Crawley pub announces reopening this April
A Crawley pub is set to welcome customers when lockdown restrictions ease even further next month.
The Curious Pig in The Parlour, located in Copthorne, will reopen its doors for alfresco dining from Monday, April 12.
Reunite with friends and family in the surrounds of the stunning outside terrace and garden, set to the backdrop of the Surrey countryside, and recently renovated with covered and heated areas for all weathers.
Ahead of reopening, the pub’s chefs have been hard at work perfecting a new menu of seasonal dishes for the spring.
Running alongside customer favourites, and the pub’s acclaimed chargrilled steaks and crisp sourdough pizzas, diners can sample new dishes including spiced roast duck breast with pickled watermelon; chicken and red pesto rigatoni with Old Winchester mature cheddar; and roast cod loin with spicy chorizo, king prawns and Padron peppers.
With something for everyone, including indulgent Sunday roasts and meat-free options such as spiced carrot bhajis and curried cauliflower burger with a cucumber raita and mango chutney, all coupled with an extensive list of wine and cocktails, The Curious Pig is the ideal place to relax and unwind.
The Curious Pig also offers nine boutique-style bedrooms for an ideal countryside escape.
Beautifully finished with plush furnishings, en-suites and all the amenities you may need, the pub provides an idyllic escape for half-term breaks and summer staycations, with bookings now available from May 17 2021, coinciding with the full re-opening of indoor dining.
To book The Curious Pig in the Parlour, please visit www.thecuriouspigintheparlour.com or call 01342 716 202.