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This restaurant is on the East-going road out towards Chertsey, and is renowned for the range and quality of its food, in particular, though the real ale is also well kept. There is extensive parking along the side and back of the pub, and most people would probably walk from their cars through the paved garden area, and enter via the back door. Immediately right is a small bar area, but ahead is the main room, with tables and chairs and the main bar. A wood-burning stove at left is next to a cosy, more intimate room, while the bar curls around towards the main dining area/conservatory, and the front door leads onto the main bar. The garden area contains plenty of suitable furniture for enjoying food/drinks in decent weather.