Good Pub Guide restaurant to re-open for Easter

Ahead of its reopening to the public, The Chequers Inn at Ettington, in Stratford-Upon-Avon, has released visuals of its newly designed bar and restaurant. The 18th century pub has undergone an extensive renovation and will re-open in time for Easter.

The 38 cover restaurant has been completely refreshed, creating an inviting and unique dining experience. The space will provide visitors with intimate snug areas along with spaces suitable for larger parties.

The new Spring menu will take in 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 the best quality, local ingredients and a range of ever-changing sharing platters and seasonal menus will also be available. The drinks menu will offer an extensive wine list, and ciders, lagers and ales –  including The Chequers Inn’s own pale ale – along with a selection of cocktails.

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.“