Riverside gastropub The Embankment reopens as Bedford drinkers make the most of the sun with lockdown easing
You can even order Sunday roast - to go
The Embankment in Bedford has opened its doors again as Bedford celebrates being able to get back to the pub.
The entire team - along with many others in the town - have thrown themselves into getting their pubs ship-shape after the long months of lockdown.
As for The Embankment, the team has given its terrace a new look to welcome groups outside.
There's also lots to chose from in the kitchen - miso-glazed cod with black rice, choy sum, lime, chilli and coriander or Merrifield Duck breast with braised chicory. Meat-free options include aubergine, pineapple and coconut Malay curry, hot green chutney and basmati rice.
As well as being able to order food and drink from one of the team, you can also get your glass topped up and have something tasty to eat by ordering on your mobile.
And if you want it to go, the pub can rustle up takeaway breakfast, coffee - and even Sunday roasts.
General manager Michelle Bennett said: "We have been working really hard to be ready for the big day when we could finally open our doors again and we are so happy to see that day."
The Embankment is now taking outdoor bookings for groups of up to six, or up to two households.