Situated 3 minutes from Junction 9 of the M25, and 5 minutes from Chessington World of Adventures, The Star is the perfect meeting place. Ashtead Common is close by so how about a post walk lunch with our planned iwalk and don’t forget well behaved doggies are always welcome in our garden and bar area with dog bowls and biscuits available.
We pride ourselves on delivering fantastic food with great friendly service and are working hard during these unusual times to make your visit a happy, comfortable and safe experience. In line with social distancing measures and new guidelines we have made a few changes; see our Frequently Asked Questions!
Our delicious menu now offers a selection of your pub favourites with a few new dishes and vegan choices for you to enjoy, complemented with a great wine list from around the world, as well as delicious Sunday Roasts served 12noon – 5pm. Our garden and patio areas are perfect for alfresco dining and our play area in the rear garden is open.
Every customer matters and everyone is important. We serve fabulous food all day, everyday! We want you to keep coming back and we want you to tell your friends how good we are!
“Friendly & efficient service Would heartily recommend if you're passing, especially handy for those on their way home from Chessington World Of Adventures. ”
“The place looks really great and the atmosphere is still lovely. The food was just so amazing and the service is so good. Will certainly not wait that long to come back here again ”
“The food was delicious, the service was faultless and the staff were really friendly. We all thoroughly enjoyed the time we spent here. ”
“Staff were very good and we were so impressed how you managed to manage the new guidelines
We all felt totally safe and really enjoyed our evening
Well done Team it was great to see you again ”
“The food and drink was amazing and the service we received was delightful and I think that we will be coming back here and definitely recommend this place to anyone who wants to eat here in the future. ”