Iconic Oxfordshire restaurant Gee’s has re-opened for business with a brand new kitchen fitted by Carford Group.
The kitchen is part of a £500,000 restoration project that has also seen work carried out on its Grade II listed conservatory.
The building dates back to 1898 when Mrs Gee began selling prized vegetables from her hugely successful market garden.
The owners of Gee’s said the most “important aspect” of the refurbishment was the investment it has made in its cooking facilities.
The new kitchen put in by Dorset-based Carford includes a wood fired oven and charcoal grill, while the centrepiece is an Athanor island suite.
The building has been home to Gee’s restaurant for more than 30 years. Its menu acknowledges the continued interest in the origin of ingredients, seasonality and the variety of local Oxfordshire produce.