Reviews on International food in Ticehurst, United Kingdom including The Royal Oak Pub, Salehurst Halt and The Salehurst Halt, Star & Eagle Restaurant, Royal Oak Hotel, The Royal Oak Whatlington
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4 based on 102 reviews
Stumbled across this place as we were going to the Paul Weller gig at Bedgebury Pinetum. Had dinner and drinks here - the steak and Guinness Pie was to die for and my wife went for a ploughmans which was a very generous portion. The staff were excellent and I would highly recommend this place.
4 based on 273 reviews
We arranged to meet 2 friends here for lunch- itâs a favourite destination of us all. We left an answerphone message to book and arrived to be greeted by the lovely landlady and to find our table in the garden prepared. We sat under the vine in the always pretty garden. The men ordered the chicken curry and the ladies the best quiche we had ever tasted. The beer and wine were excellent and the puddings divine. Thank you for a super time.Thank you for taking the time to write such a lovely review.We do appreciate our regular customers.
4 based on 194 reviews
The meal was OK but nothing special. The restaurant down the street provides a better value. The lemon desert, however, was fabulous. But the strawberry desert was meager. I couldn't believe how few berries were provided. Also, I've never had such a small pour of Scotch. All and all, the food was OK but the value was poor.
4 based on 85 reviews
Welcome to The Royal Oak Hotel, Pub & Restaurant. A traditional British pub with a traditional British menu, we have a history of warm welcomes from the management & staff. Situated on the Kent and East Sussex border, we are 7 miles from Sissinghurst Cast
You cannot fault the welcome by the landlord. He was very friendly, charming and accommodating. The ambiance is rather nice and we were looking forward to a nice meal. Unfortunately, the quality was below par. The risotto in particular was grey and tasteless, mainly because it contained hardly any other ingredients and was not seasoned.Good landlord, bad chef ... a combination that isn't promising.
4 based on 287 reviews
Charming and full of character 15th Century Inn, dating back to 1490. Situated at the heart of the village of Whatlington, on the A21, just a few minutes outside Battle and the seaside town of Hastings. With a wealth of original features including the lar
Dropped in for a snack. A proper pub;Good service, beams, low ceilings and character.Food seems to be Greek based.We had simple wraps well filled & fresh ingredients. Tasty.One week-end we will try their Saturday night meze dinner.Parking can be a challenge. Good looking garden at backLunch service closes at 2.30pm so we missed it for a second visit! Pity.
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