Whether you’re shopping at The Peacocks, swimming at Pool in the Park or seeing a show at the New Victoria Theatre, sightseeing in Woking can really work up an appetite. Thankfully, the town is home to several excellent restaurants and cafes that serve everything from classic British cuisine to Indian, Asian and Italian fare.
The Clock House
The Clock House, formerly known as Drake’s, in Ripley is a fine dining restaurant that has earned a three AA Rosettes listing. Its listing places it among the top 10% of restaurants in the AA Restaurant Guide.
With a focus on flavour and quality, the restaurant uses fresh, local ingredients in its dishes and offers seasonal menus. Vegetarian options are available as well as tasting menus to accommodate all guests.
The restaurant also offers an excellent selection of wines.
The Clock House is a must-see for travelers looking to dine at one of the best restaurants in the UK.
Cafe Class Woking
Located on The Broadway in Woking, Cafe Class Woking specializes in Southern Italian fare. If the cafe’s charming hosts don’t win you over, the brillian food will.
The cafe serves a huge array of cakes, Sicilian patisserie, desserts, croissants, muffins and biscuits. Guests can also indulge in a variety of authentic Italian cold cuts and cheeses. Cafe Class also offers an excellent selection of wines.
For a simple, delicious meal or dessert, stop in to Cafe Class.
Jeitta Lebanese Cuisine
Serving authentic Lebanese cuisine, Jeitta is conveniently located just behind Woking Station. From hommos to tabbouleh, moujadara, to Shawarma, seafood and vegetarian, the restaurant offers something for everyone.
Jeitta is open daily: Mon-Thurs – 11am-11pm; Fri-Sat – 11am-11:30pm; Sunday – 12pm-10pm.
The restaurant offers lunch, dinner and Christmas menus, and reservations are recommended.
Situated on Commercial Way, Latino is an Italian restaurant serving a range of dishes, from pizza to antipasti, pasta, risotto, fish, chicken, meat, dessert and more.
Along with an authentic Italian menu, the restaurant also offers a range of wines and champagne. Guests can also enjoy espresso, cappuccino, latte, hot tea and more.
The atmosphere at Latino is casual and warm, and the staff is welcoming and friendly.
For a true Italian dinner, stop in to Latino.
L’Aroma is another popular Italian restaurant in Woking. Located on High Street, L’Aroma offers an elegant interior and authentic Neapolitan menu. The restaurant is regarded by many as the best for Italian cuisine in Surrey.
From pizza to gourmet desserts, L’Aroma has something for every taste. The restaurant also offers a great selection of wines for guests to enjoy.
If you’re looking for authentic Neapolitan cuisine, L’Aroma is the place to go.
The Inn West End
The Inn West End offers excellent accommodation, but the boutique inn also sits alongside an award-winning restaurant. For over a decade, the restaurant has been serving exceptional food and wine, and is known for its hospitality.
Chefs use fresh, seasonal ingredients to create modern British dishes that will satisfy every taste. Every dish is home-cooked to perfection.
Local produce is featured in most meals, and game is sourced from Windsor’s Royal Parks.
Along with its fresh menu, the restaurant also offers an excellent selection of wines.
For fine dining with warm hospitality, stop in to The Inn West End restaurant.
Located on Heather Farm, Waters Edge is headed by chef Aneke Spacie, who prefers serving her dishes in creative, innovative ways. A newcomer to the area, the restaurant opened its doors in 2016 in Horsell.
The restaurant’s menu focuses on fresh, local and organic ingredients. Produce makes it from the garden to the table in an hour – it doesn’t get any fresher than that.
Waters Edge is situated on a working farm, which supplies most of the ingredients used in chef Spacie’s dishes. The restaurant even churns its own butter.
All dishes are freshly prepared and homemade, so no two dishes taste the same.
Soya Korean and Japanese Restaurant
Serving authentic Korean and Japanese cuisine, Soya is located in Woking Town Centre on Goldsworth Road.
The restaurant offers both a sit-down and take away menu, so guests can choose how they dine. A range of Japanese and Korean dishes are available as well as a Soya special menu and lunch specials. Drinks and desserts are also served, including mojii, mintos, mango delight, lemon cheesecake and more.
If you’re in the mood for authentic Japanese or Korean food, Soya is a great place to dine in the afternoon or evening.
These are just a few of the many excellent restaurants that can be found in Woking. Chertsey Road offers a number of other restaurants and nightclubs.