The Chequers Inn at Ettington, in Stratford-Upon-Avon, has announced it is set to reopen in time for Easter after undergoing an extensive renovation.
The 18th century pub features a 38-cover restaurant which has been refreshed, with intimate snug areas and spaces for larger parties.
A new spring menu will include pub classics like fish and chips and handmade burgers alongside a selection of dishes such as Braised Lamb Shoulder with Spring Greens and Pan-Fried Seabass with Wild Rice, Black Olives and Cherry Tomatoes.
The menu will be comprised of local ingredients and a range of changing sharing platters, with seasonal menus also available. The drinks menu will offer a wine list, ciders, lagers and ales, including The Chequers Inn’s own pale ale.
Proprietors Paul and Aman Bhandal, said: “We are extremely excited to welcome customers back to the Chequers Inn after a much-deserved facelift, just in time for Easter. We want to provide diners and drinkers alike with a comfortable and friendly environment, whilst offering the best quality produce possible.
“It has been a real labour of love, and we hope that the public will be as impressed with the new menus and the design of the bar and restaurant as we are.”