Reviews on Pub food in Reigate, England, United Kingdom. Reigate /ˈraɪɡeɪt/ is a town of over 20,000 inhabitants in eastern Surrey, England. It is in the London commuter belt and one of three towns in the borough of Reigate and Banstead. It is sited at the foot of the North Downs and extends over part of the Greensand Ridge. Reigate has a medieval castle and has been a market town since the medieval period, when it also became a parliamentary borough.
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4 based on 167 reviews
Traditional country pub with home cooked food!
On the spur of the moment, we decided to visit the Three Horseshoes. There was plenty of places to park, always a big plus and we were very impressed with the work that has been done to the garden since our last visit. It was quite busy in the front bar, although we didn't see anyone eating. We sat in the small back dining room. There wasn't much atmosphere but at least we could look out over the garden in the rain. The friendly barmaid took our order and we both decided to have the homemade chicken and ham pie. We had a bit of a wait for it to arrive but we didn't mind because it was delicious and the fresh vegetables were perfectly cooked. Neither of us are particular fans of red cabbage, but the red cabbage at the Shoes was really good. We will definitely be returning but probably in the summer when we can sit in the lovely garden. Maybe there is a bit more atmosphere in the evenings or on Sunday lunchtime.
4 based on 307 reviews
What was once a lovely local pub is now an awful place with dire food. No ambiance, dark and jokingly doesnât accept any type of bank card. âCash onlyâ sign hand written on a piece of A4 paper sellotaped to the door rings alarm bells....Small inaccessible car park off a main road, keep driving to a nice place!
4 based on 267 reviews
The Joshua Tree Free House is Surrey's best kept secret established in 2001 by Kevin the Chef Proprietor. Our cosy pub / restaurant is situated on the edge of Earlswood common overlooking the 11th green of Redhill and Reigate Golf course. Kevin uses fresh
Came here with friends and had a fabulous meal. I recommend that you book a table as it is always busy when we have been here. We were served by a lovely friendly lady called Tracey. She recommended the king prawn starter and it was amazing. There is a good wine list and puddings menu you need to leave room for to try.Good quality food and great prices.
4 based on 119 reviews
Stopped in here for a couple of pints (Badger - excellent) and a bit to eat. Firstly, the pub is a beautiful old pub not "improved" by a big brewery overhaul like so many are. It's authentic and welcoming. The menu was really impressive. I had the dressed crab and it was exquisite. I will be back many times!
4 based on 745 reviews
Although just a stones throw from the centre of the lovely town of Reigate, the Pheasant is a country pub at heart, with a great deal of attention given to our gardens and terrace which overlook the beautiful countryside around. Perfectly positioned to ca
We visited for the second time and werenât disappointed. The menu was wide and varied and the waitress was friendly, professional and attentive without being over bearing. There was a good atmosphere and the pub was constantly busy but we didât feel rushed and after 3 hours we were politely asked to move to the bar, as our table was needed. We didnât mind at all and when we left at 5pm the pub was still packed. Would recommend a visit.
4 based on 173 reviews
Did not really expect this fairly attractive pub to offer a selection of curries on its lunch menu. My wife had a sandwich that she enjoyed, but I chose a curry labeled as "mild" - my bad. It could have used a bit of spicing up, so do not be afraid to order things not labeled "mild" if you fancy a bit of spice.
4 based on 288 reviews
The last time I used this restaurant was 8 years ago and the food was good, but when I tried to book for another time they would not take the midday booking because we wanted to take our grand daughter. ( no children aloud). This Time we were invited there a a Father's Day treat and I was pleasantly surprised by the quick and warm reception, and escorted to our table with a drinks order quickly taken. We ordered our food which was delivered speedily and the full meal was succulent, tasty , and bloody good. The only thing that I thought was wrong was bring served unshelled prawns, but nowhere to put the waste and not a finger bowl to rinse fingers. Pity. I would also suggest that salads with main courses are readily available separately for low carb users. Will be back again. Worth a visit.
4 based on 213 reviews
Welcome to The Black Horse, our gorgeous new pub located on the pretty road of West Street in the heart of Reigate. An historic coaching inn, the latest addition to The White Brasserie family will be serving our deliciously seasonal a la carte menu featur
I went here for lunch with friends and two people ordered beef stroganoff. It was like old shoe leather!! One kept it for her dog, the other left it. They only took one off the bill. Mine was steak frite, and again, rather tough. Good chips! Dull and uninteresting salad. There's far better places around. Pity, as it's a nice place.
4 based on 551 reviews
I visited here for lunch while having a Daddy/daughter day with my youngest. An absolute gem of a place, friendly and welcoming staff and the food was excellent, piping hot and very tasty.The pub itself if a proper old English pub, nestled down a dirt road in the middle of the common, a lovely peaceful setting.Wouldn't hesitate to return.Dear Tony,It's not very often that daughters allow their dads to take them out (or is that just because I'm an embarrassment to ours??), so well done to you for succeeding and especially, for finding the time to write a review to share your success!We are so glad that the "Skim" ticked all the right boxes and we hope that your daughter enjoyed herself as much as you? Thank you especially for awarding us a 5* rating and we look forward to welcoming you back again soon?
4 based on 117 reviews
Situated adjacent to Nutfield Cricket pitch with fantastic views over Nutfield Marshes, The Inn on the Pond is a quintessental English Surrey country pub. The Inn on the Pond, as a traditional yet modern pub, offers a large bar area for drinking as well a
Fabulous choice chosen by good friends for a mid week dinner catch up. Delightful english country pub next to the cricket green with glorious sunsets from lovely outside seating area. The delicious food was swiftly delivered and was freshly cooked. All our needs were catered for by very frienndly staff . Would recommended highly.Thank you very much for taking the time to write such a lovely review. See you again soon!
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