Eating out in Surrey - Best restaurants

PUBLISHED: 12:00 03 August 2018 | UPDATED: 12:00 03 August 2018

A few of Surrey's finest restaurants. Text added with canva.com.

A few of Surrey's finest restaurants. Text added with canva.com.

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Whether you're looking for fine dining, pub grub or exotic dishes, eating out in Surrey has something for everyone. Here's our guide to the best local restaurants and pubs

Simply click the text below to discover some of Surrey’s best places to eat and drink…

Why not nominate your favourite Surrey pubs and restaurants in the next Surrey Life Food & Drink Awards?

 


1 Michelin star and 4 AA rosettes

Matt Worswick at The Latymer, Pennyhill Park Hotel

While he’ll still be representing the north-west in the next instalment of Great British Menu, it’s clear we’ve got a hell of a foodie champion on our hands here in Surrey now. Book in soon, before there’s a waiting list.


 


1 Michelin star and 3 AA rosettes

The Clock House, Ripley

The Clock House is a place that’s proud of its past but fully focussed on a bright new future.

Great Fosters, Egham

Surrey’s top-end restaurants have been in a state of change this year, and fortunately Douglas Balish and Great Fosters have quietly strolled into the room, surveyed the scene and confidently picked up the reins.


 


4 AA rosettes

Stovell’s, Chobham

A night at Stovell’s is an assault on your senses in the most welcoming way. Every dish hits you with bold and exciting flavours.


3 AA rosettes

Mulberry Restaurant at Langshott Manor, near Gatwick

Executive chef Phil Dixon has spent 10 years twisting, crafting and innovating the Mulberry’s menu into the flourishing three AA rosette offering found today.


 


Michelin Bib Gourmand

The Anchor, Ripley

So, in summary then, Michael really has got The Anchor firing confidently on all cylinders. It’s the kind of place you could find yourself returning to all too often if you lived nearby.


 


Surrey Life Food & Drink Awards

Restaurant of the Year: 2017 The Anchor, Ripley | 2016 Emlyn Restaurant, Dorking | 2015 The French Table, Surbiton | 2014 Stovell’s, Chobham | 2013 Kinghams, Shere

Chef of the Year: 2017 Douglas Balish of The Tudor Room at Great Fosters, Egham | 2016 Eric Guignard of The French Table, Surbiton | 2015 Steve Drake of Drake’s, Ripley | 2014 Steve Drake of Drake’s, Ripley | 2013 Fernando and Kristy Stovell of Stovell’s, Chobham

Pub of the Year: 2017 The Cock Inn, Headley | 2016 The Stephan Langton, Friday Street | 2015 The Onslow Arms, West Clandon | 2014 The Four Horseshoes, Chobham | 2013 The Jolly Farmers, Buckland


 


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