Father’s Day in Surrey
Father’s Day falls on Sunday, June 17th this year and traditionally this day is celebrated worldwide to recognise the valued contribution that fathers and father figures make to the lives of their children.
More information on how we are celebrating is coming soon…
This event books up quickly so make sure you book as soon as possible on 01483 224 225. Alternatively book online here.
Father’s Day in Surrey – Toby Cottage
Mother’s Day in Surrey
Mother’s Day is the perfect time to show someone special in your life how much they mean to you.
This year, let us help make it an extra special day – invite all the family along and make it a happy celebration with delicious food and quality wine or champagne!
Available sittings 12pm and 2.30pm.
Our chefs have created a special menu with plenty of dishes for everyone to enjoy, which you can view here :View the Menu
If you are not able to book a meal on Mother’s Day – why not book for another day during the week and enjoy a classy 2 or 3 course lunch or evening meal?
Reserve your table on our booking widget or call one of our friendly team on 01483 224225.
Mother’s Day in Surrey- Toby Cottage
Our 11th Anniversary!
We are one of the oldest restaurants in Surrey, oozing with charm with its low ceilings, oak beams and unique (and rare) silver service.
We are thrilled Toby Cottage remains so popular, and are delighted to announce that it’s our 11th Anniversary!!
Tony said ”Our aim is always to give every guest the best all-round dining experience from start to finish. Customers are often surprised that not only is our top quality food freshly prepared using local suppliers and seasonal produce BUT it’s also courteously served and offers superb value too. You can enjoy a 2 course luncheon for just £16.50.’
Toni added, ‘We’d like to thank all our wonderful customers for their loyalty – you are all special to us!’
Join in the 11th Anniversary celebrations during June, and contact us to find out more.
11th Anniversary – Toby Cottage
World Gin Day in Surrey
World Gin Day in Surrey is almost here! Some of you may not know that we have a Gin Lounge on the upper floor at Toby Cottage, so we’re inviting Gin lovers of the world to come along and celebrate as World Gin Day returns for its NINTH year on Saturday 10 June!
The idea is to get people together with a legitimate excuse (not that we need one) to drink some gin, whether it’s in a cocktail, G&T or even neat.
With a extensive range of Spanish Gins to choose from including Larios, Larios 12 and Larios Rose, you might struggle to choose your favourite, but fill your glass, raise it high and toast good times.
Call us on 01483 224 225 to book for a meal after or simply pop into the Gin Lounge, and ENJOY.
World Gin Day in Surrey – Toby Cottage
Boxing Day in Ripley
Boxing Day .. All the presents unwrapped, the last slice of turkey eaten and now it’s time to relax and spend time with friends and family.
The origins of Boxing Day can be traced back to the Victorian era were it was traditionally a day off for servants. They would received a ‘Christmas Box’ to take home containing gifts, bonuses and sometimes leftover food. December 26th is also the feast day of Saint Stephen, the patron saint of horses, which is why Boxing Day has come to be associated with horse racing and fox hunting. But throughout the years it has always been a special time to gather your friends and family together.
Our wonderful dining area has enough room to cater for the whole family and our team of chefs will be cooking some fabulous dishes with something for everyone.
We are open on Boxing Day 12-2pm and are currently taking bookings for boxing day. Call us on 01483 224225 or book online here.
Clock this! It’s that time of the year to put your clocks back!
The good news is that you’ll get an extra hour in bed on a Sunday morning. However the bad news is that the nights are drawing in ever-quicker.
We know how easy it is to forget so we thought we would give you a friendly reminder to put your clocks back 1 hour as daylight saving officially ends at 2am on the last Sunday in October (30th October).
The idea of moving the clocks forward during the summer and then back again was first proposed in parliament in 1907. Later, in the Second World War clocks were put forward an hour to boost production in factories and so that workers could get back home before the blackout.
Book your Autumn meal with your friends and family today, call us on 01483 224225 or book online
Monday12-2pm and 6.30-10pm
Tuesday12-2pm and 6.30-10pm
Wednesday12-2pm and 6.30-10pm
Thursday12-2pm and 6.30-10pm
Friday12-2pm and 6.30-10pm
Saturday12-2pm and 6.30-10pm