What better way to enjoy a Sunday than in a cosy country pub with a great selection of British roasts starting from £6.95 – served all day and evening on Sundays using the freshest seasonal ingredients.
Standing proudly by the eye-catching 18th-century Chertsey Bridge over the River Thames, The Kingfisher boasts some of the best views in the area, which can be enjoyed from the al fresco garden. Serving an accomplished menu of British favourites, The Kingfisher also has a welcoming atmosphere, through the cosy hearth-fire, low ceilings, rustic oak beams and warm colour scheme.
Hearty Sunday roasts and trusty British dishes head The Kingfisher menu, and a range just for kids offers mini versions of pub favourites. Signature Vintage pies designed by celebrity chef James Martin offer fillings like beef & merlot with buttered peas, while The Kingfisher ‘Vintage classics’ menu includes lemon & garlic-roasted chicken with seasoned chips.
Paying homage to the Great British pub, the Vintage Inn bar stock includes cask-conditioned beers, real ales and a meticulously compiled wine list. Thirst-quenching offerings include seasonal non-alcoholic cocktails and freshly-pressed juices, and rich coffee is brewed freshly throughout the day.
Despite its fantastic setting on the Thames, The Kingfisher is just a 5-minute drive from Chertsey.
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- afternoon tea (12)
- al fresco (29)
- breakfast (4)
- business (13)
- child friendly (27)
- dinner (88)
- entertainment (3)
- large parties (24)
- lunch (84)
- luxury (3)
- private dining (21)
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- value (42)
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2 March 2015
I came for lunch yesterday with two friends. I cannot fault the reception and service we received. Our choice of food was hot and well presented.
25 January 2015
Arrived, staff said they would just clear a table for us, I had asked for a table in a corner as I had a very deaf person with me. They gave a table for two which was great. Staff were very friendly, and helpful We order start's, while we waited she brought us a small bowl of crisps.and our drinks. Both our starters were good, I asked for a jug of water, which also arrived. Main meal, we both had a roast, one beef, med rare, other chicken, very pleased, nice long plates, them off course sweet. Also very nicely displayed, You had changed the meal, from when I was last there. You couldn't have done better. STAFF WERE VERY GOOD, a very nice feel to the place. Will go again, have been going over the years. But POOR you, you were flooded last winter. Great meal
30 December 2014
Really enjoyed the whole visit, Waiting staff were helpful and attentive and the food was excellent. My sea bass was cooked to perfection! On top of all that the prices were realistic, Well done.
28 December 2014
A very disappointing experience. Roast leg of lamb came in chunks, chewy, covered in gravy as were the "roast potatoes". Vegetables has obviously been reheated from lunchtime and were gastly. Meal couldn't be eaten.
21 September 2014
Good location, new refurbishment very pleasant, Excellent service, food well cooked and presented. Only problem, couldn't use a card as terminals went down, good job I had visited a cash point the previous day !
26 July 2014
good pleasant servixe. ckean n tidy and wekkpresented, but portions small Hardly any veg with the seabass. ..£16 is a lot for a pub meal. Went home and had cheese n biscuits! will think twice before returning. Usually come here a lot. Everybody around cleared their plates. r u giving enough.
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