Food & Drink
the beer selection
You'll savour our selection of real ales, lagers, fine wines and non-alcoholic drinks as well as our teas and coffee - the perfect way to spend time with friends.
All year round round we serve Surrey Hills Ranmore, Black Sheep Best Bitter and Hopback Summer Lightning. Our guest pump changes as quickly as you can drink it!
Our beer selection has won us the CAMRA Best Pub award in 2012 and 2014.
We specialise in British Cheese and offer a large selection at all times.
Our modern take on a ploughmans is your selection of 3 cheeses with loads of bread, pickles, chutneys and apple. A filling meal for one and great share for two.
We aim to support local independent and start up ventures and offer our space free of charge.
We welcome local chefs to come and cook in our garden.
Come down for a bite and a beer whilst supporting your local community!
The Lamb's regular cooks
SAMOSA LOVE offers exciting dishes with dynamic flavours of South Asian cuisine.
Their menu is based around authentic curry dishes, small plates and more specifically everyone's favorite Asian snack... The Samosa!
Their Samosas are unique in every way- the taste, infusions and design. The pastry is hand crafted and infused with root vegetables, which results in our unique vibrant & interesting colours. They have developed and tested a range of delicious fillings, both traditional and more bespoke.
Happy Hill Kitchen
Theis Menu includes spiced fried chicken burger with avocado & coriander salsa, roasted garlic & chilli mayo, plantain, and roast corn loaded with nutmeg butter and roasted coconut. Yeah man!
Emma from Little Ginger serves BIG tasty flavours using seasonal & locally sourced ingredient that are all plant based. You may have seen her in Kingston market serving her delicious home made vegan specialities!
"Our Burgers are pressed just before service from our freshly ground mix. The grind is a mix of chuck, skirt and fatty ribeye. No seasonings or extras are added A fat content of 25% easily holds the burgers together when they are smashed down on a searing hot griddle.