Roughly 30% of The Unruly Pig, in Bromeswell, was destroyed after it caught fire in June this year.
No one was hurt in the blaze despite it taking a team of about 50 firefighters to extinguish the flames, which spread to a number of outbuildings and a large external LPG tank.
A message on the pub’s website read: “We can’t wait to get back. Thank you to all our wonderful friends and customers for their continued support and encouragement which has made us so happy.”
The Unruly Pig, previously known as award-winning gastropub the British Larder, had only been trading for two months under owner Brendan Padfield when the disaster struck.
Despite the fire, the Unruly Pig secured a listing in the 2016 edition of the Good Food Guide.
As the British Larder, the pub won several awards including Best Food Pub in the Great British Pub Awards 2012 and featured in the Top 50 Gastropubs for three consecutive years under chef owners Ross Pike and Madelene Bonvini-Hamel.
The couple sold the pub in February to focus on expanding the British Larder brand into other areas such as retail, food and chef consultancy, publishing and food journalism.
In May, Pike was appointed as chef director for 13-site pub group Oakman Inns.
All on track for reopening at end of November ! Bookings are now being taken for 5 December onwards !— The Unruly Pig (@unrulypig) October 21, 2015
The upstairs office has a new entrance ! The rebuild continues pic.twitter.com/ZWnLhCRb3l— The Unruly Pig (@unrulypig) August 6, 2015