The Arms of The Andover Arms
Nice to meet you
We are Helder, Suzanne, Luke, Joao, Kele, Romy, Elliot, Elliott, TJ, Athina, Ben, Diogo, William, Sonny, Florence, Camille, Ben and Edith. We'll be serving you at The Andover Arms.
As Kitchen Manager of The Andover Arms, Helder is devising your menu. Previously he was the Head Chef of The White Horse on Parsons Green. He obtained his National Vocational Qualification with his work at Michelin Starred The River Café and received 2 AA Rosettes for his food at The Anchor at Walberswrick, Suffolk.
Suzanne will be welcoming you Front of House. 10 years ago she came to London for her Masters in Fine Arts at Goldsmiths University, and since then she likes to apply her creativity into hospitality concepts. Past roles include Manager at Melrose and Morgan Primrose Hill and The Poetry Café, Covent Garden.
Luke is one of the driving forces behind the new Andover Arms. Past roles include General Manager at Browns Manchester, The Engineer in Primrose Hill and at The White Horse on Parsons Green.
We are proud to be a family business. Two of Helder's cousins have also joined our team. Sous chef Joao and assistant manager Diego.
Kele is the longest standing member of the Andover team and one of the best things that ever happened to this pub. She's a true Brackenbury local and knows most of our guests by name.
Romy, Ben and Edith are some of the youngest members of our team. The Andover Arms is a special place for them because they know many of the locals.
Twice a week you can find Elliot in The Andover Arms, but mostly he has music gigs all over London. He's an excellent musician.
Elliott is our super star on Sundays. The rest of the week he brews delicious beers at Portobello Brewing.
TJ is your guy on Saturdays. The rest of the week he's a basketball pro.
Will is our own candidate for the next James Bond. He makes a mean Bloody Mary too!
Florence is well on her way of becoming a lawyer, but in the meantime you can find her in The Andover Arms on Sundays.
Camille's commute to work is the shortest, it is only 279 steps. Kele is a close second though, with 519 steps. And yes, they really counted this walking home one night.
If you want to have a good time, go find Sonny, but be careful, he has a black belt in karate. No joke.