Sunbury Eats

Where to get a bite to eat — favorite independent cafes post-Sunbury

Dish Cafe — A wonderful place for a coffee or light bite (and one of the few that is open from 6 am daily). After you order at the counter, head to the back of the restaurant. There is a small outdoor courtyard with a few tables that can be easy to miss. ✆ +44 2089 411095 
3 Bridge Road, East Molesey KT8 9EU

Mada Deli — A few doors down is Mada Deli that features consistently good food (love that breakfast is served until 4 pm). Outdoor seating for people watching is a premium on the weekends — so you will need to go early to get a seat in the sunshine. ✆ +44 2089 797553
11 Bridge Road, East Molesey KT89EU

The added bonus of refueling in East Molesey is more antique shops (if you are not on sensory overload from Kempton!).

Cafe Menta — Up the street is Cafe Menta — a great place for breakfast and salads. The owner is friendly and has a knack for remembering customer's preferences. On my second visit he already knew the variations to my omelette and fresh squeezed juice combination.
✆ +44 1372 467559
64 High Street, Esher, Surrey KT10 9QS

G!RO Cafe — Part cycle shop, part cafe, G!RO is known from their organic coffee and health conscience dishes for the fitness set. However, the delicious baked goods (sourced from Pinnocks Coffee House in Ripley) are not to be missed — my top pick is the chocolate and raspberry brownie. ✆ +44 1372 701701
2 High Street, Esher, Surrey KT10 9RT

If you need a pick-me-up while shopping at Kempton, The Great British Toastie Company tea van strategically placed halfway through the market is a popular stop. 

Located in front of the grandstand is newcomer, Cafe Noir that serves up donuts and waffles — less of a queue (for now). Wherever you end up going, I can't think of a better way to spend the morning!

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