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  • Dennis starts storming

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    Were the organisers of Surbiton’s farmers’ market right to call off today’s event, in the face of Storm Dennis? Emphatically yes, as this picture – taken on Saturday morning – shows. One of the giant potted olive trees that guards the door of Cento Uno, right beside where Ralph Wettach’s deli stall would have stood,

  • Storm cancels farmers’ market

    Storm cancels farmers’ market0

    It’s an absolute pig, but Surbiton’s farmers’ market has been cancelled this Saturday, because of Storm Dennis. It’s the first time in the market’s glorious 10-year history that this drastic step has had to be taken, but the ferocious winds that are predicted for the weekend mean some of the 26 stalls might end up

  • Mondays just got better

    Mondays just got better0

    Remember this scene from last April? The much anticipated launch of Cento Uno, the traditional-meets-modern neighbourhood Italian in Maple Road? Well we Surbitonians like the family restaurant’s pizza so much that owners Sam and Alex Berry are now opening on a Monday night too (starting from tonight) – orders between 5.30pm and 9.30pm. Get the

  • Favourite haunt closes

    Favourite haunt closes0

    So, farewell then, Surbiton Brasserie, which has closed down. The Victoria Road diner opposite the station (sandwiched between the carpet shop and Headmasters) has been a favourite haunt of Surbitonians since it opened in 2011, especially on mild Saturday mornings when the outside tables would be full of the town’s literati, glitterati and intelligentsia, putting

  • Host a roast

    Host a roast0

    • Food
    • 26th January 2020

    Chef Raymond Fulton-Corrie served a succulent leg of pork (pictured) covered with crunchy crackling, to staff at the newly refurbished (inside and out) Grove pub for them to sample ahead of its Host The Roast menu launch. The pub in Grove Road, Surbiton, will be serving roast dinners with fresh veg and all the trimmings

  • Antelope Beer Festival

    Antelope Beer Festival0

    • Food
    • 28th November 2019

    The Antelope pub’s recent beer festival was the best yet, said Big Smoke Brew’s Rich Craig. “The pub was full of happy, well-behaved, friendly people.” In all, 5,000 pints of beer and 600 pints of cider were drunk over three days. “We sold out of all beer by the end,” added Rich. Live music from


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