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  • Megan’s restaurant is now open0

    • Food
    • 5th December 2020

    It’s open! Surbiton’s biggest, boldest new restaurant, Megan’s – a long-awaited local branch of the popular south-west London chain – has welcomed its first customers to the former Zizzi site in the town’s old post office building. There was a queue of eager local folk (some with pushchairs, some with dogs, some with the morning

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  • Surbiton councillors splash the cash for Christmas lights0

    • News
    • 14th November 2020

    The whole of Surbiton’s high street will sparkle with Christmas lights this festive period. Last year the lights and decorations only reached part of the way along Victoria Road, but this year councillors on the Surbiton Neighbourhood Committee decided to splash out and approve the most expensive option – £12,523 – at its recent meeting.

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  • Megan’s gets set to open0

    Surbiton’s newest restaurant is just weeks from opening, and aims to launch by early December. Megan’s is the replacement for Zizzi in the high street, and is already being described by the chain as ‘Megan’s At The Post Office’, playing up surviving relics of its former incarnation as Surbiton’s main PO, such as the outsize

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  • Art shop shuts soon0

    Surbiton’s art shop – a fixture on the high street for two decades – is closing… and you only have a day or two to snap up half-price paints, paper, canvases, pens and easels. Not only is all the stock 50% off, but the fixtures and fittings (including the till) are for sale as well.

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  • Shoes at Last reopens0

    Surbiton fashionistas are breathing a sigh of relief. Shoes at Last is back! The upmarket, designer-label, boutique in Maple Road, Surbiton, run by Sarah Taylor, pictured, is open for business. Sarah closed her fashion store which sells clothes, shoes and accessories, on March 21 because of the coronavirus crisis. Twelve weeks later she’s back with a one-in,

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  • 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

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