The pub, part of the Cubitt House estate, reopens in September after a revamp designed to open up the ground floor for more customers by relocating the bar and an entrance.
An outdoor terrace has been extended and the first-floor dining space renewed.
Cubitt House has worked with interior design agency Coriander Buildings, which has designed fashionable London haunts including Disrepute, Rum Kitchen, and Riding House Café.
The company describes the refurbishment as a contemporary twist on the pub's quintessentially British character.
To coincide with the opening a new ‘specials’ menu, designed by the estate’s executive head chef Leigh Hartnett, will showcase seasonal produce and British classics using local farms and suppliers.
The Alfred Tennyson website also promises a large array of beers, both bottled and on tap, a selection of cocktails and an eclectic wine list.
Other pubs in the group are the Thomas Cubitt, the Orange and the Grazing goat.
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