Restaurant back in business after £200,000 refurbishment
Beefeater restaurant The Crows Nest reopened today after undergoing a £200,000 refurbishment in just seven days.
The Tring Hill site now has a fresh look inside, creating a bright and inviting environment, and the booth seating has been given a makeover.
The menu has been given a breath of fresh air and in turn has created eight new roles across the bar and kitchen, but favourites including steaks, burgers, fish and chips, chicken and salads remain.
General manager Evette Eozsa said: “All these great changes make Beefeater even more inviting and we’re proud to reopen our doors.
“We have spent a lot of time working on the presentation of the new look to give our guests the wow factor.
“We are confident our guests will enjoy the changes as much as we do and friends and families can make the most of their time here.
“It’s still their Beefeater – but with a modern twist.”
After rumours circulating on social media, it was thought the restaurant would be renamed The Orange Cow, but commenters on the Everything Tring Facebook page were assured it was just the company logo that was changing to a cow, and the restaurant’s name would remain the same.