Corney & Barrow Bars, the London City bars operator, has carried out a substantial refurbishment to its Old Broad Street site, as part of an on-going investment programme across its estate. 

The transformation is complemented by a new food and drinks offer, featuring an extended cocktail list and greater selection of wines by sister company, Corney & Barrow Wine Merchants.

By day, the menu will follow an informal dining format and include options across starters, salads, sandwiches, mains and sides. Customers can expect such dishes as Scottish pan-fried black pudding and sunny side up quails egg, roasted Sea Bass fillet and poppy seed fried squid and Rare English 7oz flat iron steak. By night, customers can enjoy a selection of smaller tapas style dishes, sliders and sharing platters.

Ed Gardner, managing director at Corney & Barrow Bars Limited, said: “We are committed to significant, on-going investment in our estate in order to maintain and build on our premium positioning in the City market. The major refurbishment of Old Broad Street, alongside recent smaller refurbishments at Canary Wharf and Paternoster Square are just the first phase in a series of planned projects across the business.

“Old Broad Street is part of the evolution of the all day/night concept, so will be open from 7.30am-11.00pm. We are delighted that early feedback from our customers on Old Broad Street’s innovative, quirky and fresh new look has been particularly positive.”