Essex Yeoman reopens as The Junction

essex yThe Essex Yeoman pub is closed temporarily from Monday 12th October to begin an extensive refurbishment that will see it reopen on Wednesday 28th October with a new name ‘The Junction’.

The owners have provided the following information:

As part of the investment in the pub, which is owned by Greene King, will receive a complete makeover, introducing a lighter colour scheme with some signature pieces of furniture and contemporary fixtures. 

The bar will be completely revamped, with the introduction of an extended selection of local and national ales and world beers. The food offering will also be enhanced, with the pub unveiling a mouth-watering new autumn menu; this features dishes such as an American craft burger served with sliced pastrami, fried pickles and mustard mayo; a Caesar flatbread with BBQ sauce and mozzarella, and a pastrami sandwich that comes with American mustard and baby gem lettuce.  

General manager, Steven Cooke, said: “We’re incredibly excited to be undergoing such a huge transformation. The Essex Yeoman is a lynchpin of the local community, so we’re pleased to be able to offer even better surroundings and a great new menu to both our loyal and new guests alike. We’re particularly excited for people to try the sumptuous seasonal dishes from the autumn menu – we’re sure it’ll be a hit!” 

Steven is also looking to recruit new team players for full and part-time positions across the bar and in the kitchen, he added: “We’re on the look-out for dynamic, hard-working individuals on the bar and in the kitchen who want to be part of our family of team players at the Essex Yeoman.” 

If you are interested in a position at the newly refurbished pub please send your CV to Essex Yeoman, 70 Station Road, Upminster, RM14 2TD. 

The new autumn menu is available at the Essex Yeoman from Wednesday 28th October.  

Essex Yeoman, 70 Station Road, Upminster, RM14 2TD

01708 229 289


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