruiting for bar and kitchen staff. For more details on the jobs available, please contact Kevin Daley, general manager at the Barlow Croft, on 0161 4456990.