The beautiful Greyhound pub in the heart of the village of Broughton has been restored and reopened as a sister pub to the well- known Fox Inn, in Tangley.
It took 8 long months to turn the pub around to its new glory. Matt Nicol and his team recycled as much of the furnishings as they could from the old pubs style. The opening up of the bar area, the new fabulous artwork, new fixture and fittings brings the Greyhound fully up to date to become a warm and welcoming restaurant.
The restaurant has a quintessential look and feel of a British pub but serves exquisite Thai food similar to the Fox. There is a large restaurant seating up to 120 people at a time, with a separate private dining area should clients require a little intimacy.
The chefs table is a stroke of genius and offers customers the opportunity to watch the ‘theatre’ of the Thai chefs preparing their freshly made dishes.
Owner Matt Nicol says ‘I am ecstatic, with the response we have seen so far. I am excited about building the business and how it is turned out. Every time I came to the Greyhound before, it was empty and soulless and it now has such a buzz to it’. The village has really welcomed the Greyhound team.
The Menu is new and exciting and specials change every month. The greyhound has just introduced lunch wraps for a lighter bite too.
You can visit their web site for further information here, or call on. Due to the volume of bookings, it is advisable to book your table in advance.