A pub located in a picturesque suburb of north London has opened its doors again after a major refurbishment.

The Orange Tree in Totteridge, Barnet, has welcomed back punters with a new menu and a transformed look.

The pub said that it had taken inspiration from its name, incorporating floral motifs into its decor and using green and orange tones throughout the refurbishment.

Times Series: New décor at The Orange Tree in Totteridge

Times Series: The champagne wall at The Orange Tree in Totteridge

The redesign also features a champagne wall and bookcase dividers.

Head chef Cristina Draghicescu, who has worked at the pub for seven years, has put together a menu of small plates and grill recipes.

The pub also boasts a dedicated vegan menu and promises that its Sunday roast dinners “are not to be missed”.

Desserts include a Sicilian lemon posset and a melting chocolate bomb, while a Koko Colada, a twist on the classic Pina Colada, is among the pub’s signature cocktails.

Times Series: Staff at The Orange Tree in Totteridge

General Manager Mersin Mziu said: “We’re over the moon with how the refurbishment has turned out.

“My team and I are excited to welcome our returning regulars, as well as new customers who can see for themselves just how wonderful the pub now looks.”

Brunch can be enjoyed at the pub at the weekend and is served from 9am until 11.30am.