Reigate and its surrounding area have plenty to offer regarding food and drink. Read on to discover just a few of our suggested restaurants to try if you're new to the area (or if you're looking for somewhere you've never been to before).
Canakin is the perfect venue to meet friends for coffee – and something delicious to go with it.
This independent, speciality coffee shop & patisserie bakes cakes and pastries every day in the on-site kitchen. There’s a daily menu but typical tasty treats are Blueberry Friands, cinnamon buns flavoured with cardamon and the delicious Pastel de Nata – puff pastry tarts filled with vanilla custard.
There’s something for everybody, including those who are gluten-free.
Monte Forte was founded by two Italian brothers, Paolo and Luca, with the vision of creating the best Neapolitan pizza at the best prices for everyone, using the freshest ingredients and ethical practices.
There are plenty of vegetarian options and you can dine in or take away.
Veeno Reigate is a unique Italian wine bar where you’re able to enjoy Italian food and drinks – and a wonderful Italian atmosphere.
Open 7 days a week, Veeno provides a delicious menu that includes pizza, pasta, meats and cheeses imported from Italy and wine-tasting experiences.
All wines are Italian – and those coming from the family vineyard in Sicily are exclusive to Veeno.
The Skimmington Castle, Reigate Heath is one of the best-known local pubs.
After a walk across the Heath or through the local countryside, call into The Skimmington and you’ll find plenty to satisfy your appetite – whitebait or nachos to start and traditional pub classics such as fish and chips or sausage and mash.
‘The Skim’ is open for lunch on Mondays and Tuesdays, from noon to 11.30 pm from Wednesday to Friday, from 11 am to 11.30 pm on Saturdays and from 11 am to 10 pm on Sundays.
For a special occasion head to The Cloisters at Nutfield Priory Hotel & Spa at nearby Redhill.
The Cloisters offers a unique, elegant space for relaxed dining, serving a seasonal menu of traditional British favourites in a beautiful neo-Gothic setting, the Cloisters is open for dinner each evening.
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