Toby Carvery in East Hunsbury was reopened by the Mayor of Northampton, Christopher Malpas following significant investment at the site.
The London Road restaurant resumed serving roasts to diners on Saturday and has since created two new jobs for the area.
As part of the revamp, the carvery is set to host fundraising activities and events, in aid of Northampton General Hospital’s Disney and Jupiter children’s wards.
Commenting on the reopening the East Hunsbury Toby Carvery the Mayor of Northampton, Christopher Malpas, said: “I’m thrilled to have officially reopened the Toby Carvery in East Hunsbury following its refurbishment. It’s always been a great place for the entire family to enjoy and it’s fantastic to see the Toby Carvery here committed to investing further in Northampton.
“Their excitement to build links with the local community and support the Children’s Ward at Northampton General Hospital is brilliant, we can’t wait to see what events and charitable initiatives they have planned.”
The restaurant is also supporting the Royal British Legion, Toby Carvery’s brand charity of the year, with fundraising efforts taking place nationwide.
General manager, Theo Hodgkin, said: “We’re so pleased with how brilliant the new Toby Carvery looks, and having the Mayor come down to officially reopen the restaurant made everything even more special.
“The investment from the remodel has not only let us improve the carvery’s appearance, but will also help us bring closer links with the local community. Being able to support the British Legion and the Northampton General Hospital’s children’s wards is fantastic for the restaurant, the staff and most importantly the people of East Hunsbury.
“We just can’t wait to see the people of East Hunsbury and the surrounding areas visit us to experience our fresh surroundings. From a wood burning fire to the cosy surroundings and succulent fresh carved meats, guests can always enjoy their new home from home.”