CUTTING-edge lighting technology and a contemporary glass and mirror gantry are credited with making the bar a focal point in The Loch House at Lochwinnoch.
But it’s not just in design terms that the bar has been revamped.
A new drinks offer, including a refreshed wine list and cocktail menu, was introduced to coincide with the relaunch of the outlet.
Cocktails include a French Martini, Skinny Apple Martini, Strawberry Daiquiri and Singapore Sling, while the wine list features seven whites, seven reds, one rosé, two sparkling wines and a choice of three Champagnes. Belhaven and 3663 are the main suppliers.
On food, the main menu offers a range of dishes, including salads, burgers, steak and ale pie, curries, pasta dishes and a selection of grilled meats and fish. Three roasts per day, served with fresh vegetables and all the trimmings, are available from the carvery section.
Alan said the carvery has proved especially popular since The Loch House at Lochwinnoch opened last month.
“Carvery has made a huge comeback down south and it had been working really well for us at the Hungry Monk,” he said.
“I think, especially in this economy, people like to know what they are getting and exactly what they are going to spend; that’s key to people nowadays.”