The Star - Family Friendly Pub in Leatherhead, Surrey

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The Star

At The Star, we work hard to ensure that your visit is a good one. Every customer matters and everyone is important. We want you to keep coming back and we want you to tell your friends how good we are!


Fantastic Food All Day, Everyday!

We serve fantastic food all day everyday and have a wide and varied menu to cater for all tastes. Our beer comes with a Perfect Pint Guarantee and we have an extensive wine list with wines from all over the world. Why not try us for Sunday Roast, our famous ribs, homemade fish pie, fajitas or goats cheese and roasted vegetable salad.

Music & Functions

We love a bit of a party at The Star!  We have live bands playing, check out our 'What's On' page for full listings.  We're also great for functions. We do weddings, christenings, birthdays, whatever you're celebrating, you can even order our celebration sundae!

Dine Alfresco?

Our gorgeous gardens and patio areas are perfect for alfresco dining, with a new quirky eating area and booths and we're family friendly too! We' have a funky kids menu, colouring competition with monthly prizes and a great play area in the rear garden. Happy parents, happy children!

Whatever your reason to visit, we won't let you down.


  • Alfresco dining patio areas
  • Gorgeous secret beer garden
  • Great for post walk drinks and dining
  • Live music nights
  • Delicious Sunday Roasts
  • Weddings, christenings, first communions, BBQs, buffets all functions catered for
  • We also cater for wakes; we're only a 7 minute drive from Randalls Crematorium
  • Private room available for up to 45 people, or larger restaurant for up to 100 people
  • Coffee mornings catered for
  • Colouring competition for children with monthly prizes
  • Large car park (including disabled spaces)
  • Dogs welcome in the bar - water and biscuits provided!
  • Wifi and newspapers
  • Smoking shelter with heating & lighting
  • Baby change facilities


  • Did you know that until fairly recently, The Star Pub was four fifths in the London borough of Kingston and one fifth in Mole Valley? The rates had to be divided up. The pub had an Oxshott phone number and the postal address was Leatherhead.
  • The Star not only served as a public house in Victorian times. The adjoining “long room” was used as a school and church lectures were also held there until 1865, when St Mary’s C of E school was built in Leatherhead Road.  At “The Star” school, the fee was 1 d a week.
  • Further stories of Malden Rushett’s and Chessington’s past can be found in Mark Davison’s book, Chessington Remembered. Tel 01737 221215 for details or e–mail
  • In "The Detailed Return of Fully Licensed Houses and Beer Houses" for the county of Surrey, February 1892 , The Star at Malden is listed as being fully licenced and owned by R.W Ashby of Cobham. The Licensee was a John Castleman.
  • In the same document for the year 1904, we discover that it is listed as being licensed prior to 1869 and that the owner is still R.W Ashby of Cobham. The Licensee was now William Crook and apart from selling "intoxicants", The Star offered "tea and mineral waters". There was no sleeping accommodation available but stabling for one horse was offered and the pub possessed "1 urinal" but no W.C!
  • If you have any further information or old photos relating to our pub’s history – we’d love to hear from you! Please contact Debbie Eke on 01483 762 378 or email her at