This place is 3 in 1 - pub, shop and restaurant. The pub isn't really a pub at all - if you just want a couple of pints, you'd be better off at the Red Lion or the Dolphin.
The shop has some good produce but most of the prices are on the high side.
The restaurant is where the Jolly Farmers really scores. It has some tough local competition all right, in fact we know of 3 other places within a two-mile radius that are equally good. So we were rather surprised to find the place was nearly full when we visited at 4pm on a Saturday. Not a traditionally busy time of day for a country inn, but this place was bustling. And no wonder - cosy sofas by the log fire, friendly service, short but interesting menu and okayish prices (not bad by Reigate standards). But what stood out was the quality of the food. Simply first rate. We had a starter of olives and bread, a selection of cold fish served on a slate slab and a veggie burger with chips. All very good, and recommended without hesitation. The bill incuding a couple of Cokes came to £30, so not exactly cheap - but few places are cheap in the Reigate/Dorking area. We left comfortably stuffed with the food and warm from the fire, and happy to add the Jolly Farmers to our growing list of great places to eat along the M25 (if you're interested, the list is now: Jolly Farmers, Red Lion, Arkell Manor, Grumpy Mole).
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