The White Brasserie Company is set to open its fifth pub, the Sun Inn in Chobham, in December.
The pub opens as part of the White Brasserie Company's plan to roll out 20 pubs over the next three years.
The brand is part of Brasserie Bar Co, which also owns the White Brasserie Company.
Key features of the original 17th century building have been restored with a classic design.
The 3,600 sq ft space features original timber flooring, wood burning stoves and exposed oak beams alongside leather banquette seating and relaxed lighting to add comfort and warmth. The brasserie and bar overlook a front garden with 34 covers, whilst a walled courtyard garden seats an additional 44.
The menu created by executive chef Clive Fretwell is a combination of traditional British pub food and French brasserie dishes.
Starters include coastal cheddar cheese soufflé; Burgundian snails in garlic butter and home-smoked Shetland Isles salmon tartare. Mains feature the likes of slow-roasted pork belly with chateau potatoes and poached crab apples; six hour short-rib of beef with mousseline potatoes and braised carrots; and Scottish wild venison casserole with winter vegetables. Classic pub dishes such as pie of the week, an extensive range of steaks and Sunday roasts are also on the menu.
Mark Derry, director of Brasserie Bar Co said: "Building on the success of The Hare and The British Queen, The Sun Inn represents another important step in our growing pub portfolio. We look forward to offering quality food and drink in a relaxed and welcoming environment."