We went there with Ian and Debbie, it's a great place to go -
Booked a table for nine. When Booked a table for nine. When we arrived, we seemed to wait a very long time to be recognised, and when we were it took a long time for the waitress to bring a small basket of crackers to the table to whet our appetite whilst ordering. This was despite the restaurant not being overly busy, and other diners were being served prior to our table. This wasn’t too much of an issue, but we then waited again for our orders to be taken, and then waited again for our starters. Having said that, the food, when it did eventually arrive, was of good quality, with ample portions and nicely presented. The experience for the whole evening was that they were disorganised, but the food was good. Overall a nice restaurant but a bit let down by the sporadic customer service. Hence, four stars rather than five. I would still recommend this venue... -
Awesome food, lovely staff and great atmosphere 5* -
fantastic food and staff We were at the races and looking for a nice place to eat not far from the Marriott Lingfield. What a find!. had lunch there on the Thursday and then booked for Friday night for their Thai meals. We couldn't recommend this any higher. great food, Very reasonably priced, Great staff. Thank You. -
Lovely lunch Very nice lunch at the Plough with my family at Bank Holiday . Nothing seemed too much trouble , good service and good food. -
Sunday Lunch Superb roast beef as per the norm..
Nom nom nom
Highly recommended place to eat either traditional English food or exquisite Thai of an evening. -
Lunch at a firm favourite With all the rain and cold we thought we'd head down to the Plough where we knew their open log fire would be alight to brighten the day.
They run two menus, thai or British and there is a specials board too. So plenty to choose from for food and a great selection of beer, wine and spirits. So today we chose from the british menu with a pint of Harvey's for me and pinot grigio for the boss. The food was lovely and staff attentive. A great break from routine. -
friendly helpful staff and management.
The food was fabulously cooked very tasty and full of flavour.
Would definitely and highly recommend.
very impressed by it all. -
More than a real country pub! My husband is very fussy about his beer and says this pub offers the best pint of Harvey's he's ever tasted. He was tempted by the landlord to try a pint of "Mother in Law" apparently its half a normal Harvey's and half Harvey's Old Ale", he's now a convert! The food on offer is far better than any pub grub! During the day there is an array of mouthwatering plates that would not be out of place in a top London restaurant and during the evening there is superb authentic Thai food that is outstanding. Apparently Wednesday night is steak night, which we are yet to sample but I'm sure it wouldn't disappoint. The Sunday lunch is to die for but I would advise to book a table if you want to eat as its always busy. You can choose to eat in the restaurant area or bar area. Lots of the food and drink is sourced from local business'. Dogs are welcome in the bar area, so you don't have to leave your 4 legged friend at home.
We visited on Saturday lunchtime and as expected there were lots of people who had been there since early that morning as they televised the England/New Zealand rugby on the TV. Everyone was in great spirits without being rowdy. It was a great pleasure to see the local trail hunt and the hound pack turn up in the car park as they made a pit stop. All the riders were very friendly and chatty and we were encouraged to get among-st the hounds and give them a good old fuss! It was a baptism of fire for our Lakeland puppy's fellow dog socialisation, but the hounds were very gentle with him.
The only thing that spoilt our visit was the appearance of some hunt saboteurs who were I have to say, very aggressive towards everyone! The Rugby crowd combined with the riders and general "punters" managed to evict them from the car park by singing a very loud rendition of "Swing Low Sweet Chariot"
If you're looking to experience what a real British country pub has to offer then this is the place to go. From the moment you walk through the door you are greeted with a very warm welcome form not only the staff but other customers. It has a real vibrant atmosphere without being intrusive and every-time we visit we have always been welcomed with open arms and a smile. -
Lovely surprise We stopped at the Plough for lunch and we're pleasantly surprised with the large selection of Thai food on offer. The food was outstanding the service just right and not rushed. Parking is good and the plough itself with its open fires and low ceilings delightful. Cannot wait to try more of the dishes... -
Always good with friendly staff and a great vibe. -
Lovely pub and very enjoyable Thai food The interior of the pub is lovely. Interesting decor, has atmosphere. Old and interesting interior. Easy to park. I love Thai food so seek it out. Friendly, young girl serving. Efficient service with no long waits. complmentary prawn crackers that she offered to refill.
Prawn dish - a sort of sizzling plate - were very tasty although I think they were a little overcooked. Really enjoyed the whole meal. Good selection.
Would I return? Yes and soon. -
Lunchtime drink Nice country pub with a lot of atmosphere, they do good food and have a Thai option good beers too and loads of seating outside large car park -
Top place for the summer this,
the gardens really colourful too,
English country style and elegance wrapped in one! -
Love the plough been coming for years great atmosphere, good good 🙂 -
Best pub grub in the area Frequently use the Plough for drinking but have recently had 2 excellent Sunday meals there. Good atmosphere, pace of service and quality of food. -
Visited this week with a walking group, previously booked in with close idea on numbers lunching. Not our first visit and we will be back for sure!
Very friendly atmosphere with a good welcome.
I believe that everyone enjoyed their lunches, which more or less came out together. Full marks to the team. -
A great local This wonderful pub is on my doorstep so it is easy to take it for granted. I thought I would take a minute to say what a lovely, cosy place it is for a drink. It serves delicious Thai food as well as traditional pub fayre. If you like a traditional country pub with roaring log fires, candles and fairy lights where dogs are just as welcome as their owners then give it a try. -
We enjoyed a fantastic afternoon and evening at the Plough. Highly recommended -
Saturday lunch Just had a lovely pub lunch here. Food very good and service, Thai food is very good and traditional English menu very nice.
Nice warm friendly country pub! I will be back -
Thanks AGAIN for another lovely meal - brill food, good service. My 5 year old loves the noodles and satay chicken! -
Best Thai Restaurant! There surely are magical creatures at work in the kitchen. The Thai food is truly witchcraft! Perfection! Always look forward to coming back. We've not eaten from the 'English' menu but can imagine the same level of yumminess. -
Great little find, lovely food & great customer service. The open fire is a definite plus! -
Fabulous food and fantastic service -
Staff were nice and a good environment and cheerful -
Lovely characterful Inn with ambience , together friendly, efficient staff. An excellent range of beers and food. Dog friendly. 😀 -
Went for a quick Sunday lunch Went for a quick Sunday lunch with a friend , I own a pub myself so I always like to sample various pubs for lunch .
The pub is gorgeous , really old English quintessential English with beams , open fire etc,
Walked in and 3 people who worked there didn’t smile or acknowledge us standing at the bar which was when they opened , the lady with dark hair could have been the landlady was great , took our drinks orders and asked us where we would like to sit .
Food was delicious , we had a roast beef , chicken and leek pie and a sponge pudding and custard .
Can’t fault it , it was absolutely delicious !!!
I would definitely recommend going here, girls could smile and say hello to any customer who walks in , and the other thing is it’s a bit cold the other side of the restaurant to the fire .. maybe that side could be lit ?
But I’d definitely return ! -
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The Plough Inn
The Plough Inn is a superb village pub located in the corner of four counties - Surrey, West Sussex, East Sussex and Kent. Serving both traditional pub food and mouth watering Thai.