February 23, 2018

East Anglian Daily Times

Before even getting to the taste of any of the dishes my boyfriend and I had at The Weeping Willow in Barrow, I have to mention their appearance – how our food looks visually is a contributing factor in how good we think it tastes, isn’t it? Every dish we were served was presented with Le Cordon Bleu elegance, with exceptional attention to detail evident, especially with our desserts. Even if I tried, I really couldn’t fault the food visually. "

January 16, 2018

Bounce Magazine

" After nine months of renovation, The Weeping Willow has re-opened its doors to the public. It has been lovingly restored and expanded with vision to create a very modern country pub.

This listed Pub dates from the early 16th century and has been closed for almost three years.

Paula Pryke OBE and husband, Peter Romaniuk, a top architect, have created a family-friendly venue, which includes a private dining room and a public one which can accommodate up to 60 diners, also welcomes dogs and stocks specially selected ales, beers, ciders and fruit cordials, as well as a bar which has been designed to offer ale at one end and Champagne at the other.

Bounce Magazine were delighted to be invited along for diner, here’s what we thought.

“As we walked though the front door, my partners jaw dropped… he couldn’t stop repeating “wow”. "

October 19, 2017

East Anglian Daily Times

" The family-friendly venue, which includes a private dining room and a public one which can accommodate up to 60 diners, also welcomes dogs and stocks specially selected ales, beers, ciders and fruit cordials, as well as a bar which has been design to offer ale at one end and Champagne at the other.

Newly-appointed head chef Nick Claxton-Webb, who previously worked at The Leaping Hare and Ickworth Hotel, is working alongside restaurant manager Pasquale Speranzini Anelli. "

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