Poms Kitchen




Poms Kitchen



Our client for this project was Pom’s Kitchen, an award-winning eatery in the heart of historic Lichfield. Mid-way along Bird Street to the north of the George Hotel, the restaurant is just a short walk through the pedestrianised area to city’s designated Primary Retail Area.
Sasha Interiors, Salus Approved Inspectors
Project Overview

We were appointed to sensitively and appropriately refurbish the existing frontage of Pom’s to provide a high-quality unit, which would enhance the business appeal and make a positive contribution to the surrounding character with a sympathetic use of materials.


Our design offered the opportunity to re-invigorate a vacant former restaurant unit in the heart of Lichfield, whilst also respecting its heritage status.
The re-instruction of external seating to the frontage promotes activity at street level with passing pedestrians, whilst also providing a new type of food offer in the area to complement the existing Bird Street experience.

The design approach and client brief, was to ensure the scheme delivered a high-quality refurbishment with a strong street presence. The chosen materials palette and external appearance were sympathetic to their context, which enhances local distinctiveness.


The proposed design to the frontage will promote activity at Street level as evidenced by a number of other units along Bird Street and the wider city centre.

We proposed new fabric awnings positioned to either side of the recessed entrance over the bowed glazed windows, which would provide weather protection for patrons seated outside and add to the character of the building.

Simple high-quality branding would link the external and internal spaces, with non-illuminated hanging signage on the brickwork pier between the first-floor windows, similar in style and size to other signs in the area.