Father’s Day Brunch Ideas

Breakfast is the best meal of the day and it gets even better if it turns into a long, lazy brunch. So, why not treat the old man to a slap up brekkie this weekend at a local eatery, perhaps even a bloody mary or bucks fizz if you’re feeling in the mood…


Tanhouse Farm Shop

Rusper Road, Newdigate, RH5 5BX

01306 631 891

This brunch spot not only has amazing food, but also stunning architecture, having being built in 1520 and converted into its present day form in 1998. The cafe is really family-friendly with swings, a see-saw, a wooden fort and many ride-on toys all located in the garden. As well as the usual brunch items, they also do pancakes and maple syrup. Brunch served from 9-11.30am


38 Station Rd E, Oxted RH8 0PG

01883 717617

It may be a relative newbie to Oxted, but Toast is certainly making its mark on the brunch scene. The menu reads more like a New York hipster cafe, with kale and avocado being regular ingredients on the brunch menu. Those after a more traditional menu, will not be disappointed either. Open Sunday 9-2.30pm

Pilots Hub

Hangar 9, Redhill Aerodrome, Redhill RH1 5JY

020 8652 902

Fancy a  spot of brunch while watching planes take off? The pilots hub at Redhill Aerodrome is the place. The pilots hub can offer a great full or part english, all locally sourced and comes with complimentary jam or marmalade! Breakfast served from 8.00am

Two Many Cooks

53A Lesbourne Road, Reigate, Surrey RH2 7JX & No 32 South Street, Dorking, Surrey RH4 2HQ

01737 244 277

A great cafe on Lesbourne Road in Reigate, offering a selection of healthy treats from homemade granola with fruit compote and  sugar free fruit and nut muesli. For those that want something with a few more calories, sausage sarnies, boiled eggs and homemade marmalade are all on offer.

Open Sat – from 8.30am

Dorking branch – from 9.30am