Bel & The Dragon (Godalming)

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British
  • Old Church, Bridge Street, Godalming, Surrey GU7 1HY
  • 01483 527 333
  • £20 - £30 VISA MASTER CARD
Opening Hours
Monday - Saturday 12:00 - 15:00 | 18:00 - 22:00
Sunday 12:00 - 21:00
Bar
Bar
Child Friendly
Child Friendly
Parties Welcome
Parties Welcome
Vegetarian
Vegetarian
Wheelchair Access
Wheelchair Access

Bel & The Dragon (Godalming) is a British restaurant and bar nestled in Surrey's picturesque market town of Godalming, just a short stroll away from the River Wey. Formerly a congressional church built in the 1600s, Bel & The Dragon's striking architecture has been maintained to beautifully reflect the grand nature of the historic building. First converted into a bar and restaurant in the late 1990's, Bel & The Dragon's most recent makeover was masterminded by interior designer, Nicola Harding, which has resulted in a spectacular new interior that offers an array of flexible spaces for both eating and drinking – whether it is a morning coffee on the sunny terrace, cocktails at the bar or private dining on the mezzanine. Group Head Chef and former Sous Chef of Gordon Ramsay at Claridges, Ronnie Kimbugwe, has created a menu full of twists on an array of classic British dishes, with the focus on local, sustainable and, above all, quality ingredients. At the bar, cocktails are high on the agenda with an impressive list that includes classics such as the Margarita and the Mojito alongside Bel & The Dragon's own creations; the Bel Bloody Caesar and the Elderbubble. An equally tempting selection of wines, from around the world, including some of the very best vintages of fine wines are also available. Weekends are a relaxed affair at Bel & The Dragon with the Brunch Menu offering a classic Sunday lunch with all the trimmings, that can be enjoyed with friends and family over a glass or two of wine.

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