Fuller’s has announced the re-opening of The Trinity, in Borough, London, following an extensive refurbishment.
The Trinity can be found next to Borough tube station and is very distinctive with its Tudor façade and striking blue canopy. As well as a completely new look for the ground floor trading area, Fuller’s has also invested heavily in the St George’s Room on the first floor, creating a stunning function space in what was allegedly once home to then landlord Edwin Brady’s Museum of Curiosities in the late 1800s.
Today, The Trinity has a contemporary vibe with its open-plan layout, wide range of beer, and, for those looking for something light, a menu with snack options including dirty halloumi fries, crispy pork bao bun, and spicy Vietnamese chicken wings.
The main menu includes Fuller’s favourites such as the Chalcroft Farm beef burger and Fuller’s Frontier-battered haddock, and will also offer a range of signature dishes from head chef Salim Massouf.
The Trinity was previously known as The Hole in the Wall from 1899 to 2014, when it was given its current moniker. Prior to 1899, it was known as The St George’s Tavern — recognised today by the eponymous function room. Fuller’s acquired the pub in August 2019.
General manager, Hannah Pontin, said: “I’ve been at The Trinity for nearly three years and it has never looked this good. The refurbishment really shows off the pub’s best features, and the large opening windows at the front make the pub light and airy.
“I’ve got 15 beer pumps, so there really will be something for everyone, and I’m delighted to be welcoming old and new customers into the pub.”