No no he's not dead, he's restin'! Parrot gets re-fit.
The Parrot recently shut its doors to enable work to begin, sensitively marrying up the old with the new before it reopens in early in December, in time for Christmas festivities.
Mary Willcock, Manager Director for Brunning and Price said ‘’We are aware that wrinkles add character to a face, so rest assured the pub will retain its character while enjoying some well-earned TLC. You’ll still find us traditional in style, with open fires, wooden floors, bookcases, decent old furniture and lots of rugs and plants.
Being foodies, our menu which can be seen on our website, is something of an eclectic mix, striking a balance of hearty pub classics, complemented by more exotic influences from around the world. It changes regularly and reflects the seasons but there’s always a mix of traditional British dishes alongside something a little different.
We think simple things done well are often the best and we want to create a friendly atmosphere in attractive surroundings where locals, regulars and new customers can meet, eat, drink and relax. That for us, is what being a good pub in the heart of its community is all about.’’
The Parrot will join the Brunning and Price family of pubs. If you haven’t heard of them, it’s probably because all of their pubs are very much individuals, but if you would like to find out more, please visit www.brunningandprice.co.uk
You may know of these local pubs that also sit within the family; the Fox Revived, Norwood Hill, the Pheasant at Buckland or Gomshall Mill, Guildford.
1st Oct 2018