Following a thorough sprucing of the interiors and garden, not to mention a new food and drinks menu, loyal locals might have to make some room for visitors from outside the village!
With parts of the building dating back to the 1700s, it was crucial that The Sun Inn kept one foot in its past whilst stepping gently into the present.
Exposed beams, black and white Victorian prints and plenty of head-bumping nooks and crannies have been lovingly maintained, whilst sparkling chandeliers, mismatched walls of light-bouncing mirrors and reclaimed wood floors offer a breath of fresh air.
The Sun Inn is aptly named when it comes to the warmer weather ahead – particularly with its courtyard patio at the front overlooking Barnes Village Pond and generous garden out back. The latter boasts a covered area for colder evenings alongside ample bench seating for those wanting to bask in some rays.
There’s even a chance to watch the members only bowls club in action or gather your friends for a stint around our two full size ping pong tables – for a slice of British summer sport tradition.
Tuck into The Sun Inn’s seasonal menu of pub classics and British specials including handmade Scotch egg with vintage pickle, smoked beef short ribs, West Country beef burger, cider-battered fish finger baps and pig’s cheek flatbread.
Weekends are a particular treat, with indulgent brunch dishes such as eggy bread with bacon and maple syrup and serious Sunday roasts with crunchy roast spuds!
The food might be top notch, but The Sun Inn remains faithful to its beer fans with a regularly rotating range of draught beers and cask ales. Expect to find everything from Brooklyn Lager to Beavertown Gamma Ray pale ale on tap alongside a great range of bottled beers focusing on the craft beer revolution in London and beyond.
Add to this a superior selection of wines and spirits from across the globe and house made tipples including that all-important Pimms.
The Sun Inn – A Charming Country Pub In The City
The Sun Inn
7 Church Road
020 8876 5256