Find out what European restaurants to try in Ticehurst including The Great House, Apicius, The Poet, The Cloudberry, Casa Da Claudia, Vittle and Swig, Don Giovanni, Soprano Tapas & Wine Bar, The Warren
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4 based on 390 reviews
The Warren Restaurant is an extension of The Crowborough Estate, holding stock of Sussex cattle, Boer goats, Fallow deer, and Wild boar among others which the restaurant draws on for its menu. Given the provenance, the kitchen predominantly cooks British
I booked my motherâs 76th birthday at The Warren and we all travelled down separately from London and Sevenoaks to meet for lunch there. When we arrived, the restaurant was shut and there was a note saying that due to technical difficulties, the restaurant was closed. I received no email nor telephone call which would have prevented this wasted journey. I have since called 3 times and have not revived a call back. I think this is unprecedented in my experience.I wouldnât go here. There is clearly something peculiar at large here. Avoid at all costs.
4 based on 456 reviews
My Daughter and I came here with a "Groupon Voucher" - Good value and nice food, staff were polite and attentive.Will come again, without the voucher, so their promotion worked for new customers.
4 based on 282 reviews
Tunbridge Wells has a number of restaurants, but we have often found it difficult to consistently get decent food at a reasonable price. Each time we've been to Don G, we've left with a feeling of satisfaction.The last time we visited, it was quiet, (thus echoing some of the other reviews here), but service, food and wine were all good. There were 4 of us, and all enjoyed our choices, which were selected across the menu range.
5 based on 276 reviews
Relaxed, contemporary dining in the centre of Royal Tunbridge Wells. Perfect for lunch, right by the shopping centre or take a quiet table for business lunches. We also have seating around the bar for drinks and a separate bar bites menu. Open from 12 Tue
We had an enjoyable Sunday lunch. I had the belly of pork and my wife had the chicken. Both were individually cooked, nicely presented and were delicious.as were the deserts.The staff and chef were helpful and were flexible in accommodating our needs.We will certainly return.
5 based on 224 reviews
Casa Da Claudia is a unique, rustic cafÃ©, just off the high street in Tunbridge Wells. Serving breakfast, brunches and lunches, to beautiful cakes and pastries. We also specialise in corporate/business and event catering. The cafÃ© is open 7 days a week, M
A full English for me and a panini for the hubby (it was brunch time!). My substantial brekkie all came piping hot with toast and was delicious. Hubby said his panini was lovely. Would definitely recommend and go again if in Tunbridge Wells.
5 based on 61 reviews
A modern British restaurant with an ever-changing menu using the best local and seasonal produce. The focus is on flavour, for food lovers in a relaxed setting.
A charming restaurant with excellent cuisine and friendly service from the owner herself. The wine list was varied and both bottles we tried (the Portuguese red and the Italian Nero) went perfectly with the carpaccio and lamb cutlets respectively. We didnât try everywhere in Cranbrook but nothing we did came close to The Cloudberry.
4 based on 727 reviews
We believe that your dining experience with us starts the moment you walk through our door. A friendly greeting from our front of house team, lead by co-owner Andy Urbanek and Manager Simon Moore. The Poet offers a vast selection of craft gins, handpicked
The tasting menu with the wine flight is not the cheapest night out, but it makes a special occasion even more special. The food quality and presentation is exceptional. The service is friendly, attentive and informative without being overbearing or pretentious. The Poet may be a pub, but this is top restaurant food and service.
5 based on 256 reviews
We had a wonderful meal whilst reminiscing about our memories of living in this house 52 years ago (previously a greengrocer's) and seeing how it has been transformed into delightful restaurant. A special 60th birthday treat that was emotional and accompanied by delicious food and our hosts care and interest in recollections. Would love to bring back the whole family. Thanks to all of you at Apicius.
4 based on 710 reviews
The Great House pub and restaurant, between the Kent villages of Cranbrook and Hawkshurst, is set in some of the most celebrated countryside in all of Europe. Within its own superbly kept grounds, this 16th century inn more than lives up to its location w
Saw the pictures, and read the reviews, but the reality fell far short. The bar area was grubby with food smears on the floor so not an enticing entry. The burger was ok but my chicken kebab with vegetables turned out to be four or five large chunks of meat with unappetising charred slices of capsicum and onion in between. It looked as if no chef had any input into this meal. The accompanying flatbread was dry and stale. This is pub grub.Good morning Katie,I am sorry to hear about your visit. Please could you email me to discuss further. Regards, Sian
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