The Red Barn

British, Modern European·

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Average Price
££££ - £30 - £49
British, Modern European
Cosy, Fun, Traditional
Food Occasions
Alfresco And Views
Great views, Outside seating
Perfect for
Romantic, Special occasions
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The Red Barn in Lingfield's Blindley Heath not only has a great dining area, it also has its own farm shop. The dining room is situated in a 20ft-tall wooden barn, lined with books and heated by a very large, central fire. As an extra touch, the waitresses are even issued with soft shoes to dampen the sound of them walking across the wooden floors. The menu is daily-changing, but a meal here might include a starter of cauliflower soup with spiced shrimps, a main course of Aberdeen Angus beef and Cornish ale pie with a side order of gratin dauphinoise. Three courses cost an average of £30 per person.


Tandridge Lane Blindley Heath, Lingfield, Surrey, RH7 6LL

01342 830820 01342 830820



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2 Reviews 

Gary Matthews

12 June 2019  

I have just moved to area and with friends went for a meal at the red Lion, Lingfield 

time of arrival 1.20

first 2 items were unavailable as butcher had not delivered we ordered 4 toasted sandwiches, they weren’t just bad they were awful, 2 were Welsh rabbit Thick chunks of ham and untoasted cheese with burnt toast as for the other 2 I’m lost for words awful and uneatable spring to mind whilst the place was not busy 4 waitresses stood around and it took 50 minutes for food to arrive no normal coke sold only sugar free will look for another food pub in area which is a shame as we eat out a lot.

Gary Matthews 



Francesca C

26 September 2013  
Food & Drink 2.5
Service 2
Atmosphere 4
Value 2.5
Fabulous restaurant venue let down by the service and the food
My companion and I had dinner at The Red Barn in Lingfield last night. Having heard good things about it over the past few years my expectations were high! First impressions were very good. The place had apparently been done up “to a high standard” 5 years ago and the old large barn was light, airy and warm, had been sympathetically modernised and and had a lovely feel about it. Sadly, both the service and the food rather let the side down. One of the staff members seemed eager to please but another member of staff was rather abrupt – and the food was also slow in coming. My companion ordered prawn cocktail. Upon tasting it he said there was absolutely no taste of prawn and all he could taste was the cocktail. My starter was ham hock terrine which was delicious, but served with underdone toast. My companion's main course was slow roasted lamb and he recalls the menu said served with ratatouille. The lamb itself, although I thought delicious when I tried it, could not have been slow roasted as it looked a bit pink in the middle – and there was no sign of any ratatouille whatsoever, just a very watery jus which he said tasted a bit like dishwater – no excuse if the lamb was panfried!! Having tasted it I tended to agree with him. The only sign of vegetation accompanying the dish was a miniscule amount of something yellow and red in the jus. I ordered liver & bacon for my main. When it arrived it looked like a brown mess – and tasted a bit like it too. The liver – instead of showing signs of having being lightly grilled or pan fried and pink on the inside was frankly a big mush – and so was the bubble and squeak it was presented on. All in all a very disappointing outcome. Perhaps we were unlucky – perhaps the chef was having a bad day and the whole evening had gone pear-shaped – but in any event I hope they buck their ideas up and can add to this lovely venue some friendly and professional service together with a higher standard and quality of food as I would like to try it again at some point in the near future.
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