Welcome To 143 The Canopy Restaurant "Winner & Finalist Business Excellence Awards 2011/2012" Located on High Street, Epsom, just a stone’s throw from the clock tower, 143 The Canopy Restaurant is an independent local Restaurant opened by Sean & Joyce Mooney in 2009. The Canopy uses only the freshest ingredients sourced locally & was awarded a Gold Medal for the Eat out & Eat Well Charter. We are able to cater for special dietary requirements, particularly gluten free meals. The venue is an ideal location for parties, and hosts a private dining room for those smaller occasions be it business or pleasure.
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143 The Canopy
143 High Street EpsomSurreySurreyKT19 8EH
Obviously a very popular restaurant now, and I do not think they knew it? I popped in a printed review and the manager seemed surprised anyone performed on line reviews as they do on Yelp and Qype?more
The Canopy is at the higher end of what is admittedly a rather narrow spectrum of restaurants in Epsom.
We visited during a busy-ish lunchtime and were still there almost an hour and a half later: this is perhaps not the place to go if you're in need of a quick bite. My wife went for the two-course £13 lunch menu, choosing a delicious sliced chicken breast with aubergine compote in a red...more
+ novel (gimmicky?) way to cook steak
+ choice of 3 men's fragrances in the loos
+ wheelchair accessible
- don't bring children if you plan to have steak!
- small inconsistencies
Four of us came here for dinner on a Thursday night and were seated at the small round table by the bar. For starter, I had the special of the day which was chicken liver salad with bacon....more
I love supporting local independent restaurants and so, I was really excited to spot the sign for The Canopy Restaurant as I drove through Epsom recently. It's nice to see a new place open despite the adverse economic climate
For those with long enough memories, The Canopy occupies the site of the old Roosters fast food joint near the back entrance to the Ashley Centre. It closed amidst a sea...more