Eating out in Cranleigh

Where To Eat In Cranleigh

Restaurants & Pubs
Alfold Barn
Alfold Crossways, Horsham Road, Alfold, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 8JE, 01403 752288, Email: alfoldbarn@hotmail.com www.alfoldbarn.co.uk
Historic 16th century bar and restaurant serving locally sourced British food. The barn has been run by the Maguire family since 2000. Our specialities are local meats, amazing paella and top quality seafood. We are the number one restaurant in the Cranleigh area voted by tripadvisor, and in the top ten in the whole of Surrey. We were voted one of the top 35 gastropubs by restaurant magazine.

Antonios
High Street, Cranleigh, Surrey, 01483 274900

Ask Restaurant
50 High Street, Cranleigh, Surrey, 01483 271555

Bricks Restaurant
Unit 36, Smithbrook Kilns, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 8JJ, 01483 276780

Bulls Head, The
The Street, Ewhurst, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 7QD, 01483 277447

Curry Inn Tandoori Restaurant, The
High Street, Cranleigh, Surrey, 01483 271785

Little Park Hatch
Bookhurst Road, Cranleigh, Surrey, 01483 274374

Pizza Express Plc
96-102 High Street, Cranleigh, Surrey, 01483 271119

Rania,Opulent Indian Dining
184 High Street, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 8RE, 01483 267800, Email: info@raniarestaurant.com www.raniarestaurant.com
The creators of the award-winning Jaipur Indian restaurant in Woking And Mystica in Addlestone have added a third sister restaurant to their portfolio in the guise of Rania in Cranleigh. Opening on the 11th March, the eatery’s philosophy focuses on elegance and will exude an air of class that reminds diners of an elegant dining experience in an exclusive restaurant in central London rather than what may be stereotypically expected from a local Indian restaurant.

Restaurant 107
180 High Street, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 8RG, 01483 276272, Email: restaurant107@gmail.com www.restaurant107.co.uk
Modern, stylish, spacious, first floor restaurant with lovely views and a friendly atmosphere with a European / British Cuisine

The Richard Onslow
113-117 High Street, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 8AU, 01483 274922, Email: hello@therichardonslow.co.uk www.therichardonslow.co.uk
The Richard Onslow sits at the heart of Cranleigh village. This grand old tile-hung pub has been carefully restored to reveal wonderful period features, like the beautiful brick inglenook which makes the snug almost irresistible. It serves good quality food and drink in really welcoming surroundings – a real 'capital tavern' of the old school.

Three Compasses, The
Dunsfold Road, Alfold, Surrey, GU6 8HY, 01483 275729

Three Horseshoes, The
4 High Street, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 8SW, 01483 276978, Email: info@threehorseshoescranleigh.co.uk www.threehorseshoescranleigh.co.uk
The Three Horseshoes in Cranleigh, Surrey is a large village pub parts of which date back as far as the 17th Century. Often described as a welcoming and inviting village pub. Our customer base consists of a wide range of ages, backgrounds, professions, "social classes", locations and indeed manners! The Three Horseshoes has been run by the same Landlord since approximately 1989, arguably the longest serving Landlord in Cranleigh. The Three Horseshoes over the past 20 years has seen a number of different managers take the reigns, each one has brought something different to the pub, a different way of running the business or a different way of attracting new business. As a community focused pub we support local sport, charity and community projects either by providing a place where they can meet and enjoy themselves or with sponsorship and/or charity nights to raise money. There are a number of local groups who use the Three Horseshoes on a regular basis (and I apologise now for any I forget to mention) Cranleigh Lions, Cranleigh St. Andrew's Cricket Club, Cranleigh Veterans Football, "The Squash Players", Cranleigh Water Polo We are an alcohol-led pub, whilst we do make sandwiches and sell crisps and snacks we are primarily focused on our lagers, ales, wines and spirits. We serve 4 Cask Ales, 5 lagers, 1 stout, 1 smoothflow ale and 1 draught cider. We have a selection of red, white and rose wine, and offer house AND branded gin, vodka, rum, white rum and brandy.

Windmill Inn, The
Pitch Hill, Ewhurst, Cranleigh, Surrey, 01483 277566

Cafes
Cromwell Coffee House
97 High Street, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 8AU, 01483 273783

Maddalenas
6 Bank Buildings, 159 High Street, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 8BB, 01483 276341 www.madalenas.net
Maddalenas is a family run, friendly, stylish, cafe tea room with a hint of Italian, located in the heart of the Surrey countryside, in Cranleigh, Surrey. Maddaline and the team are happy to serve you with any requests you may have. We love nothing more than seeing customers enjoying our array of homemade cakes and light lunches, but most importantly our speciality afternoon teas. Our aim is to deliver service that is impeccable and the team will go out of their way to ensure every customer leaves Maddalenas with a lasting memory of great food, a relaxing environment and of course amazing service. Everyone is welcome, whether you're looking for a place to have a bit of peace from the everyday, or an opportunity to relax and enjoy an afternoon tea with good friends, Maddalenas is the place for you. We looking forward to welcoming you to Maddalenas.

Truffles Bakery and Tea Rooms
123 High Street, Cranleigh, Surrey, GU6 8AZ, 01273 492687, Email: molly@trufflesbakery.co.uk www.trufflesbakeryltd.co.uk
We are a family run business striving to deliver good products and service at all times. We do breakfast, lunches and cream teas. New to Cranleigh and love the village and all it has to offer

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