Toasting the future
CHEERS AND HERE’S TO THE MAKEOVER: Tomasz Klasinski, landlord of the Fox and Pheasant in Stoke Poges which has reopened with a new menu after major refurbishment A PUB is hoping that villagers will flock to it following a £400,000 transformation.
The Fox and Pheasant in Gerrards Cross Road, Stoke Poges, reopened on Monday, December 15 after undergoing a makeover in time for Christmas
Part of the changes include a new menu offering a number of different dishes including steak and ale pie, sea bass and tomato and mascarpone risotto.
General manager Tomasz Klasinski said: “Stoke Poges is a fantastic village and the Fox and Pheasant is at the heart of the community.
“We are thrilled to be offering our regulars and customers a fresh new Fox and Pheasant for them to socialise, eat freshly cooked food and enjoy a drink.
“The opening night was a real success with great feedback from regulars and visitors alike on the delicious menu and the fantastic interiors.
“My team and I look forward to welcoming more guests in the coming weeks following our transformation.”