Welcome to The Engineer
Built in 1862/1865, The Engineer was originally called “The Bird in Hand” but has since been known as The Engineer when the railway from London to Bedford was built in 1868.
With a lively and sociable atmosphere, The Engineer boasts a main bar area, dining room, family room suitable for children and dogs, sports bar and large garden, garden pods and covered smoking area.
We have a wide range of lagers, cask ales, ciders and craft beers on draught. With an extensive wine, gin and spirit list too, we’re sure you’ll find something just for you here at The Engineer.
Our menu is full of classic pub dishes and we serve a traditional roast with homemade Yorkshires every Sunday.
Food photos in gallery taken by Gordon Cameron - gcameronmedia.com