Gastro Pub in Brookmans Park - Brookmans



Peach is a collection of really great pubs, mainly in market towns in the heart of England. A welcoming pub with contemporary, luxurious interiors, light-filled rooms, and large car park. As a quality gastropub, we serve great ingredients and fresh, honest food in relaxed, welcoming surroundings, always with a kind word and a sense of fun. Today we have twenty two pubs in lovely towns and villages, and an undimmed devotion to Making life Peachy. We have always been passionate about giving back and as we’ve developed and grown over the years, our ability and motivation to make the world a little better, a little peachier, has grown with us. The Bigger Peach shows our efforts to improve communities, equality in the workplace, and the future sustainability of our world. Our achievements were recognised in 2022, when we won Best Sustainable Pub Company at the Publican Awards, and we’re also three star accredited by the Sustainable Restaurant Association. 

Soak up the sun and atmosphere whilst enjoying a bite to eat, a cocktail, or a glass of award-winning wine from our drinks list. We serve food all day and children are welcome to enjoy smaller portions of any of our dishes, or ask to see our children’s menu. We take huge pride in serving the best ingredients we can find, from ethical producers, freshly prepared by our chefs. We’re dog friendly in our bar and outdoor areas, bring your furry friend and stop by soon. On our bar you’ll find a great range of spirits, beers and softs, so whether you pop in for a drink, a business lunch or a special dinner, we promise you a friendly welcome. Find us here.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Tom Brown, Head Chef 

Locally raised in Stevenage, Tom ‘accidentally’ fell into cheffing after moving from Kitchen Porter to Breakfast Chef and finally learning how to poach an egg at the age of 17. Quickly finding his passion and talent for food, Tom moved on to work with Redcoat Farmhouse as a Junior Sous Chef before becoming Head Chef at Manor of Groves Hotel in Sawbridgeworth.

Tom is still to this day most inspired by the Sous Chef, Craig, from his first kitchen job, influencing the dishes he creates and his collaborative approach to leadership. After four years under his guidance, they both went their separate ways in the culinary industry but still find time to meet up and inspire each other over good coffee and fine food.

Tom studied plumbing and electrics at college and always wanted to be a Pilot before realising he much preferred to fly in the passenger seat to his favourite foodie destinations. He frequently travels to Maine for fresh Lobster and to Spain for flavours of the sea and saucy spices, inspiring his creations at home.

Now joining us at Peach, Tom lives and breathes our values into leading his kitchen team and creating daily specials full of the good stuff. When he’s not in the pub you can find Tom playing AirSoft with friends or walking his Alaskan Husky through the Hertfordshire countryside. We can’t wait for you to meet him and indulge in his food yourselves.

Jonathan Taylor, POD Director

Half Scouse and born in Bedfordshire, Jonathan (also known as JT) is a familiar face in the Peach team. Joining the hospitality game at 14, as a pot wash in a local restaurant, Jonathan’s career was soon flying. He moved on to The Birch, in Woburn, where he worked his way up to become assistant manager at just 18 (impressive indeed!). He then developed his skills with Peach during his twenties, where his hard work was nationally recognised, winning an Acorn Award in 2013. He then flew the nest for a few years before reuniting with us as a POD Director.

A true foodie, Jonathan believes real quality lies in local and spends much of his time seeking out independent restaurants, cafes and bars when away visiting different places. If you ask him about the best steak he’s ever had, he’ll be sure to tell you about a back street restaurant tucked away in Campos, Majorca, a place highly raved about by the locals. Along with a sharp taste for food, he has a passion for wine, and we can’t help but love his “I don’t drink bad wine – life’s too short” approach.

On his days off you’ll find Jonathan on the search for vintage watches, playing badminton for his local team, or making the best cauliflower cheese in the UK (a title awarded by his wife).

Say hi if you spot him in the pub!

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