Cheesy Lamb

Jan '70
Thu 1st

For those with a penchant for cheese, The Lamb in Brighton Road, is continuing their successful Homage to Fromage.

Enjoy a selection of British and Irish cheeses, and having sampled, swapped with your neighbours, try your hand at some cheesy poetry.

£20 per table of 4.

The Waggon and Horses Refurbishment Party

Jan '70
Thu 1st

On Friday the 27th June the Waggon and Horses pub in Surbiton will be celebrating its new look after a complete refurbishment.

This will be a very special night for brother and sister duo Stephen and Mary King, who took on a 20-year lease for the pub earlier this year. The team come straight from the restaurant world, and have used their combined experience to transform the business, creating a welcoming and traditional pub that serves gourmet food of the highest quality to Surbiton and the surrounding area.

The Waggon and Horses Refurbishment & Party

On Friday the 27th June the Waggon and Horses pub in Surbiton will be celebrating its new look after a complete refurbishment.

Village Pizza fined

Claremont Road take-away opened too late.

Surbiton Festival: Wine Tasting Evening

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Barclays Bank
81 - 83 Victoria Rd

7.30 pm

Hosted by the Kingston & Surbiton Wine Circle, a fun and informative evening all about wine.

£10 per person (please pay on door)

Places to be booked in advance by calling either Liz on 020 8390 2963 or John on 020 8390 0311.

Surbiton can now drink Contemporarily

Pint of beer

Pub with 'sleek, glamorous and decadent interiors' aimed at the ladies.

Milkmen feeds Surbiton guinea pigs

Milk bottles

Dairy Crest trials grocery deliveries.

Filipino Cultural Day

Jan '70
Thu 1st

Newent House
Browns Road

A chance to participate in a Filipino cultural day with food, language tasters, music and an exhibition.

Cost: FREE

Strictly limited, contact Michael Underwood on 020 8547 6312

Residents say no to late-night restaurant

Surbiton Italian asks for extended drinking and dancing.

The Terrazza restaurant in Ewell Road has applied to Kingston Council for extended hours, hoping to increase their licence to 3am at weekends and 2am on weekdays. Concerned local Darren Cairnes says, "This is a residential neighbourhood and as residents we do not want or need this."

A spokesman for the restaurant said, "We have been here a very long time and have been playing music already but nobody came and complained. Yet once people saw the application that was it."

Kingston Council licensing department were considering the application on January 11.

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