Cafe Rouge Reigate

“Gorgeous refurbishment and superb new menu makes this lovely spot in Reigate a great place for a family meal or afternoon treat."

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“I highly recommend Cafe Rouge Reigate to all Local Mums. Beautifully located on the corner of the high street, the newly refurbished interior is stunning. It’s a gorgeous place to eat with friends or take the kids for a treat. The menu is fantastic with a good children’s set option and classic french dishes for the adults - just £12.95 for three courses is a bargain. I tried the lobster bisque, moules and creme brûlée for pudding; all were excellent. My daughter and her friend Daisy loved their burgers, healthy starters and super profiterole desserts from the set children’s menu. Followed by a walk in nearby Priory Park and a play in the playground - a perfect day in Reigate.”
Kathy McGuinness, Local Mum of four

Cafe Rouge Reigate
Café Rouge was launched in Richmond, London, in 1989 by Karen Jones and Roger Myers, foodies on a mission to recreate real French food and wine in a Parisienne bistro style setting. Rouge was also the fave hangout for Bridget and friends in ‘Bridget Jones’s Diary’, the novel that helped make us a household name. Today we continue to recreate core classics like Steak Frites, Poulet Breton, Moules and Confit de Canard as well as croques, salads and baguettes available to enjoy... with a gorgeous glass of French wine.

Cafe Rouge Reigate
1 Church Street,
Tel: 01737 223700
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