The Snooty Fox

The Snooty Fox


0.5 miles
3-5 Kings Road, Shalford, Guildford, GU4 8JU

Described by many as the heartbeat of Shalford, The Snooty Fox provides its loyal following with delicious breakfasts and lunches of all shapes and sizes. Fox-shaped lampshades illuminate the venue, and a green interior combined with wooden furniture lend it a natural ambience.

Start your day with a cooked breakfast, which comprises two rashers of bacon, sausage, baked beans, an egg cooked to your liking, grilled tomato, a hash brown, and a slice of white or granary toast. Vegetarians are also catered for with a breakfast that includes grilled halloumi. Those who prefer something a little lighter might plump for Snooty’s crunchy granola with natural yoghurt, or American-style blueberry pancakes topped with maple syrup and crispy bacon. Pop in with friends during the day for a wonderful selection of lunches and light bites. Both the rustic three-cheese macaroni and the goulash soup are ideal for escaping those wintery winds, while the salmon fishcake served with a rocket salad and yoghurt and dill dressing provides a superb summer snack. During term times, The Snooty Fox is open until 6pm with their new Fox Cubs menu and a bar menu for parents, along with a plentiful selection of hot and cold drinks. This is a great way to take the stress out of mid-week tea times. Limited bookings are now available.

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Opening Hours:
During Term Time open until
6pm for Kids Tea

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