A revamped steakhouse is set to reopen in the Thames Valley next month.

Dukes Steakhouse, which is situated within the Villiers Hotel based in Buckingham, is expected to unveil itself to guests on Thursday, February 1 with a grand opening gala, before a month of specials and discounts starting on February 2.

The establishment will be the town’s first dedicated steakhouse, with the venue boasting a new dining area which consists of eco-friendly materials.

The source of the décor is to help reduce the planet’s carbon footprint.

Bruce Cave, Active Hospitality Group (owner of Villiers Hotel and Dukes Steakhouse) CEO, said: “Dukes Steakhouse isn't just a new restaurant, it's a fresh chapter in local dining.

“We're here to offer straightforward, high-quality steakhouse fare that the Thames Valley has been missing.

“It's our mission to be the go-to spot for great steaks and a relaxed, enjoyable dining experience.”

As well as it being a steakhouse, there are also several vegetarian and vegan options on their menu, with their executive head chef, Ben Roche, being awarded an AA Rosette.

An AA Rosette, which was first established in 1956, is an award recognizing culinary excellence in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland.

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