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The Surrey Oaks, Newdigate - pub details

Surrey Oaks
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Address: Parkgate Road, Newdigate, Dorking, Surrey, RH5 5DZ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 3114) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Holmwood (2 miles), Ockley (3.5 miles), Dorking Deepdene (4.9 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.8/10 (rated by 98 users)
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other pubs nearby:

Six Bells, Newdigate (1.0 miles), Dukes Head, Beare Green (1.6 miles)

user reviews of the Surrey Oaks, Newdigate

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Went back to this pub as it had recently changed hands. The first thing you notice is how many more tables and chairs have been squashed into the public bar area. Couldn''t quite get my head round this till I was asked to vacate the table as a family wanted to eat.
All this said the place was quite busy, this might have been the reason why it took so long to be served(3 staff members all chatting) a pint,mind the barman was very interested in the money as he snatched it out of my hand,i stood back from the bar expecting the change to be thrown at me.
They tell me the way forward in the pub game is food and by what''s happening here we are gaining a new restaurant and loosing another local pub.
Aleman1962 - 18 Aug 2017 17:22
Located in Parkgate rather than Newdigate, this pub has won many CAMRA awards for its cask bitters.Its long lounge is 4 distinct rooms with a very low roof at one end. Seating is mainly made up of church like pews and other assorted wooden chairs but is reasonably comfortable. There is seating at the front and side of the pub and in their large garden. There is also a fair sized car park.The kitchen is open plan and is in the centre of the pub. It is nice to drink in a pub which is not a glorified restaurant. A fine choice of real ales, some from some unusual breweries, all served nice and cold on a very warm summer afternoon. Highly recommended.
boozers_knows - 8 Jul 2017 10:37
The food in this pub is pretty good, but don't go when it's busy. The hard part is figuring out if it's busy. Tried booking a table, was told it wasn't necessary, but could hardly get in the door when we arrived, and were ignored by the staff. Beer average. Disappointing, really.
JBanana - 1 Sep 2016 12:06
Girlfriend dragged me back over the weekend i have to admit i didn't struggle too much as she was driving. Well beer was average certainly not living up to the certifications that are posted everywhere! mind you they are past ratings. Anyways just thought i'd mention that i was short changed gave the bar tender £20 got change for £10 pulled the lady up sorry about that she says. Got to say not a fan of this pub a bit pretentious bar staff better than last visit but short changing, don't like that, nice location though ha, still boring.
therealdeal28 - 9 Aug 2016 23:47
Thought i'd come out and have a look as i heard the price of this pub is tumbling faster than England's standings in world class football ! Friday night what a bore nobody in there. If this is the brexit effect then oops ! I know you can't judge a pub on one night, but looks like the ratings are sliding fast, didn't even stop for a beer, why would you no atmosphere here, no point waste of time, think i counted 8 people eating and one table of 5 drinking, how much is this pub worth !!!!
jonny7 - 30 Jul 2016 18:46

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