The Wheel at Westwell offers a warm welcome with fabulous home cooked food served lunch and evening time. Children are made very welcome at The Wheel as are dogs. The Wheel has a large garden for you to enjoy whilst sipping a cool beer or maybe a glass of Pimms on a warm sunny evening.
The Inn offers excellent food using the finest local produce. With a wide range of seasonal specials, classic dishes and vegetarian options.
The main bar and dining area are non-smoking.
A good selection of bar meals are served at lunchtime and early evening. Shepherd Neame’s famous Kentish Ales are on offer in the bars together with a wide range of wines from around the world.
A large garden welcomes you and the Summer sun, whilst a roaring log fire warms the Winter nights.
The Tiger Inn at Stowting is a warm and friendly pub with a traditional feel. With log burning fires, wooden floors and rustic tables, the atmosphere is cosy and friendly, and very popular with locals and visitors alike.
Well known for its excellent home-made food and its selection of six real ales and fine wines, it is the perfect venue for a night out or a quiet drink.
Located near several walking and riding routes it is an ideal stop-off to replenish your energy before continuing your journey.
Situated in the lovely rural village of Stowting the pub looks out on picturesque. Kentish countryside. The beer terrace at the front of the pub acts as a sun trap during the day and and provides a romantic setting after dark.
The bar and restaurant are ideal for families too as children are welcome and we even supply a children's menu.
We cater for everyone with a no-smoking restaurant and wheelchair access. Dogs are welcome in the bar and there are facilities for tying up horses in the car park.
The pub itself is over 250 years old and has changed its name on numerous occassions, finally settling on The Tiger Inn in 1980. Whilst the origin of the name is not clear, it is rumoured that a tiger escaped from a visiting circus and, being tempted to the pub by the delicious smells, was promptly captured by the locals with a large tablecloth!
The Wife of Bath is a restaurant with rooms situated in the medieval village of Wye in the heart of rural Kent with easy access to London, Canterbury, Ashford and the Kent Coast.
The restaurant offers exceptional quality, innovative food, a fabulous selection of wines, spirits and cocktails.
Love your food and drink? You'll love it here. Our imaginative menus are created from the finest local and seasonal produce and our eclectic drinks lists feature wines from new, old and emerging regions, classic cocktails, premium spirits and memorable malts. And all of this delivered with relaxed informality in gorgeous, elegant surroundings.
Pop in for lunch, settle in for dinner.
The Secret Garden is a licensed Restaurant set amongst the beautiful Kent countryside. It boasts a large Victorian walled garden, currently being restored back to its former glory following a few years of neglect.
There is a large working Kitchen Garden which provides the Restaurant with seasonal, home grown fruit and vegetables, as well as cut flowers.
We pride ourselves on offering freshly cooked food using fresh, local & home grown ingredients, we also bake our own bread daily.
As we have such beautiful relaxing surroundings, we are open for brunch, coffee, tea and home made cakes as well as a light lunch or A la Carte lunch and dinner. Weather permitting; you can dine on the Terrace overlooking the garden.
Visit us at The Secret Garden and discover good food, wine and a friendly atmosphere.
The Goods Shed opened in 2002 as a daily farmers market with onsite restaurant using the local market produce. Its evolution to include a ‘food hall’ reaching further afield to stock a fuller, more complete shop – has in turn lead to a greater turnover of fresh local produce and more British Cottage industries being bought to the consumer.
Its continuing success, (your support) along with many other home grown produce outlets has, we believe, directly contributed to the supermarkets responding by stocking more local British produce.
Experience the best of Italian and Continental Cuisine, Warm and friendly atmosphere, friendly helpful service. Extensive A la Carte menu offering traditional Italian dishes, freshly prepared from local produce where possible, in a selection of fish, meat and vegetarian dishes. Mouthwatering desserts, speciality coffees and liqueurs. Wide range of Italian products. Child friendly environment with the use of highchairs and changing unit etc. Please contact 01233 812789
Eddie Gilbert’s is a quality fishmonger, a gourmet fish and chip shop and a fine restaurant with a Michelin trained chef here in the heart of bustling beautiful Ramsgate.
Conceived by Jonny Dunhill some years ago, The philosophy is simple; to sell the finest quality food sourced as locally as possible.
We buy fish direct from the local fishing boats every day. We use local potatoes and vegetable growers and source our meats from Kent. We use our award winning local brewer for beer, and also feature Kent wines in the restaurant.
Definitely worth a visit when your holidaying in Kent, this little gem is one of Kent's best.
Award-winning country pub, steeped in history, fantastic for families, cricketers, and vintage car enthusiasts! Offers real ales, delicious food, picturesque views, two blazing log fires in inglenook fireplaces in the winter, and in the summer a delightful garden, embraced by wild roses with a pond.
Number 75 Dining Room and Wine Bar in Tenterden is conveniently situated on the famous tree lined High Street in the Wealden town of Tenterden, perfect for for brunch, lunch, dinner and Sunday Roasts. There is a delightful Al Fresco area at Number 75, it has a large terrace -great to relax in on a summers afternoon.
Real tradition is alive in this 14th century medieval building which has been The Phoenix from at least 1877. Beer was probably brewed on the premises in the early days and it retains its traditional warm welcoming atmosphere. Step back in time in the oak beamed rooms and relax in the chesterfield sofas by the inglenook open log fires in winter or enjoy the delights of the garden in summer.
The Real Food, freshly prepared daily to order, is a delight to taste and highly praised whether from the bar menu including whitebait, homemade fishcakes and stilton mushrooms, all of which double as starters, giant Phoenix Gourmet Burger with a hidden mozzarella surprise or the traditional “Pub Grub”. In the evening and all day Friday and Saturday the menu is enhanced with a regular changing choice of A la Carte based on meat, poultry and fish. Sunday lunch is legendary and additionally when in season, on Thursday evening enjoy Game, Set and Match; Game to eat, a one or two course Set menu and wines to Match.
This charming 13th Century Inn, complete with log fires and beamed ceilings, focuses ambitiously on sourced all its ingredients (within reason!) from a 30 mile radius. Relax in the warm and stylish dining space and enjoy the astounding variety of dishes, all served to a high standard and respectful of responsible production. With the dishes on offer truly spectacular but the prices reasonable, The George and Dragon would be perfect for a special celebratory meal, a romantic dinner for two or a long overdue catch up with the family... Comes very highly recommended! Tel: 01892 863125