Caterham pub to reopen with different name and 50% off food during launch week

Susan S. Johnson

The Fleeting Brook pub in Caterham is set to return as The Boundary on the Green with a new look, and will officially reopen to the public on May 19. The newly renovated gastro pub will focus on providing quality food and drink, as well as a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

Guests can expect a collection of expertly crafted cask ales, alongside a dedicated shelf of malt whiskeys, gins galore, and an extensive wine list. Alongside a complete overhaul of the menus, this major refurbishment of The Boundary on the Green will not impact the homely features of a traditional country pub.

Interior updates include a refreshed new paint palate of Farrow and Ball colours, roaring open fire, hand-crafted wall panelling and bespoke soft furnishings. The reimagined food and drink menu features a seasonal selection of dishes, including classic pub favourites guaranteed to impress and cater to any dietary requirement.

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For roast dinner enthusiasts, every Sunday diners can choose from a selection of favourites: roast beef topside, roast pork leg, chicken supreme or vegetable roast, roasted squash, mushroom and lentil roast topped with a mango and cranberry fruit compote, perfectly paired with herb roasted potatoes, sticky braised red cabbage, seasonal greens, maple roasted carrots and parsnips, home-made Yorkshire pudding and red wine gravy. Children’s roast dinner portions are also available.

To complete the dining experience, guests can also select from a range of decadent desserts including an espresso Martini tiramisu, and vanilla sponge topped with vodka coffee soaked sponge fingers with mascarpone cream and lightly dusted cocoa.

Craig Peacock, general manager at The Boundary on the Green, said: “We can’t wait to see our regulars again as well as welcoming new guests to our local pub. The new look and feel inside and out looks incredible and I personally can’t wait to introduce everyone to our brand-new food and drinks menu, as well as our new, personalised service style.

“Quality and experience are at the forefront of what we do and we’re thrilled to welcome our additional team members who are eager to cater to and provide our guests with a friendly, five-star service.”

Ahead of the reopening, guests will be able to enjoy 50% off food as part of its soft launch, available to guests from May 13 to 15 – with limited slots available to book online now.

How to book a table

To make a reservation visit fleetingbrookpubcaterham.co.uk.

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