Places to eat in Surrey
Feeling peckish? We've picked a few of our favourite tea-rooms and cafés in Surrey – tuck in to delicious meals and snacks, often handmade using local ingredients. Or if the weather's good, pack a blanket and seek out a picnic spot with a view.
Find out about the Gardener's Bothy café and the range of food you can eat when you visit Claremont Landscape Garden in Surrey.
Whether you want to grab a picnic, eat a hot meal or snack, or browse unique gifts and local products, we've got plenty to tempt you at Polesden Lacey.
Treat yourself and support conservation work on your visit to Hatchlands Park with delicious refreshments at the courtyard cafés and pre-loved books at the second-hand bookshop.
Discover where to stop for a bite to eat at Box Hill, in the beautiful Surrey Hills. Sit down to a light meal in the café or pick up a snack from the servery as you cycle past.
Stay refreshed with hot and cold drinks, light meals, snacks and cakes in the Magna Carta tea-room at Runnymede.
Enjoy a range of refreshments at the tea-room or browse the second-hand bookshop at Dapdune to discover your next favourite read.
The South Lawn at Polesden Lacey is a glorious setting for a picnic. Go for a saunter through the formal gardens afterwards and pretend it's all yours.
Bring your cucumber sandwiches and experience Claremont Landscape Garden as Princess Charlotte and Prince Leopold might have in the early 19th century.
With a picture-perfect mansion and an expanse of parkland, Hatchlands is an enticing place to unroll your picnic blanket.
Throughout Winkworth Arboretum there are enchanting spots for pitching your picnic, overlooking the hillside and lake.
The stretch of the Thames at Runnymede provides picnicking with a view. Children and dogs can run off steam in the nearby water meadows, where Magna Carta was signed.
Our cafés in the Surrey Hills are great spots to relax after a walk or cycle ride, or to meet with friends and family.
There's something for all appetites at the Devil's Punch Bowl café – freshly cut sandwiches, gluten free options, soups and hot lunches. There's plenty of outdoor seating too, and water bowls and treats for dogs too.
The Box Hill servery is a great place enjoy a baked treat. There's dog-friendly outdoor seating in front of the café, with fresh water bowls. Head to the shepherd’s hut for a dog biscuit and the lowdown on the best walks.
Plan a break at the Tern Café – savour warming cups of tea and maybe treat yourself to a light snack. Sit by the pond and watch the visiting wildlife too.
Whether you're exploring Leith Hill on foot, bike or horseback, stop off at the servery (not NT) at the bottom of Leith Hill Tower, for a selection of hot and cold drinks and snacks.