The pub in one of the best places to live in Surrey is open with a cozy fireplace and Sunday roasts

This fall, Muddy Stilettos revealed its checklist of the most effective locations to reside in Surrey and it included Weybridge. Described within the information as “a reasonably commuter city very talked-about with younger professionals and households,” the neighborhood is dwelling to some nice locations to eat and drink, together with a newly renovated pub.

Oatlands Chaser opened on November 11 after a “important funding” to present the much-loved consuming and ingesting venue a shocking new look and really fashionable really feel. Situated between the M3 and M25 motorways, this cozy gastropub serves seasonal dishes and hearty roasts each Sunday.




There may be loads of out of doors seating within the pub’s entrance backyard, supreme when the climate is heat, whereas on cooler days the bar could be very cozy with comfortable sofas, dim lighting and a roaring log fireplace. The pub is split into charming alcoves, nooks and crannies for enjoyable on chilly winter evenings.

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Every eating house is embellished with stunning paneling and wallpaper, and the décor focuses on floral patterns and motifs, with pale pinks, golds, teals and deep browns. The pub is open each day of the week, serving all-day lunches, Christmas meals, vegetarian meals, youngsters’s meals and a Sunday menu.

The menu modifications often to mirror the season, and you may at present anticipate the likes of roast lamb with mashed potatoes, fried inexperienced beans, roasted greens and purple wine sauce (£24.75). For vegetarians, there’s grilled celeriac steak positioned on a mattress of mashed parsnips alongside caramelized shallots, unique mushrooms and pesto (£17.50).

Among the seasonal dishes at The Oatlands Chaser(Photograph: Laura Nightingale)

Steak and malbec pie (£18.75), contemporary cod and chips (£17.95) and slow-cooked pork stomach and maple-glazed scallops (£23.50) are among the many different autumn dishes obtainable. As for desserts, the menu is split between “heat” and “chilled” choices, with apple and damson pudding, sticky toffee pudding, and home-baked chocolate cake among the many scorching favourites.

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