Reviews on Gastropub food in Horley, England, United Kingdom. Horley is a town in the borough of Reigate and Banstead in Surrey, England. It is located close to the border with West Sussex, south of the twin towns of Reigate and Redhill and north of Gatwick Airport and Crawley. With fast links by train round-the-clock to London from Horley railway station, it qualifies as a commuter town and has a significant economy of its own, including business parks and a relatively long high street.
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4 based on 240 reviews
The Charlwood is a brand new refurbished independent Gastro Pub SERVING AMAZING FOOD & DRINK open from March 23rd 2018, located in the centre of Charlwood a beautiful Surrey village a few minutes drive from Gatwick Airport - Open rom breakfast through to
Decided to pop in for dinner this week, wow, what a gem. The decor was amazing, right up my street. Staff were friendly, attentive, welcoming atmosphere. We had the 14oz pork chop and posh scampi, absolutely delicious and very reasonably priced. They also have live music too on selected nights. Looking forward to returning, puts a lot of other eateries to shame. 5* experience- thank you so much. Suzzi & Dave x
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!
4 based on 567 reviews
Offering country pub dining in a secluded setting, The Old House Inn serves classic British cuisine in a beautiful decor. Championing the finest local, natural produce, The Old House menu offers pub classics, as well as some creative and seasonal recipes
My wife and I ate in the restaurant one evening whilst staying overnight. Service was good, quick and friendly though restaurant not over busy.Food was enjoyable with a reasonable choice though a bit pricey. Â£15 for a meat pie with veg and mashed potatoes? Good choice of wines but why have the list printed on a scrappy bit of paper, I can't imagine that the choice changes on a daily basis. However, the wines were definitely over priced, especially as this is a pub restaurant.We enjoyed the meal but wouldn't go out of our way to revisit
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