Come, try our new menu, the refurbished Horton Arms tells Colnbrook residents!
The Horton Arms, which reopened in November following a refurbishment, has launched a new menu today – and Colnbrook residents are being encouraged to give the ‘new’ pub a try.
Colnbrook’s The Ostrich Inn and Ye Olde George are not the only local pubs to have seen investment, and a makeover, in recent months. The Horton Arms reopened in November following a major refurbishment and change of management.
The refurbishment saw a complete modernisation but it was not just the building that got a new look: the pub now offers a classic pub menu plus “gastro-pizza”. It has launched a range of stone baked pizzas and a specialises in piadina, thin, flaky flatbread originating in the Emilia-Romagna region of north-east Italy.
New landlord, Tom Slack, has also launched the pub’s new menu today. It includes traditional hearty British pies, ‘Horton burgers’, plus a range of fish and meat dishes, and sharing boards. A gluten-free menu is also available.
The full menu is on the pub’s Facebook page and detail’s of the pub’s loyalty scheme.
The pub has already put on a number of events since re-opening, including several live music nights. Its next event will be in just over two weeks’ time: a Multi-Prize Pub quiz coming up on Wednesday, 1st February, at 7.45pm.
The pub in Stanwell Road joins the ranks of local businesses that have continued to invest in the area in spite of the uncertainty caused by Heathrow’s plans. Poyle businesses are expanding, and winning award after award. And with the temporary demise of the Golden Cross, The Horton Arms looks like a more than acceptable substitute!