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Refurbished Bath House pub in Cambridge scrubs up rather well




The Bath House pub in Cambridge has reopened after a six-figure refurbishment.

Rafa Jaworski, general manager of the Bath House pub. Picture: Keith Heppell
Rafa Jaworski, general manager of the Bath House pub. Picture: Keith Heppell

The pub has been transformed with a modernised bar, new furniture, colour scheme and artwork. There is also a new space for private hire called The Loft. New dishes on offer include a shin and rib beef burger, while the Sunday roast has had an upgrade. The Greene King pub has also expanded its vegan offering, introducing a plant-based burger.

The new drinks range at the Bene’t Street pub includes English wines, a new beer from local Cambridge Brewery BrewBoard, new soft drinks from LemonAid and Belu Water, as well as a new house ale – Bath House Pale.

Rafa Jaworski, general manager at The Bath House, said: “I am thrilled to be joining the business at such an exciting time. The Bath House has always been a pub with a great atmosphere and we’re confident this impressive refurbishment will only elevate that further.

“The combination of our modern new space and revived food and drink offering is hard to beat and our team can’t wait to welcome guests back this autumn.”

For more on the pub, go to https://bit.ly/2X9jglN.

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