Short: Just out of Godalming, The Dog and Pheasant in Brook is one of those British country pub experiences that everyone needs to have. This charming spot along Haslemere Road combines a picturesque location, friendly atmosphere and seriously good food. The pub itself is a fifteenth century building and suits its location down to a tee. You’ll find roaring fire places during the winter, seasonal menus with all your favourite British classics and a very impressive selection of ales, lagers, wine and gin. What more could you want really? Oh, perhaps an outdoor space for the kids in summer? Well, at The Dog and Pheasant you got it. So reserve and head to this idyllic country gastropub as soon as you can – you won’t be disappointed.
Whether you’re paying The Dog and Pheasant a visit during the colder months to relax by the fireplace with a glass of wine and roast dinner, or are in to take advantage of the outdoor area in summer, you’ll be in for a good time, every time. Located in Brook, not far from Godalming, The Dog and Pheasant not only has the perfect venue – a historic pub – but its menu is not to be missed. There’s a passion for local and seasonal produce here, so expect rotating menus, specials lists as well as time-tested British faves.
So, what does the menu at The Dog and Pheasant look like then? Well, to begin you’ll find starters including steamed Exmouth mussels with Hazy Hog cheddar and smoked bacon and chorizo and harissa arancini balls in a roast tomato and garlic sauce. Then, for the main event we recommend you keep an eye out for the beer-battered Atlantic cod with chips, mushy peas and samphire tartar sauce; Tuscan-style chicken casserole filled with artichoke hearts, potatoes and sun-blushed tomatoes, and the honey and quince glazed ham served with Chapel Farm eggs, chips and piccalilli. With so much more going on, including a must-try Sunday roast and buffet selection, your best bet is to book a table and head to The Dog and Pheasant near Godalming on Haslemere Road in Brook.
Good friendly service, lovely food and a nice relaxing atmosphere. A great place to meet and catch up with friends whilst having a thoroughly good lunch.
Brilliant staff, good atmosphere, unpretentious but delicious food and a good selection of well-kept beer. Beautiful small village location and an excellent meal all round.
Thoroughly enjoyable Sunday lunch even with 2 squirming toddlers who prevented us from having desserts! But top marks for the lovely imaginative play area. All 3 generations enjoyed it.