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By Haddenham Webteam - 20th January 2016 12:00pm
The Green Dragon will re-open very soon
Here's the latest announcement on behalf of the new team, moving to Haddenham from Berkhamsted:
Bluebella Roos @ The Green Dragon — fine dining without the fuss!
A visit to Bluebella Roos @ The Green Dragon will stimulate your senses and let you experience fine dining in a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere.
You can expect the highest quality cuisine, celebrating the best of local produce and changing seasons.
Simple but artful combinations served up in a relaxed setting.
We are not just a restaurant. We offer a great selection of real ales, award winning wines, scrumptious bar snacks and a mean Sunday Roast!
Children and muddy boots also welcome :-)
We are currently looking for Enthusiastic and Ambitious people to join our team.
So weather you are looking for part time work or a full time job this could be the right move for you. More details here.
Or drop us an email at email@example.com
Tue — Sat: 11:30 — 23:00
Sun: 12:00 — 22:00
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