Harbour Brewing has officially reopened the St Tudy Inn in Bodwin, Cornwall, on 4 December, after acquiring the property over the summer.
Initially the bar reopened just for drinks while the group said it recruited "the right team to fulfil its vision".
Eddie Lofthouse, Harbour Brewing's managing director, said: "We're excited to finally be reopening this beautiful village pub and its boutique accommodation. Located at the heart of the St Tudy community, it holds a legacy as a real foodie destination, and we now have a fantastic team in place to deliver the outstanding local but accessible food offering we're striving for here.
"Our experienced head chef has been working hard to create our unique menus, which will pair well with our own Harbour beers and extended drinks list.
"We can't wait to start welcoming people to dine by our roaring fires, and have people clinking pints in time for Christmas."
At the helm of the kitchen is new head chef Siaka Touray (pictured), who worked at Harvey Nichols' Fifth Floor Café for 10 years and was most recently head chef of Pilchards at Port Gaverne for three years.
Touray said: "We've designed the menus to have some of the classics you'd expect from a rural country pub, but with a modern twist, which will be unique to St Tudy Inn.
"Our team is ready to go with some great dishes we think our diners will love, and we're proud to be championing local Cornish produce throughout."
The main menu will feature braised pork belly, Harbour battered cod, rib-eye steak, whole baked Cornish sole and sticky toffee pudding with clotted cream. Bar snacks include ‘nduja scotch egg, scampi with tartar sauce, pigs in blankets with honey and mustard, and goats' cheese bonbon with squash and sage, as well as a club sandwich and a Cornish cheese toastie.
The pub also has four rooms for bed and breakfast and has plans to convert two more rooms above the bar in the new year. For the past six years the St Tudy Inn was run by chef Emily Scott.