Raise a toast! The best brunch spots in Surrey
A bona fide excuse to drink before midday, plus, it's way easier to get a table booking for a morning slot. What are you waiting for? Bag brunch at one of these Surrey gems.
Cafe Chai, Banstead
With its pretty courtyard space and plenty of seating, Cafe Chai is the perfect spot for a sunny weekend brunch. Open from 7.30am on Saturdays and 9am on Sundays, the extensive brunch menu is vegetarian and gluten free friendly and has a whole host of sweet and savoury choices.
The Pilot’s Hub, South Nutfield
Have you ever scoffed brunch while watching small aircraft take off and land? The Pilot’s Hub offers just that, with outdoor seating overlooking the runway of Redhill Aerodrome. The menu offers the classic favourites as well as a vegan breakfast and french toast varieties!
Worplesdon Place, near Guildford
Whether you’re looking for a boozy affair or a post-dog walk feast, Worplesdon Place has indoor and outdoor seating areas and a menu to please your tum. Our order? The veggie full English and perhaps a pain aux chocolate for afters.
We love Fego as its menu is a twist on everything you thought you knew about brunch. Think spicy eggs and breakfast burgers, in addition to the likes of chicken and waffles, acai bowls, crispy halloumi bagels and pancakes galore.
Tsaretta Spice, Twickenham
As a fine dining Indian restaurant, we’re super excited about Tsaretta Spice’s new brunch menu. Open from noon at weekends, we love the sound of the ‘naanwiches’.
For those of us not too great at timekeeping, an all day brunch sounds like a great idea! Power’s offers just that with a delicious menu featuring pancakes, halloumi and pepper ciabattas and full breakfasts for every dietary need.
The Castle Inn, Farnham
Did someone say bottomless brunch? Served from 9am-2pm on Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays, pay £27.50 for a main dish and unlimited drinks for your two-hour time slot. Sign us up!
The Dabbling Duck, Shere
Served until noon, we can’t get enough of this menu filled with classic favourites in addition to a dedicated kid’s brekkie, breakfast butties and even toasted banana bread with all the toppings. Sit inside or enjoy the pretty garden area.
Station Tap, Camberley
Another bottomless brunch with an extensive drinks menu! Pay £25 for brunch and endless boozy tipples including espresso martinis, bellinis and aperol spritzs. Why not upgrade your experience to gins and get a burger or pizza instead? We won’t judge.
The Dozen, White Horse Hotel, Dorking
With a focus on local produce, head to The Dozen to admire the swanky interiors with a side of eggs, bacon and a pastry or three. We’ve got our eye on any dish featuring the freshly baked sourdough.
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