Two Brewers, Chigwell, Essex   1 comment

 

The Two Brewers is a sprawling complex of Old World interiors (huge, rough-hewn timbers supporting low ceilings, oblique angles, etc).

 

 

 

The focus on Sunday around 1pm was, unsurprisingly, on the Sunday Roast and there must have been a dozen servers dashing about carrying huge platters with various levels of gracefulness. That nothing was spilled seemed miraculous.

 

 

The other ‘Olden Days’ nod comes from what must be the uniform of the house. Most of the women were wearing blue and white striped shirts — the kind referred to as an Oxford — sized so that there were gaps between each pair of perilously straining buttons. Who owns this place? Benny Hill?

 

 

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Posted May 25, 2017 by Drunken Bunny in Pubs

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