Moving house can be an exciting experience for everyone. But if you’re also facing the challenges of a new job, with new schools and neighbours thrown in, you’ll need to find time to relax into your new surroundings. And what better way to get to know the area, than to seek out some of the best bars and restaurants in Carshalton?
Eating out is a great way to escape the mayhem of moving in, especially in those chaotic early days when you’re surrounded by boxes. But it’s also an excellent way to find your feet and explore the area. Besides that, it’s useful to earmark a few favourites for when friends and family pay a visit!
So what can Carshalton offer you in terms of food and drink? Well, being on the edge of London means there’s a wide range on offer, with more than enough choice to eat out every day of the week!
If you’re looking for a gastro pub with good food and even better reviews, The Sun on North Street offers a varied selection of seasonal lunch and dinner menus. There’s also Sunday lunch, as well as a Saturday brunch menu too. With an extensive wine list, this 2017 Good Beer Guide pub can also tingle the taste buds of real ale fans with a rotating selection of six cask ales.
And if a more down to earth, community pub offering real ales is your thing, then The Hope on West Street will certainly be one for you. Awarded Greater London Pub Of The Year by the Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) in 2017, The Hope’s choice of real ales, craft beers, and real ciders will hit the spot. There’s also a sweeping range of wines, whiskies, gins, and rums to tempt you, as well as some quality home cooked pub food.
What if a restaurant dining is more your style? Forget the pubs and look to the atmosphere of an evening out in some of Carshalton’s best eateries, with menus from around the world. Al Verde on Green Wrythe Lane is an Italian experience with a choice of set, and a la carte, menus, perfect for an intimate meal or a family outing.
How about something a little more spicy? The Blue Bengal on the High Street is one of Carshalton’s popular Indian restaurants serving classic dishes, as well as the Naga Challenge for those of you with a taste for heat!
But sometimes, all you want is something quick, easy and tasty. And at times like that, only fish & chips will do! Chipsmiths on the High Street has a great reputation and can send you on your way with some classic British grub and plenty of sides too.
So, if you’re getting ready to start a new life here, or if you’ve already recently made the move to this quiet and leafy suburb of South London, there’s no shortage of bars, pubs and restaurants in Carshalton to take advantage of.
All tastes and budgets are catered for, so whether you’re looking for a quick bite and a beer, or a full restaurant dining experience, there’s somewhere in Carshalton that will suit you down to the ground. And if you need any more inspiration, just search Trip Advisor and see what others think.
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