The pub owned by two- Michelin-starred chef Daniel Clifford has been rebranded as a bar and grill.
The Headley, in Great Warley, Essex, which Clifford opened in May 2007 has been renamed the Headley Bar & Grill.
The Great Warley venue has been given new signage, posters and a new kitchen team.
The 180-cover pub is owned by Russell Morgan of the Crown Group and two-Michelin-starred chef Daniel Clifford, who is head chef of Midsummer House in Cambridgeshire.
The rebranding is intended to widen the pub's market and reach more people.
Clifford has been involved in devising the new menu concept, which now offers baguettes and wraps, and starters such as tempura king prawns with a sweet chilli dip (£7.50); plum tomato, mozzarella & fresh basil salad (£4.50) and crispy chicken wings with barbecue sauce (£4.50 /£8.50).
Mains include a home- made beefburger, sourdough bap, cheese, bacon & tomato (£9).
An extensive steak section includes 8 to 14oz sirloin, rib-eye and fillet cuts, which range from £12.95 to £24.50.
Five sauces can be added for £1.50 including blue cheese, red wine and pepper.