Chef Adam Handling has announced the opening of his first venue outside of London, with the launch of Old Windsor’s The Loch and The Tyne.
Open seven days a week, the pub and restaurant will also provide luxury bedrooms for overnight guests.
Steven Kerr, group executive chef, and Jonny McNeil, head chef at Adam Handling Chelsea, have been named as co-chef proprietors at the new establishment.
Working alongside Handling for 13 and 11 years respectively, the venue’s name originated from where Kerr, Newcastle, and McNeil, St. Andrews, first met the group’s owner.
Handling said that the “stunning pub” could not have been opened without the “strength and versatility” of his team.
He added: “I’ve always dreamed of having a pub as part of the group and to have Steven and Jonny, who have both worked with me for such a long time, at my side is such a great feeling.
“They aren’t just my team, they’re my best friends and have helped me to build my restaurant group. To be able to make them co-chef proprietors is the most exciting and rewarding feeling in the world.”
The venue also features events space for weddings, private events, and country getaways, with bespoke packages now available for both The Loch and The Tyne and Handling’s flagship The Frog in Covent Garden.