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Dining at Nutfield Priory Hotel & Spa Surrey

Nutfield, Redhill, RH1 4EL +44 8439597879

((()* British

It was a surprise afternoon treat for my best friend. We loved it. Exceptional service from staff. Would definitely be going there again.

Nilima Tafader 29 September 2016
from Horley

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Serving gourmet British cuisine in a stunning 19th-century country house setting, Cloisters Restaurant at Nutfield Priory Hotel & Spa - Surrey enjoys an elegant & intimate dining atmosphere. Set close to North Park & Nutfield Priory Lake, the restaurant also serves traditional afternoon tea.

A refined choice of adventurous dishes makes up the Cloisters Nutfield Priory menu, featuring culinary delights like sweet potato soup with coconut foam & coriander, Asian-spiced pan-seared loin of monkfish with green herb mash, butternut puree & tender-stem broccoli, and venison fillet with thyme-roasted celeriac, young spinach, roasted pumpkin, sautéed wild mushroom, juniper & red wine sauce. Indulge in a creamy milk chocolate mousse with walnut ice cream & dark chocolate glace for dessert.

Filled with historic arched stonework and spotlessly-dressed tables, Cloisters Restaurant boasts gothic-style windows overlooking breathtaking views of the Surrey countryside.

Cloisters Restaurant at Nutfield Priory Hotel & Spa in Surrey is a 5-minute drive from Nutfield Rail Station.

Dining at Nutfield Priory Hotel & Spa Surrey

Nutfield, Redhill, RH1 4EL

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Customer reviews for Dining at Nutfield Priory Hotel & Spa Surrey

3.6 ((()* (based on 20 reviews)
65% of diners recommend this restaurant
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Recommended for

  • afternoon tea (10)
  • romantic (8)
  • luxury (7)
  • views (7)
  • dinner (6)
  • lunch (5)
  • private dining (3)
  • child friendly (2)
  • large parties (2)
  • al fresco (1)
  • breakfast (1)
  • value (1)
  • (**** 15 November 2016 by Fiona Mcnally from Surrey

    The priory is a stunning hotel and the inside of this beautiful building does not let it down the afternoon tea was very disappointing sandwiches were just ordinary scones nothing great fruit ones had a couple bits of fruit , the cake selection was very sickly and not a good selection very very poor and for the price that they charge it really is disgraceful a little tearoom in a village would do a hundred times better for a fraction of the price
    The only positive was the waiter was very attentive and gave an excellent service

  • (((** 4 October 2016 by Anthony Hick from Bristol

    Excellent food when it came, but an HOUR wait from booked time for afternoon tea to serving the food was inexcusable. The waiter apologised for the wait but gave no explanation. Pleasant surroundings and wonderful views.

  • ((((( 29 September 2016 by Nilima Tafader from Horley

    It was a surprise afternoon treat for my best friend. We loved it. Exceptional service from staff. Would definitely be going there again.

  • ((((( 15 September 2016 by Lisa Wilson from Sutton

    A wonderful lunch in a beautiful setting
    Very enjoyable

  • (((** 22 August 2016 by Melanie Chandiram from caterham

    Beautiful settings, excellent service. Food good but not enough, felt like I was being put on a diet. Lamb delicious. menu said with salad. The salad consisted of a few slices of tomatoes, admittedly all tasted beautiful. If you like nouve cuisine with its little dots of sauce and minuscule squares of salmon then this is the one for you.

  • ((*** 13 August 2016 by pamela from Reigate

    i organised a birthday tea for my mum as a surprise yesterday. for 6 of us it cost £165. biggest regret of spending money to date- i took the 6 of us out for a 3 course meal and wine for less. really really dissappointed with the quality of food. a very expensive afternoon tea for what you get. beautiful surroundings and had lovely service but the sandwiches were a joke. literally no fillings and only 4 tiny finger strips per person, bread was stale. the pastry's were the worst though, I've had better from supermarket brands. they were very cold, straight from the fridge, none of us really ate them. from the advertising you are given the impression of complete luxury when you get the food but this was no where near, the scones were OK though. seriously do not spend the ridiculous price they ask for a very poor tea that's given. down the road you get much better quality for £12 and at least triple the amount of food.

  • (**** 5 July 2016 by Dawn from surrey

    Our dining experience at Nutfield Priory was truly awful! We received cold tea, stale sandwiches that were of a poor quality with missing fillings ie. no mustard to accompany the 'cheap looking' ham, no cress to accompany the small amount of egg mayonnaise, no chives to accompany the cream cheese and cucumber and no creme fraiche to accompany the salmon. Soggy cakes which had not been defrosted properly (we squeezed water from the sponge roulade!) there were no fresh cream or any fresh fruit on any of the cakes. The sorbet we were offered was foamy and served in cracked glasses. Also there were poppy seeds on the plate of scones which were obviously from something else. Our main waitress was lovely, although a waitress that served some drinks to us was wearing a very dirty skirt which was covered in food. This did not portray the idea of the clean and well run establishment that we expected. It was by no means anywhere near worth £27.50 per head! None of the food we received was of the high quality, that we expected and paid for. We chose Nutfield Priory as the location to celebrate a very special birthday as we felt this is where we would have the best experience and quality, although as you can see, our experience was far from this!

  • (((** 21 June 2016 by Lynda Sutton from Redhill

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  • (**** 27 May 2016 by Kate Ball from London

    Bland food that was not worth the money.

  • ((((* 6 May 2016 by IB from Cheam

    Came for Sunday lunch and enjoyed it immensely - we will be back. Great venue with splendid architecture and delightful views. Service was excellent and attentive and just about the right balance of engagement vs privacy to enjoy our meal. Food was excellent and both beautiful and flavoursome. Only negative - drinks are eye-wateringly overpriced for wines I know elsewhere - the mark up is sadly bordering on rude.... In defence - they are well kept and were served at the correct temperature.

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