Galvin Green Man At Howe Street

We at the community Hub were invited to a preview night at the newly refurbished Green Man at Howe Street.

The Brainchild and labour of love of the Michelin Starred Galvin Brothers. They have aspired to bring a touch of top London dining, sumptuous surroundings and excellent customer service to rural Essex and have achieved this and more.


Hailing from Essex and wanting a new venture outside of the capital, the Galvin brothers selected the Green Man, just outside Great Waltham. Using locally sourced produce and a carefully crafted menu, the Green Man will cater for all discerning tastes, from the local area and beyond.

The extension to the original building blends in beautifully, giving the illusion of a barn conversion, with glorious vaulted ceilings the grandeur of the place was easy to see.

We were wined (a lot) and given a taste of the food offerings available, Smoked salmon on homemade rye Bread, Cheese Scones, oysters, sausage rolls, quail scotch eggs to name some. This gave everyone there a tantalising flavour of the food that will be available.


Sympathetically reborn from the original 14th Century coaching Inn. Green Man still retains it’s old English pub charm.

Although a fine dining enterprise, the Green Man still wants families to come in for a Sunday Lunch!

There are extensive gardens for the summer time, with plenty of seating and outdoor heaters in anticipation of the British weather

We had a thoroughly enjoyably evening in a beautiful new surroundings, it is an exciting new adventure and we at the hub are looking forward to seeing the bright Christmas and exciting future in store for all at the Galvin Green Man, Howe Street.

Galvin Green Man, Howe Street
Great Waltham
CM3 1BG

Telephone: 01245 408820


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