Monday - Saturday: 06.30 - 09.30
Sunday: 08.00 - 10.00
Daily: 12.30 - 14.30
Daily: 19.00 - 21.30
- Disabled Access
- Private Dining
- Free WiFi
- Outside Seating Area
- Families and Children Welcome
About Watermark Restaurant
Floor-to-ceiling windows flaunt the dazzling natural beauty literally on your doorstep when you dine at The Watermark. If you can bear to tear yourself away (tucking in to that succulent steak or pan-fried cod fillet), you can eat easy knowing that we take great pride in supporting our local suppliers and promoting animal welfare. Yes siree! We get our Casterbridge beef from carefully selected English farms where animal welfare is a top priority; insisting on Red Tractor accreditation, we champion a ‘farm to fork’ supply chain. What’s more, our Norbury Blue cheese comes from Surrey’s only artisan cheesemakers, and our eggs arrive fresh from local, family-run Great Hookley Farm.
Chef has created a seasonal, brasserie-style menu that celebrates the local Surrey produce available on our doorstep. Cooking up the authentic flavours of this bountiful home county, served with a side of stunning lakeside views, dining at The Watermark offers you a truly sensory experience.
Near enough no atmosphere. Shoved to the while there was an event going on. No music. No atmosphere. Can barely be classed as a restaurant, drab. Cream tea served without jam. Waiter disappeared so couldn't ask for anything. 'Discretionary' service charge added to the bill for dinner - so very rude to just add this. If I wanted to tip then I would and I certainly didn't but felt so uncomfortable I couldn't bring myself to tell him to take it off - I suppose this is what you're banking on though.
Great night stay, nice food & very good service.
We had a confirmed booking for Sunday 7th Oct at 1.00pm and received an email stating this. When we arrived at the restaurant, there was no booking under our name at all. Fortunately, you still had a spare table by the window so we had some lunch there. We came back to the hotel to celebrate our 9th Wedding Anniversary having got married at Frensham Ponds on the 9th October 2009. I think we would have been rather annoyed if there were no spare tables. Maybe your reception and reservations need to communicate to each other. Would have been really disappointing if you could not help us.
your records do not seem to have registered our cancelletion for 6th October, when we called to arrange lunch on 13th October and on 10th December.
Gladly giving you 5 stars all round. This was not my first visit but as always I and my guests were extremely pleased with the both the service and food and we have already recommended you to several people. We will be back!
Our second stay at the Frensham Pond Hotel and we found the Food quality,The buffet breakfast choice is excellent and plentiful.The evening menu has something for most people and is of a very high quality and very tasty along with presentation and service we found outstanding.We are looking forward to our next visit.
A lovely meal in great surroundings/
Thank you for a lovely Sunday lunch!
Great views, great food , nice staff ,but place needs updating and a needs good clean ( specially outside)
Interesting fine dining offer, but not at the level of the international standards (France, Michelin Guide, etc...) for the same range of prices.
Staff amazing and food excellent. Would have been more atmosphere if more people but a thoroughly enjoyable evening.
The hotel itself was lovely, and the restaurant also followed suit. The food was delicious, but perhaps a little expensive (especially with the side dishes). The service was wonderful.
If we were asked once if everything was alright we were asked a dozen times. Became a bit of a nuisance. Sugar snap peas served with a roast NO. Vegetables not particularly fresh. I had 3 cups of coffee while there and none were hot. Gave it 3 goes all served warm.