A WELL-KNOWN restaurant in Llangollen is coming out of lockdown later this week with a brand new look.

The Three Eagles is set to re-open its doors on Thursday, 6 August, after being closed for several months due to the coronavirus pandemic, which has seen the 18th century former coach inn undergoing a refresh and relaunching as a bar and grill where families can relax over a meal or a drink.

The team has taken great care to develop a Covid-19-safe system, with the health and safety of its guests and staff at the forefront.

Tables are spaced at two metres apart, while guests will use a one way system to enter and leave the restaurant and can download a menu on their smart phones or order from disposable single-use paper menus.

The tables are carefully sanitised before each use.

Chef Adam Gaunt Evans, who is also the director of operations, said: "It has been a frustrating time for us not being able to serve our customers, but we’ve been very busy behind the scenes while we’ve been away.

"I think people will love our casual new ambience, and our delicious menu, with all our most popular dishes and some exciting new ideas."

Diners can take advantage of the Government’s August 'Eat out to help out' initiative, which offers up to 50 per cent off food and non-alcoholic drinks every Monday to Wednesday.

This initiative can be used in conjunction with the restaurant’s own unique offers.