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17 Restaurants in Ashtead

You'll love Ashtead's quality restaurants

Ashtead is a town with plenty of history, evidenced in the medieval cottages, ancient tiny town, Roman villa remains and references in the Domesday Book and Pepy's Diary. Today it’s a quiet, attractive commuter suburb next to Leatherhead and Epsom. The houses are beautiful and the roads are lined with chestnut trees. As a London commuter town, it also has excellent amenities, including a well-regarded independent shopping centre. You'll discover some great pubs, bars and restaurants in Ashtead, and you can walk off a lazy Sunday lunch on the pretty common, or head out to the rolling countryside beyond the town borders.

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El Patio - Epsom

Epsom
Spanish££££
5.4/641
El Patio - Epsom

Il Grande

Epsom
Italian££££
4.7/615
Il Grande

Frascati Restaurant

Mickleham
Italian££££
5.0/629
Frascati Restaurant
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Il Capitano

Leatherhead
Italian££££
6.0/62
Il Capitano

Everest Spice - Epsom

Epsom
Indian££££
5.0/63
Everest Spice - Epsom

Joy Fine Indian Dining

Ashtead
Indian££££
3.8/65
Joy Fine Indian Dining

Lal Akash

Leatherhead
Indian££££
Lal Akash

The King's Arms

Epsom
British££££
4.6/658
The King's Arms

143 The Canopy

Epsom
International££££
5.1/629
143 The Canopy

El Rincon Restaurant - Epsom, Surrey

Epsom
Spanish££££
5.3/628
El Rincon Restaurant - Epsom, Surrey

Khan's Restaurant - Epsom

Epsom
Indian££££
5.0/62
Khan's Restaurant - Epsom

Acorn 30

Epsom
British££££
4.0/61
Acorn 30

Leg of Mutton & Cauliflower

Ashtead
Bar££££
Leg of Mutton & Cauliflower

The Restaurant at Chalk Lane Hotel

Epsom
French
The Restaurant at Chalk Lane Hotel

Le Raj Academy - Nescot

Epsom
Indian££££
Le Raj Academy - Nescot

Le Raj

Epsom
Indian££££
Le Raj

The Blue Ball

Tadworth
British
The Blue Ball
  1. 1.

    Ashtead's restaurants are ideal for a long lunch

    If you've spent the morning browsing some of the independent boutiques or visiting the ancient church, a long lunch will be most welcome at one of the restaurants in Ashtead. Why not enjoy a traditional meal in a British gastropub, with comfy leather chairs, a warm welcome and hearty portions? Or, treat yourself to an afternoon cream tea with a tiered stand of finger sandwiches, miniature cakes and fresh scones with cream and jam. Traditionally served with a big pot of tea, it's also delicious with a reviving coffee or a glass of something fizzy. Ashtead's restaurants have excellent lunchtime deals which make dining even more affordable, including set menus.
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    Dine in style at Ashtead restaurants in the evening

    There may not be a huge number of restaurants in Ashtead but those in the town are of extremely high-quality. One of the Ashtead restaurants which Quandoo users have rated highly is Joy Fine Indian Dining. Located centrally on The Street, it has a relaxing, comfortable interior and offers delicious food at affordable prices. The emphasis is on Kashmir and Punjabi dishes, so look forward to north Indian specialities that include tandoori fish, chicken dhansak and creamy kormas. The seafood dishes at this restaurant in Ashtead are particularly recommended by the locals, and the venue boasts real charm and a cosy feel.
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    The restaurants in Ashtead fill up quickly

    Being a commuter hub, the bars, pubs and restaurants in Ashtead always get particularly busy when the town's residents head home from the city. Eating out is a popular leisure activity here, and venues book up very quickly. To avoid disappointment, book your table up to two hours ahead with Quandoo and simply look forward to enjoying a hassle-free meal and a fantastic night out. Remember to leave your review of the restaurants in Ashtead that you most enjoy!