Surrey Streatery, Blue Mountain Cafe, Hot N Sour, and KK’s Texan Grill House
14 Nov 2014
We have several food-related openings to report! Firstly, a new “food hub” called Surrey Streatery has opened at Bridge House, 11–19 Surrey Street. This large space is home to a number of small businesses offering coffee, wraps, bread, groceries, and street food from Goa, Mexico, and elsewhere. Plenty of indoor seating is provided, and there are regular cookery demonstrations too.
A Caribbean cafe called — surprise! — Caribbean Cafe has opened at 78c Frith Road (next to Tuckers Meat Market, where Sam’s Cafe used to be), a kebab shop called Nefis Kebabs has opened at 38 South End (replacing the previous kebab shop, Bekali), and a branch of Blue Mountain Cafe has replaced the old Just Beautiful Cupcakes shop at 111a High Street.
In non-food-related news, Oliver Gold estate agents has opened at 78 London Road, a new clothes shop called Bird Cage has opened on the lower level of the Whitgift Centre (Unit 25), and a car accessories shop called Fuel Zone has opened at 96b South End.
Sara’s Diner at 65 Church Street has closed, but according to signs on the outside there will soon be a new occupant called Hot N Sour.
Swift Scissors at 108 High Street has closed, and been replaced by an accountant called Barzinji and Co Ltd.
A new Tex-Mex restaurant called KK’s Texan Grill House is due to open tomorrow (Saturday 15 November) at 300 High Street (where Frenzy pizza used to be).
Finally, PRC Employment at 291-293 High Street has joined the Berry Recruitment group, and rebranded to match.