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Surma Valley Indian Restaurant
Salisbury Road
Fordingbridge
Hampshire

SP6 1LX | View map
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This New Forest restaurant is newly redecorated and totally renewed internally to a very high specification providing a 100 cover restaurant with large open inglenook fireplace and low beams and several private dining areas, offering a contemporary and intimate dining experience.

There is a good sized bar with comfortable leather seating that is arranged around the open fireplace and also with views over the garden. There are French doors on both sides of the bar which are open during the summer months for guests to enjoy the terrace and gardens. The outside garden includes a large level area that marquees are erected on for functions, weddings etc.

We also do takeaways and have 3 high quality double en-suite letting rooms available for visitors who would rather not drive home after their visit to the restaurant. The opening hours are 12 to 2.30 and 5.00 to 11.00 7 days per week

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