Find out what Pub restaurants to try in Esher including The Hare and Hounds, Jose Pizarro The Swan Inn, Squiffy's at the Jolly Coopers, Marney's Village Inn Restaurant, The Antelope Ale & Cider House, The Mute Swan, The Old Plough, The Prince of Wales, The Foley, The Bear
3 based on 146 reviews
We decided to pop into The Bear and were pleasantly surprised to enjoy a delicious snack of mushrooms on toasted sourdough. Not only was the range of mushrooms used, the sourdough was not soaked with the mushrooms and it was a generous portion for us to share. If the snack was very good, the mains will be something that we look forward to having. Nancy I really appreciate your feedback - I'll tell Jeffery our Head Chef your thoughts, and please do come down for dinner - the garden is set up nicely at the moment for some dinner in the evening sun or check out our back dining room space with full waiter service! Get back here soon as I really want to hear your thoughts on the mains!Many thanksGeorgeGeneral Manager
3 based on 209 reviews
We offer beautifully cooked seasonal dishes throughout the day, including breakfast, lunch and dinner. With a menu full of freshly prepared dishes using some locally sourced produce you will not find a better offering in the area. From delicious tradition
I would like to say a huge thank you to the managers Trish and Dec (managers) for all there warmth and friendliness over the last few years. Lisa and I and all our friends would like to wish you all the best in your new adventure. You have always accommodated us and made us feel so welcome in The Foley. You will be sadly missed. Love Lisa and Lawrence xxxxHi Lawrence & LisaThank you very much for your kind words and can only say it has been an absolute pleasure over the years looking after yourselves and all your wonderful family and friends,We donât want to say goodbye maybe just goodnight for now as we will certainly be in touch when we are next in beautiful Surrey Kindest RegardsDec & Trish
4 based on 407 reviews
Had a lovely evening in the sun in the terrace area at the back. We visited just for drinks and enjoyed a few gin and tonics, then decided to get some food too. Our order was pretty random but we were glad we ordered what we did - baked Camembert, pork bites and a side of mash and gravy. All of them were very tasty but we were not so keen on the chutney being mixed in with the cheese so asked for more on the side but it was very sweet. There was not enough bread with it either but the staff were really good about bringing more. Overall, a nice spot for drinks or food. A little expensive and dark inside but a nice pub in a good location. Hi,Many thanks for taking the time to write your review and we all delighted that you enjoyed your evening in the sunshine with a bite to eat.We hope you will visit us again soon.Regards,Oliver
4 based on 877 reviews
Having been once before in the summer we were recommended their Sunday lunch.Fantastic. Beef (enormous Yorkshire !) and lamb both perfectly cooked as were the vegetables.And,once again, although very busy staff ,service on the ball. That makes all the difference when having a meal out I feel.Returning again for a pre- Christmas lunch in December (taking some friends who have not been before) and can't wait.
4 based on 1187 reviews
Good ambiance, reasonably priced in a tourist area. Opposite Hampton Court Palace. The food was really delicious and original. My daughter had the veggie Thai curry with jasmine rice Bellissimo
4 based on 363 reviews
The Antelope Ale & Cider House specialises in providing a huge array of real ales, ciders and craft Beer from the UK and all over the world. There are also plans for a 6 barrel micro brewery in the spring! Fresh home cooked food served everyday, sourced f
A vibrant atmosphere, busy at all times, an amazing range of on tap beers and ciders (over 30) - some from their microbrewery, and delicious food at reasonable prices. The homemade burgers (with optional jalapenos) are great and their bbq marinated ribs are to die for. A must place to drink and eat
4 based on 136 reviews
A proper English country pub that oozes old-fashioned charm, low-beamed ceilings, wooden farmhouse tables and cosy fireplace.Overlooking a pond with an attractive church on its far bank and the public golf course beyond, the pub does indeed have a village
This has got to be our favourite local for a Sunday roast. We usually chose the second sitting at 3 as that suits us better. Everything is great and fresh and your plate is not piled high. We have also been here midweek with friends for lunch. All in all a great little pub which now has a great lunchtime menu.
4 based on 298 reviews
An independently family owned and ran traditional pub, for 33 years with a tapas based restaurant that also serves traditional lunches and a selection of main courses and bar meals to suit most tastes. We also have a patio flower garden to enjoy in the su
Make sure you book in advanced to avoid disappointment as this place is always busy! With both and outside area for the summer and an inside section for the colder months you can enjoy this amazing food at any time. The manchego cheese with red onion is my favourite. Amazing service, the girl serving us was so lovely and we found out it was her first day! Good job and great food!
4 based on 243 reviews
JosÃ© Pizarro The Swan Inn is the fourth restaurant in JosÃ© Pizarroâs repertoire. The Surrey pub in the town of Esher has a typical British pub feel, but in true JosÃ© style serves delicious Spanish classics using the best Spanish ingredients alongside loca
We came, we stayed. Weâre regulars at Pizarroâs Bermondsey joints and were wondering what on earth he was thinking setting up out here. The photos on the website donât really do the place justice. The pub is really cute and the immediate surrounds are so verdant and tranquil, that itâs hard to believe you are so close to the smoke.A pub with tapas seems an odd concept, but as soon as the food started to arrive, it stopped being odd. A couple of British pub staples have been retained like fish and chips. Mercifully there is no sign of that that pub classic known as âthe vegetarian optionâ. Instead thereâs a lively mix of Spanish dishes that happen to be suitable. We shared the gordal olives, pan con tomate, tortilla de patata, mushroom croquetas (yum!!), a dish of carrots, blue cheese and seeds; a lovely stew of white beans and spinach, all served by friendly and enthusiastic staff who appear to like their jobs. The carnivores fell on the lamp chops like locusts. Between 4 of us, we levelled a bottle each of the JP own brand red and white as well as a bottle of a nice light dry rose, finishing up with a nice take on sticky toffee pudding (something I donât normally like, but I like this version), a zingy citrus posset and a cheeseboard, lubricated by a glass each of Jorge Ordonezâs lovely moscatel. I couldnât fault it. In common with the Bermondsey hostelries, the place is very convivial and the food supports rather than upstages this. Itâs simple, delicious, informal sharey good food that oils the wheels of the good conversation and merriment, which is everything that good pub food should be. Pizarroâs tortilla de patata and pan con tomate are strong contenders for my death row meal â not that Iâm planning to be a mass-murderer. Itâs hard to find tortilla this good outside of a Spanish home.Someone else picked up the tab and wouldnât tell me how much it was lest I insist on chipping in, but didnât look unhappy handing over their card, so Iâm guessing the bill was not a source of alarm.We rolled merrily into bed in one of the B&B rooms and slept like logs. Iâve posted this separately on the B&B site.
4 based on 694 reviews
The Hare and Hounds in Claygate is a lovely friendly village pub, offering great English and French food, ale and wine. We have a wonderful outdoor dining terrace, safe family garden. Our dining room also makes the perfect Private room for special occasio
Nice Sunday roast, everything was delicious. Only thing Iâd say that disappointed us was our starters that seemed to be bought in, not made on site. Mozzarella sticks in particular seemed like something youâd get in McDonaldâs. But service was efficient, our large dog was very welcome and Sunday lunch set menu a reasonable price. Hi Nanny10418Thank you for your lovely comments. The Mozzarella sticks were brought back briefly due to customer demand but I agree with you and they are now not available or on the menu except on request by those that enjoy them.hope to see you again soon.Kind regardsNick
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