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Victorian awning at Pomona's

Pomona's, Hereford Road opens with a new Victorian awning

2 Dec 2016

Pomona's West coast Californian style restaurant opened on November 9th in Hereford Road, Bayswater. The frontage boasts beautiful new Victorian awnings by Morco. The fresh Lemon colour fabric has applied graphics in a contrasting blue shade to emphasise the sunny element of Californian style eating. The hardwood Awning boxes have been painted to match the shopfront with the replica Victorian arms  powder coated traditional black.

Interesting foods available at Pomona's include "sweet potato toast, avocado, labneh, lime and cilantro gremolata" to "shredded kimchi and lardo toast" and "caramel croissant and prune pie with crème Anglais" The menu will have been helped by Chief Chef Gareth Sanderson's extensive travels along the West Coast of America, visiting LA and San Francisco for inspiration.

Situated in what was The Commander on Hereford Road, there's space for 120 diners and an American bar for a relaxing drink - or two!

Bayswater takes its name from Baynard's Castle. It was always remarkable for its springs of excellent water and once supplied water to Baynard, his household, or his cattle; the memory of his name was preserved in the neighbourhood for six centuries; and that his watering-place now takes the abbreviated name Bayswater.

 

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