Best Pub restaurants nearby. Discover the best Pub food in Tonbridge. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Pub restaurants near you.. Tonbridge (/ˈtʌnbrɪdʒ/ TUN-brij) is a market town in the English county of Kent. It is located upon the River Medway, approximately 4 miles (6 km) north of Royal Tunbridge Wells, 12 miles (19 km) south west of Maidstone and 29 miles (47 km) south east of London. It belongs to the administrative borough of Tonbridge and Malling, and had a population of 40,356 in 2015.
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4 based on 80 reviews
New management in this friendly family Pub serving honest well cooked food. Plenty of eating areas and the Landlord gave myself and son a complimentary whisky as we were celebrating my upcoming 60th going to the BSB at Brands Hatch. Thank you very much for the lift back to the unremarkable Hotel. Just try and give a few constructive observations. We are dog lovers but a dog wandering under your feet while eating may not be to everyone's taste. At Â£6.95 for desserts you are going to struggle to sell them in a family Pub. All the best.
4 based on 266 reviews
Country Pub & Carvery. Join us for Lunch or Dinner throughout the week with a regularly changing menu, and tempting specials black board. Carvery is available on Wednesdays and Sundays. Steak night is Thursday Night! We have a great playground for the kid
Went yesterday for the carvery, which was very disappointing.We had to wait in the queue for 20 minutes as it was just one person serving on the carvery station. Was looking forward to having some beef , but it was practically still alive and still mooing at me. The gammon was so salty and inedible.The roast potatoes were not home made and the rest of the veg was limp and watery.AVOID
4 based on 51 reviews
A very fancy range of interesting imported beers. I wasn't quite brave enough to go for the 10% alcohol dark beer. Cheapest pint is over a fiver. Nice decor just a bit noisy for conversations as the tiled ceiling bounces sounds back.
4 based on 681 reviews
Went here after work for drinks on a Friday evening. Staff were welcoming and friendly. There was a great atmosphere. We liked the outside terrace with plenty of seating and some welcome heaters. Will come again.
4 based on 353 reviews
We enjoyed a meal on a Friday evening. We tried 4 different dishes and they were all delicious and perfectly prepared. Our waitress, Lucy, was friendly and attentive and provided helpful guidance on dishes to try. The setting is lovely with modern decor inside and a lovely garden seating area. Definitely recommend this pub.
4 based on 730 reviews
Very disappointed with todayâs visit! 6 adults and 4 children traveled 45/60 minutes for a family get together and family members birthday. This place was recommended by a friend. First impressions, lovely pub, busy, great selection of beers. Got seated and ordered our food, we asked for our starters to come out with the childrenâs meals. Half the childrenâs food forgotten about and had to wait for it, the nachos were disgusting. We had complained but the response from the young waitress was to offer some sauce!! After an hour of waiting for our mains, I asked three members of staff to chase up our mains! One waitress started clearing the compliments that i helped myself to in advance. I did say weâre waiting for our dinner! she didnât seemed bothered. When the roast dinners arrived they were old, cold and warmed up with gravy. The potatoes and pork were terrible and inedible. The chicken and the beef on the roasts were good and the fish and chips were nice. The service needs fast improvement! Donât have a large restaurant if you canât resource it when full! Unfortunately the younger staff didnât have a clue about hospitality or know how to serve the customers. Training for them is required or replace them with experienced staff. We did receive an apology and a discount to our bill, but we left unhappy that our experience had ruined our afternoon and our childâs birthday.
4 based on 920 reviews
Come here very regularly for our roasts, which are normally top notch & cannot be beaten..anywhere....but today, not so....something off key here...Roasts presented, then had to wait almost 10 minutes for our veg (asked waitresses twice)in which time our dinners had lost their heat....only to then be given a bowl full of green, just green.....complained, only to be told, âthere are no carrots In the buildingâ and âcauliflower is too expensive at the momentâ....!!!...bizarre...apparently this is their âsummer vegâ....having visited for over 10 years & experienced the summer & winter veg, I am well aware it changes, however, a mound of broccoli & 6 mange-tout, doesnât constitute mixed veg...just a sea of green...very disappointing..We had also ordered a side of creamed peas with bacon...bacon very fatty, not normal standard, very unappetising...So disappointed didnât even stay for pudding which is a first...wanted to just go....Whatever it is you normally do, please just bring it back...:such a shame...Hi MikeDubs2010,I spoke to you at the time and therefore very disappointed that you have felt the need to post a review. Seasonal vegetables at the best price are what we do, and I am sorry that your favourite veg was unavailable at the time due to issues with quality, seasonal availability and cost. If you wish to discuss this further, you can e-mail [email protected]~ Kris, Deputy Manager
4 based on 215 reviews
a 16th century pub/restaurant offering honest, freshly cooked lunch and dinner. Restaurant closed Sun and Monday evenings. Gluten free and vegan options available. Dogs welcome in the bar and attractive garden. 4 real ales on tap.
We ate here a couple of weeks ago and very pleasantly surprised at the quality of food and portions,the ham was particularly delicious on that occasion and plentiful. Sadly that was not replicated today, ham was grisly and mean in amount. One waitress seemed to be doing everything in busy pub,doing a good job but it meant everything felt rushed and no time for niceties. Hadn't previously noted automatic 10% service charge unusual in pub like this and something that grates, sadly won't rush back unless walking in this area and maybe just a drink
4 based on 1141 reviews
We arrived at the vauxhall to be greater with a friendly welcome by a young lady named Vicky who showed us to are seats with a smile.She had expert knowledge of her menu.The food arrived quickly, was well presented and cooked well. We would eat here again.513wondermum, thank you for your kind words and this wonderful review! Vicky is a wonderful team member and will love hearing that her service met your expectations We look forward to your next visit, take care!
5 based on 165 reviews
Beautiful Kentish country pub, privately owned by Richard and Fran. Offering a relaxed traditional pub feel, not formal or a gastro, just a good simple pub. Great local beers from interesting breweries, good wines and decent tasty homemade pub grub, and l
Went for Saturday lunch with friends. The service was not rushed which is what we wanted. The staff were pleasant and helpful. The food was excellent. Big portions and good value for money. There are some quirky elements which makes the place interesting. I would certainly go again. An enjoyable experience
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