Sunny Sundridge Park is not huge but there’s plenty going on and it’s all pretty damn refined  - where should you go and what should you see?

Vibe’s here to help.

Don’t agree with our list or think we’ve missed something? You’re probably right; leave a comment below to set us straight.

Swanky sports

News Shopper:

Sundridge Park is home to both a golf club and a Lawn Tennis and Squash Rackets Club. The former has two immaculate 18-hole courses while the latter is set in six acres of grounds with 19 tennis courts – including eight grass and four clay – and four squash courts.

Curry that’s a cut above

News Shopper: Cinnamon Culture - Bromley

Cinnamon Culture is the country’s only Indian restaurant in the 2014 Michelin guide and it’s not the sort you wander in for a boozy korma after a night in the pub. There’s no dodgy 70s decor, instead it’s formal dining and gorgeous food. Read our review here.

Grab a coffee

News Shopper:

Lavender House Cafe is an award-winner and kid friendly, with an outdoor play area and games for kids. Perfect for takeaways, snacks or afternoon teas.

Pick up something for the house

News Shopper:

It seems that about half the shops in Sundridge Park are for picking up nic-nacs for your home. There are a couple of interiors shops with some beautiful pieces and the excellent Sundridge Park Antiques is full of excellent finds.

Thanks a bunch

News Shopper:

Elliza Wade Florist has some lovely plants, flowers and ornaments to brighten your home, garden and day.