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Surrey pubs: The Tudor Rose, Coulsdon CR5 1EB

PUBLISHED: 21:51 06 December 2010 | UPDATED: 18:15 20 February 2013

Surrey pubs: The Tudor Rose, Coulsdon CR5 1EB

Surrey pubs: The Tudor Rose, Coulsdon CR5 1EB

Opened in October, The Tudor Rose is the latest Surrey inn to opt for stylish and comfortable surroundings focused on serving home-cooked, seasonal food

Originally published in Surrey Life magazine November 2010


The Tudor Rose, Coulsdon Road, Coulsdon, SurreyCR5 1EB
Tel: 01737 553 368


Opened in October, The Tudor Rose is the latest Surrey inn to opt for stylish and comfortable surroundings focused on serving home-cooked, seasonal food


What?
Making the most of the much-loved mock-Tudor building, Coulsdons The Tudor Rose sees the not so old blended with the relatively modern despite the exteriors historic appearance, the barley twist chimneys were in fact built in the 1930s.


Where?
In 1086, The Domesday Book records Coulsdon as having a church, woodland for three pigs and a population of 55 people thought to be all men. Things have changed somewhat since then. Nearby walks on Farthing Downs and Kenley Common provide the excuses for a slap-up meal.


Why?
The menu has been carefully crafted by a dedicated team of experienced development chefs, led by head chef Darren Diamond. It changes with the seasons and will feature an array of delicious dishes. Anyone that enjoys the likes of The Minnow, Weybridge, and The Wotton Hatch, Wotton, will be sure to enjoy this modern gastropub.


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