7 of the best restaurants in Redhill
PUBLISHED: 09:35 09 October 2018 | UPDATED: 09:35 09 October 2018
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From well kept secrets, to chilled out locations, Redhill is a good spot for a bite to eat. We round up some of the best restaurants…
One of the best kept secrets on the Surrey dining scene, The Joshua Tree is a fairly normal looking pub that hides a real gem of a restaurant. The main menu includes appetisers such as peppered kangaroo fillet and fried chicken wings with mains ranging from grilled butterfish to pork tenderloin.
30 Common Road, Earlswood Common RH1 6HG
We featured The Pilot’s Hub in our guide to the best Surrey brunch, but it’s much more than that. The Pilot’s Hub is a 1930s themed brasserie and coffee house at Redhill Aerodrome. Affording views across the airfield, diners can wile away the hours soaking up the relaxed atmosphere, while enjoying a tasty bite.
Pilot’s Hub, Hangar 9, Redhill Aerodrome, RH1 5JY
Friends Nicholas Mason and Stewart Dunkley run this Pendleton Road burger spot predominantly using grass-fed, rare-breed Dexter beef and free range chicken and eggs. Brunch is also served on Saturday (10am-12pm) and Sunday (10am-1pm).
26 Pendleton Road RH1 6QG
The upstairs area of The Junction pub, known as Sai Kitchen, serves a mix of South East Asian food and classic pub cuisine. Head chef Sai includes vegan and gluten free dishes with the menu also including spicy chicken green curry, lamb massaman curry and fish and chips.
1 High Street RH1 1RD
Rated as one of the best restaurants in Redhill, Everest Spice offer authentic Nepalese and Indian cuisine. The team pride themselves in sourcing the most flavoursome ingredients with absolutely no artificial colours in their dishes.
39 Holland Close RH1 1HT
A typically rural English pub, enjoy classic grub in the form of fish and chips, beef burger, roast chicken and a pie of the day. Enjoy the craft lager and seasonal ales on offer, too.
Outwood Lane RH1 5PN
Located opposite Redhill station, this pub and dining room offer cask ales, craft beers and a good selection of wine. The menu may include slow cooked Aberdeen Angus beef blade, pork loin medallions, cod and chips and the Home Cottage burger.
Home Cottage, Redstone Hill RH1 4AW