A classic British pub in the picturesque Surrey town of Sunbury-On-Thames, southwest of London, has undergone a facelift. The Flower Pot’s new and improved premises along Thames Street have retained the charm of a vintage coaching inn but added a stylish and up-market twist, with an open terrace out front, and pub grub that uses only the finest ingredients sourced locally. The Flower Pot’s drinks and wine list is impressive, and there’s accommodation available, too.
We had a really good time, the food was very good and the salmon was exceptional, so many places over cook fish but this was perfectly cooked, juicy and seasoned expertly. We had lots of space and were well looked after. The noise levels were just right and the staff friendly. There is a relaxed atmosphere and the food was ready very quickly.
Really good food although the menu was different to what was advertised on the website. Service was pleasant and the staff were knowledgeable about what was on offer. Great cheeseboard!
great restaurant the food was lovely Service was good too, people were friendly Easy to find Would def book as it does get busy, easy using this app.
Sunbury-On-Thames is the epicentre of Authentic Pub Co.’s family of five award-winning British pubs, all flying the flag for classic public houses turned gastropubs in the London region. One such local institution is The Flower Pot, down Thames Street, a former coaching inn that has been considerately updated to reflect modern tastes. Guests can linger a while here, with boutique hotel-style rooms offering road weary travellers the option to stay a night or two and soak up Surrey’s gorgeous English atmosphere.
The major drawcard for The Flower Pot is the great gastropub fare on offer. The kitchen is avowedly fussy about its food, with local butcher Bentley’s commissioned to keep The Flower Pot’s diners happy with only the freshest, locally-sourced meats, poultry, and game. Similarly, this superlative Sunbury-On-Thames pub gets all its fruit and vegetables from nearby family-operated Watts Farm. And again, the fish is as fresh as can be, with a catch delivered daily by M & J Seafood to The Flower Pot’s door. While The Flower Pot naturally stock a great range of beer and ale, their wine list is a particular point of pride, bristling with handpicked vintages from Europe and the New World. For stellar British gastropub food as fresh as a daisy, within an easy drive of London, book a table at The Flower Pot.