Best Restaurants in Surrey, England
A beautiful country with delicious food– that’s what Surrey is. Located in South East England, having one of the borders touching Greater London, Surrey is a fantastic place with restaurants offering exotic cuisines, exquisite food & drinks, impeccable service, and excellent ambiance.
If you are visiting Surrey or are already there, here are some of the fabulous restaurants you would want to try:
The list is in no particular order.
The Star (Leatherhead)
The Star in Leatherhead is a multi-award-winning British pub offering amazing food. For light bites to a full 3-course meal, this restaurant is a place you can be at all day, every day. And of course, perfect pints and a great wine list from around the world goes without saying.
Their garden and patio areas are excellent for open-air dining. Moreover, with a kids’ menu, coloring competition with monthly prizes, and a great play area in the rear garden, the restaurant is family-friendly too.
All in all, parents, their children, and well-behaved doggies are welcomed at The Star to have some fine dining and appealing wine.
The Old Plough:
The Old Plough is a smart community pub with a vast range of beers and fresh food– a place where drinkers and eaters alike are looked after with the same friendly and professional service.
The Old Plough serves delicious freshly prepared food with quality, seasonal, and well-sourced ingredients freshly prepared for great flavour. So, whether you are looking for a snack, business lunch, or dinner with friends, it is one of the places to be at.
Cool in summer with alfresco terrace, sunny garden, and air-conditioned restaurant; and cozy in winter with a real fire, newspapers to read, and WiFi for work, The old plough is unquestionably one of the best restaurants in Surrey.
The Horseshoe (Warlingham):
The Horseshoe is a friendly, independently-owned, and individually styled pub.
The elegant front bar with its newspapers, comfy chairs, and high tables, leading through to the traditional old restaurant with its cozy tables, and spacious enough for 100 people, is how one would describe this Warlingham based restaurant/pub.
With quality, seasonal and locally sourced ingredients, each dish of theirs is delicious, which you can have at any time of the day with any kind of people, whether business or family.
The Bletchingley Arms:
It’s another delightful pub offering great food(from light bites to 3-course meal), all day, every day.
Their Private Dining Room, with TV, can accommodate 14 guests, which is perfect for a special occasion or meeting. Additionally, they have almost similar facilities to that of The Star located in Leatherhead.
Overall, The Bletchingley Arms is a fantastic place for some yummy food and excellent drinks.
Rose and Crown (Thorpe):
Set in the lush, green countryside of Thorpe, this beautiful “chocolate box” pub is everything a good, traditional English pub should be. The Rose and Crown offer exquisite food alongside perfect pints and a great wine list from around the world.
If you live there or happen to be there on a Sunday, get your hands on the Sunday roast served from 12:00 – 17:00.
In the summer months, their outside bar is open, selling chilled bottle beers and wine and taking orders for ice-creams, snacks and food for outdoor dining.
Situated 15 minutes from the M25 and 10 minutes from Thorpe Park, The Rose and Crown make an ideal meeting place for food & beer-loving people.
The Crown and Cushion (Minley):
Located just 2 minutes from Junction 4a of the M3, The Crown and Cushion is cozy, yet spacious and welcoming with several splendid outside areas for alfresco drinking and dining.
It is a big and fabulous place– an ideal venue for hosting a wide range of functions. It is particularly popular for wedding receptions.
In short, if you are looking to throw a big party, The Crown and Cushion is a perfect place with some exotic food options, fantastic drink options, and plenty of space.
The above were some of the top-notch restaurants you can enjoy at while in Surrey. Which one are you visiting to fill that empty tummy? Let us know in the comments. And yeah, don’t forget to book a table if you don’t like to wait for your turn to come.