A BRAND new pub and bar has opened in Teesside Airport - and a first look at the menu has revealed just what's on offer.

The terminal building was last week unveiled to the public for the first time after a multi-million pound refurbishment.

As part of the refit, a brand new pub and bar was opened with the publicly chosen name - The Goosepool.

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But holidaymakers and jetsetters alike can now choose from a brand new menu, which has now been revealed - complete with prices.

Breakfast options include a full English at £13.49, full vegetarian at £12.49, small english at £9.99 - and lighter bites starting at £3.99 for a croissant or pain au chocolat.

There are more options for passengers travelling at more social hours with its 'daytime menu,' offering a range of all day breakfasts and parmos.

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An all day breakfast costs £15.49, a beer-battered fish and chips costs £14.99, and of course - a classic parmo with chips and salad will cost £15.49.

There are also a range of burgers costing between £13.49 and £15.49,  a selection of loaded fries at £7.99 - and a range of paninis at £8.49 for good measure.

The menu, which was correct at time of publication, is being served up by some familiar faces - the staff who originally worked at the airport before the refit.

The Northern Echo: The menu at the pub Picture: NORTHERN ECHOThe menu at the pub Picture: NORTHERN ECHO

Vicky Ellison and Kayleigh Barker who were among the original staff at the airport told The Northern Echo last week that they thought the refit was "amazing."

Ms Barker, who recent returned after finishing her university course, said: "We were among the original staff - the airport has been transformed, it's amazing."

The Northern Echo: Named in a public poll, The Goosepool pub has opened serving a mix of food and drink Picture: SARAH CALDECOTTNamed in a public poll, The Goosepool pub has opened serving a mix of food and drink Picture: SARAH CALDECOTT

The extensive refit has included a total overhaul of the check-in area, security hall, departure area - and the refurbishment and addition of two private lounges.

Following the unveiling last week, the Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen said the airport in its previous state was no longer "fit for purpose" as he said it appeared dated.

He said: "It simply wasn’t fit for purpose to process the hundreds of thousands of new passengers we’re working to attract as part of our ten-year turnaround plan.

“With a little bit of TLC and backing from our brilliant local businesses who have secured work on-site to help make our vision a reality, I’m delighted to be able to reveal the new-look Teesside Airport.

“This goes beyond just a facelift, giving it a new lease of life, with modernised check-in and security reducing stress and waiting times, and cafe, bars, lounges and shops making your full travel experience better than ever."

Mr Houchen added that the new look ensured an impressive and "first-class" welcome for businesses and tourists from far-and-wide.