One of the oldest pubs in east Dulwich, Southwark, has had a huge makeover – and includes a new garden area and bottomless brunch options.

As Spring settles into south London, The Plough intends to welcome guests to their newly renovated garden with custom built booths.

Guests can tuck into all the pub favourites, including ale and steak pie, fish and chips and steak burgers, as well as a range of Sunday roasts to enjoy.

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New to the menu is a bottomless brunch every Saturday, serving any breakfast dish with either bottomless prosecco, Bloody Marys or Camden Hells lager.

Along with the new food menu, guests will also be greeted with an extensive drinks’ menu, featuring a wide selection of craft beers, ciders and new to the menu – cocktails.

As part of the refurb, the pub is now available to host parties for up to 80 guests.

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The Plough originally opened in Dulwich back in 1791, deeming it one of the area’s oldest boozers.

General manager at the Plough, Sam Vaziri, said: “We’ve been excited about our plans for the Plough for a long time and we are so happy to be back open to show everyone the potential this pub has always had.

“I’ve worked in the area for several years and Dulwich has always been short of pubs with beautiful outside space.

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“We now have the best beer garden in Dulwich, arriving just in time for the great British summer (don’t worry, we have lots of covered space too!).

“The whole of the pub has been given a facelift and we’re set for all your functions and celebrations too.

"I look forward to seeing everyone there soon.”

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