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Orwells Restaurant near Henley has just opened with a new look and menu, and Covid-safe measures in place. A new warm, cosy, welcoming interior throughout accommodates strict safety measures without compromising Orwells signature memorable dining experience.
Chef couple Ryan and Liam Simpson-Trotman are delighted to have reopened the doors to their award-winning restaurant situated near Henley-on-Thames in South Oxfordshire. Having hatched their plan for an even better Orwells Restaurant during lockdown, the pair are finally ready to welcome guests, old and new.
New menus are viewed through a QR code with souvenir copies to take away whilst a smart and sophisticated new welcome space and the removal of the bar allow for better social distancing. Warmer tones throughout are complemented by mango wood tables and distressed leather chairs, teamed with vintage-style lighting and wooden floors.
Ryan and Liam have looked on the last few months of uncertainty as an opportunity to revamp their business. Quickly diversifying it, they created the Orwells Community Shop that supports locals by offering ready meals, takeaways such as fish & chips and pizza, and home essentials. All the while, they were mentally remodelling and relaunching their much-loved restaurnat as well as making plans for its 10th anniversary. Now to be known as Orwells 10+1, it's a celebration of what they have achieved over the last 10 years so watch this space!
Orwells Restaurant is one of the country's best restaurants. It's listed as number 28 in The Good Food Guide UK Top 50, and holds four AA Rosettes. It was also the 2019 winner of the Thames Valley Hospitality Awards Restaurant of the Year.
To find out more and to book, visit https://www.orwellsrestaurant.com
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