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New head chef & late license for E11 pub

The Leytonstone Tavern, the neighbourhood pub in London E11, has been granted a late license Fridays and Saturdays.

Now able to open until 1.30am, combined with the introduction of a new head chef and catering menus, the pub is able to meet local demand and fulfil its event offering.

New Head Chef, Jamie Teak (pictured) is upping the ante on the weekly menu and bringing his expertise to the party planning. Teak brings over 20 years global experience across restaurants, hotels and pubs.

The new menu, which launched last night, sees the introduction of small plates and vegan dishes, alongside some of the pub classics.

All the dishes are based on fresh, seasonal ingredients from quality suppliers and with everything continued being made on site daily.

For Sundays, diners can enjoy Teak’s award-winning roast dishes, which surpass the average pub Sunday lunch.

The Leytonstone Tavern is owned by Ronnie Finch, the seasoned operator behind The Duke in Wanstead and Hawkes cider and taproom in SE1.