11 Reasturants to Book Now

10 Restaurants to Book Now in SW London & Surrey

10 Restaurants to Book Now

Get ahead of the hoards with our guide to 10 restaurants to book now in south west London and Surrey


The Japanese Grill at Beaverbrook, Leatherhead

Beaverbrook Hotel has an air of elegance amongst the rolling Surrey Hills countryside. And while the hotel has several dining options it’s their Japanese Grill which has proved a continuous win with guests. With ingredients fresh from the gardens, there is a wide range on offer for fans of this Asian cuisine – tuck into their popcorn shrimp with spicy mayo & ponzu for instance. Meanwhile, enjoy the breath-taking landscapes of the estate from your seat as east meets west on your palette. Whether a sunny winter’s afternoon or snowy evening, you’ll be sure to find the atmosphere delightfully warming.


Trinity, Clapham Common

Situated in the heart of Clapham Old Town, Trinity’s core ethos is a dedication to seasonal ingredients, something which has earnt it its Michelin star among other accolades. On the menu you’ll find second course platters such as Scallop Dumpling with Warm Buttered Crab and Bisque, or Turbot Matelote, Braised Cabbage & Purple Sprouting. All are plated to perfection and the setting is stylish and sleek.


The Alexandra Pub, Wimbledon

Putting on a spread of typical British pub fare, the Alex in Wimbledon is your go-to option for decent grub. Go for a homely pie and gravy or a hearty roast to complete your winter weekend. Aside from British pub food, the menu showcases fresh and seasonal ingredients cooked by talented resident chefs. Take to the roof for a visit to the loft bar where a heated patio makes for great socialising territory with friends.


Tony Parkin at The Tudor Room, Egham

Located in Great Fosters, a luxury country house hotel in Egham, the award-winning Tudor Room is revered for its use of first-class ingredients – many of which come straight from their kitchen gardens. Promising to take guests on a unique gastronomic journey in an inimitable setting, diners can excite their taste buds with a selection of tasting menus, with current dishes including Orkney scallop with cauliflower, cucumber & horseradish, and fallow deer with onion, puntarella, sweetbread, lingonberry and venison sausage. Guests will be treated to excellent service in a historic dining room full of character.


The Ivy Brasserie, Cobham

For an all-day dining experience which delivers on impeccable surroundings and a menu that has been delighting Ivy customers for decades, The Ivy Brasserie Cobham is a firm favourite. The vibe is chic meets leafy suburbs with Chesterfield sofas, fine art, and huge outdoor area perfect for sipping drinks with friends or loved ones. The Ivy is a popular spot for brunch – with dishes such as Lobster scrambled eggs and chicken Milanese with truffle. Head to their Wimbledon Village restaurant for more dining delights and perhaps some celeb-spotting.

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Chez Bruce, Wandsworth

Idyllically situated overlooking Wandsworth Common, Chez Bruce is a high-end French brasserie offering a taste of the continent. The interior is understated, with a minimalist white colour scheme that only draws more attention to the flavours on the plate. The menu is quintessentially French, with a quality cut of meat or fish alongside tempting sides. Pick from the traditional Chateaubriand with hand-cut chips and béarnaise sauce, or opt for Wild mushroom arancini with onion and thyme velouté, Waldorf dressing and Jerusalem artichokes. There is also a function room upstairs where private parties can enjoy food in an intimate setting with views over the green.


Brinkley’s Kitchen, Wandsworth

A contemporary restaurant with an open-plan layout awaits. The food is modern and eclectic, with Mediterranean influences as well as East Asian touches to the menu. The interior is light and airy with plenty of light flooding in from the nearby Common, and there is a delightful patio area with a roof that opens during the summer months. There is an excellent cocktail bar at the heart of Brinkley’s Kitchen which offers an extensive and inventive cocktail menu.


The Giggling Squid, Wimbledon Village

Cosy up at this inviting Thai restaurant, offering up plates packed with zingy Thai flavours to the heart of Wimbledon Village. Visitors to the Giggling Squid can enjoy classic dishes in a small plate tapas style or go for generous sharing platters. The interior of this Wimbledon restaurant adds to the customer experience, with a colour scheme complemented by a pretty floral display.



The Good Earth, Battersea

A standout Chinese restaurant that is thoroughly deserving of its reputation. The restaurant offers healthy and authentic meals with a traditional Chinese spice that brings a real taste of China to south west London. The setting is sophisticated and sleek and elevates the eating experience to a fine dining evening of food. Pick from popular favourites including steamed sea bass with spring onions and ginger, the sautéed fillet of monkfish, or ramp up the spice with a birds-eye chilly recipe for Shanghai chilli chicken. With restaurants across the area, from Wimbledon to Richmond, diners are never too far from their Good Earth fix.


Bill’s, Reigate

Family favourite Bill’s has announced the festive overhaul of its Reigate branch for households looking for a meal alongside uplifting décor. Guests can expect to enjoy a variety of new cocktails, alongside some Christmas twists on the new menu and colourful Christmas neon-inspired installation. With other branches including Putney High Street and Richmond, you’ll be sure to spot some seasonal touches across their restaurants.


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