Located on the outskirts of the pretty market town of Dorking, The Falkland Arms is somewhere for both sunny days and chilly nights. Managing to be all things to all people, it caters for pretty much every eventuality.
In the summer, the lovely beer garden comes into its own, with the mature beds and hanging baskets blooming. It’s a lovely setting for an afternoon’s wining and dining. Inside, the stylish heritage green and white colour scheme, wingback chairs and cosy corners make this pub perfect for when the weather takes a turn for the worse. Rugby fans can put their feet up, pint of Young’s in hand, and watch the game thanks to the large plasma screens. The Falkland Arms is also ideal for those with something to celebrate, as the team can cater for everything from weddings to birthdays. Of course, the food served here is of excellent quality. Centred around pub classics, the menu offers such starters as fried whitebait, but also sharing platters for two – the baked Camembert option is served with onion chutney and a sliced baguette. Young’s beer-battered fish with chunky chips, peas and tartare sauce is a classic main that can’t be beaten – although the steak and ale pie is a close contender. After lemon tart drizzled with mango coulis and paired with cream to finish, you’ll leave thoroughly impressed and definitely satisfied. Light bites are available, and the traditional Sunday roast is highly popular, so booking is recommended. With generous portions of quality food served with a genuine smile, The Falkland Arms is busy every night of the week.