On Chertsey Road in the heart of Windlesham, The Brickmakers shines as one of the most popular gastropubs in town. This local favourite is situated in a cosy brick building that features rustic wood furnishings, stylish table settings and a clean, elegant feel. Perfect for private events, a family dinner or just some drinks with friends, The Brickmakers stands out for their unparalleled commitment to serve, excellent British cuisine and their beautiful and spacious garden. Their food is traditionally British and features comfort food like slow-cooked half shoulder of lamb, ribeye steaks and gourmet savoury pies. Worth an extra drive from Bagshot or Woking, The Brickmakers deserves to stay on your culinary radar.
We chose to visit The Brickmakers because of its excellent reviews and wasn’t disappointed. The service was outstanding and the food unbelievably good. The pork belly was quite literally one of the best dishes I’ve ever had. The haggis starter was a surprise star as well.
As requested, we sat at a table in the corner, by the window at the front of the restaurant. Unfortunately, there was an unpleasant smell at this table. We spoke to the staff about it and they were aware. Otherwise the visit was a good experience all round.
In the town of Windlesham, not far from Bagshot, Woking and Chobham, The Brickmakers invites you to stop in for a taste of traditional British cooking. This friendly town centre pub and restaurant boasts a stunning garden that’s perfect for summer days and for whiling away the hours with friends or family, and its location close to the wilderness gives you the feeling of being far away from it all. Leave your troubles behind as you indulge in some of the best British cuisine in Surrey Heath and indulge in a range of local ales.
Specialising in traditional British cuisine, The Brickmakers aims to give their guests an unforgettable dining experience in the countryside. Found on Chertsey Road in Windlesham town centre, this restaurant is the perfect place to stop off for a rustic meal while on the road, and with plenty of parking space, it’s ideal for travellers. The menu at The Brickmakers features a wide variety of offerings, with plenty of roasts and British specialities to keep guests satisfied. We recommend the twice cooked Dingley Dell pork loin topped with Welsh rarebit, calvados gravy, apple and vanilla mashed potato or the vegetarian red onion, spinach and mushroom pie. Whatever you choose, we know you’re going to love it. Don’t forget to reserve your table ahead of time!