This Grade-II listed local treasure is found in a conservation area near Cobham, and is open from lunchtime, although it’s at its most charming in the evening, when it boasts candlelit dining and a roaring open fire.
The considered menu consists of seasonally changing dishes with a focus on local produce. Expect the likes of cauliflower and nutmeg soup, chargrilled monkfish tail with a sherry dressing, and steak cuts from the pub’s very own butchery.
Homely desserts include sticky toffee pudding with butterscotch sauce or a slice of Bailey’s cheesecake, while wines come from across the globe and cocktails see the classics given subtle twists.
The Plough Inn is fun for all the family though, with a kids menu available, family-style roasts served on Sundays and a stylishly landscaped garden for when the sun shines.