Fuller's London Pride Morland Original Bitter Young's Bitter Guest Beers (2)
The main thing to notice during the summer is the fantastic flower display from the numerous hanging baskets on the front of the pub. The pub itself is an attractive red brick building with ground-floor shallow bow-fronted windows. Inside, little if any original features survive and the effect is open plan with different styles of seating areas with many dining tables. There are two real fires. The emphasis is on food and this is available from 12-9 Monday and Tuesday, 12-9:30 Wednesday to Saturday and 12-6 Sunday. A bar menus operates from 12-6 Monday to Saturday and features sandwiches, salads and lighter bites alongside main meals. From 6 only main meals are available, although a larger choice is offered. The home made steak pie is a big favourite. On Sundays a roast meal is sold with a choice of four meats. The pub was acquired by the Reigate brewery of Mellersh & Neale from R&F Pagden of Epsom in 1931, and was rebuilt in 1932. It ended its brewery owned days under the Friary Meux badge of the Allied umbrella (some nice Friary signs remain) and is now a Punch leasehold. Two guest beers are sold which can be from small or large breweries. KT20 is Morland Original and is sold as the house bitter.