Bright, colourful, modern revamped venue is ‘fantastic for families’
The refurbishment has improved the look and feel of the Crooked Billet and we are pleased to see the fantastic reaction from the community. – Marc McGuigan
A POPULAR Iver Heath pub has re-opened its doors following a complete refurbishment.
The Crooked Billet on Five Points Roundabout has received a makeover and welcomed the public back in on July 27.
The introduction of the family pub brand has seen it transformed into a bright, colourful and modern venue, with the introduction of booth seating and improved children’s entertainment.
Francesca Cane, general manager at the Crooked Billet, said: “The Crooked Billet pro- vides a fantastic venue for families to get together and enjoy a meal or night out, so we are excited to be able to continue to do this with new, improved surroundings.
“The opening was a real success with great feedback on the new menu and bright, colourful interiors.
“My team and I look forward to welcoming more guests in the coming weeks.”
The food offering has also been updated, with the introduction of a new menu focusing on great value food and generous portions.
Dishes include fresh chargrilled chicken cooked in a glaze served with a choice of sides, fresh stone-baked Italian pizzas hand stretched in the pub daily and an ice cream bar with a selection of 10 different flavours, toppings and sauces.
Marc McGuigan, business unit director for Hungry Horse, said: “The refurbishment has improved the look and feel of the Crooked Billet and we are pleased to see the fantastic reaction from the local community.
“We hope families continue to come to enjoy the new menu and relaxed family atmosphere Hungry Horse is so well known for.”
Come on in: Francesca Cane and the Crooked Billet team offer families a great place to get together and enjoy a meal