Discover Restaurants offering the best Gastropub food in Wye, Ashford, including The Carriage Restaurant, The Kings Head Restaurant, The Old Mill, The Honest Miller, The Farriers Arms, The Red Lion at Badlesmere, The Tiger Inn
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4 based on 726 reviews
Situated in the centre of a triangle between Ashford, Folkestone and Canterbury you'll find one of Kent's best-kept dining secrets. Tucked away in the quiet country village of Stowting, the 300 year-old Tiger Inn has a great reputation for serving the tas
We visited here for a birthday and had good expectations. However, would not return. Starter (risotto) was terrible, worst weâve ever tried, it was a flavourless, sloppy mush and we couldnât finish it (not even my friend who eats anything!). Main (vegetable pie) was edible at least but not great and a small portion. Came with 4 dry roast potatoes and 2 parsnips that werenât cooked so were inedible. Others in our large party were equally as disappointed. It is a beautiful building and the staff were lovely so maybe a nice place for a drink but donât eat here.
4 based on 176 reviews
The pub is a freehouse and stocks beers from all over the United Kingdom. Paul and Lisa proudly support local breweries and also offer an excellent selection of wines, cider, lager & soft drinks. Our regularly changing menus is totally Gluten Free, reflec
What a great find, The Red Lion on the Ashford Road in Badlesmere advertises that their kitchen is totally gluten free. What a joy to think that you can eat anything from their menu without having to worry.We had the tempura vegetables with sweet and sour sauce and the Lion burger, both were excellent, followed by the homemade ginger cheesecake.The hosts were wonderful, the service was great and the pub is dog friendly. They have a fantastic outdoor eating area and a play area for the little ones in the garden.If you are travelling from Faversham along the A251 Ashford Road, stop at The Red Lion in Badlesmere, we will certainly visit again.
4 based on 627 reviews
A warm welcome awaits you at our 17th Century oak-beamed Farriers Arms Public House. This characterful FREEHOUSE and Restaurant provides a warm village welcome with great food and a wide selection of Real Ales, some of which are brewed on site at our awar
Primarily we went here for a Birthday Celebration in the Function Room but also visit the Pub area during the proceeding afternoonThe pub is community owned and has a great appearance inside and out. The staff are friendly and efficient and the beer well looked after.The atmosphere inside the pub area was great and the restaurant are had lots of people eating (meals looked good & wholesome).The function are would be suitable for about 100 people so our smaller party was a little lost but had loads of space for us to move about. You do have to cross the forecourt to access the pub bar but that wasnât too much hassle. Drink prices are at the higher end of reasonable but understandable when location and isolation of the place is considered.Had a good afternoon and evening and would visit again next time in the area and would eat here next time.Thanks
4 based on 382 reviews
The Honest Miller is located in the beautiful village of brook, it has fantastic views of the downs which you can enjoy from our lovely Beer garden, while the kids play on our newly installed play area. Inside in the winter we have a cosy log fire and a g
I booked this pub due to location and also when I phoned up the owner seemed really friendly and accommodating. The pub itself is undergoing some refurbishments but that didnât put us off.The menu was short and sweet but everything on it was freshly cooked! There were also some gluten free options for myself.We were very happy with our meals, they were cooked to perfection and very tasty! The portions were huge and reasonably priced too! There was a lovely little high chair also for the baby. This is a great friendly family pub. With a lovely outdoor area also.The only downside was no baby changing area but I presume this is something that will be done in the future upon the refurbishment.
4 based on 1569 reviews
A traditional looking, privately owned pub with a large restaurant serving very, very good quality grills (with Scottish aged beef a signature menu item), seafood (fresh lobster another speciality), an expanding fresh vegetarian menu and many other meals.
On a very wet and windy Saturday evening we came for an evening meal with friends, and a very successful meal it was. The warm and friendly welcome was totally different to the horrible conditions outside and we were quickly shown to our table. There was a large selection on the menu and my wife, who is Gluten Free, hasd no difficult in finding a meal to her taste as there Gluten Free, Vegan and Vegetarian options on the menu. The food was well-presented, very tasty and efficiently served. The portion size was more than ample and it was good value for money. The setting itself is very convivial and a very good atmosphere. I would recommend The Old Mill as a very good place to eat and drink.
4 based on 657 reviews
A multi award winning gastro pub and B&B at the foot of the Wye Downs. The Kings Head all about quality: quality of food, quality of service, and quality of environment. We strive for perfection, all the while aiming to maintain a relaxed and friendly pla
We have eaten here before and it was the obvious choice for our wedding breakfast, made even more so because of the hotel above.This is a wonderful place for lunch or dinner, or indeed breakfast, with local sourced food and drink, but a wide selection of wines from further afield.We were looked after by friendly and professional staff whose visible smiles didn't shift despite our loud enjoyment, sorry to the other diners, and the wedding balloons and very eco-unfriendly plastic table decorations which we were still picking up at breakfast, which was every bit as wonderful as dinner. We live locally and unreservedly recommend The Kings Head restaurant for breakfast lunch and dinner and we can't wait to come back again soon.
4 based on 230 reviews
A relaxed comfortable restaurant located within The Railway Hotel, Faversham. Serving fresh and predominately local food prepared by experienced chef Nick Martin and his kitchen team.
Three courses for under Â£18 can't be bad, however no one is going to get fat. The pigeon was bland, the pork belly and potatoes overcooked. The chocolate brownie nice but too small.Having read so much about the pork it was very disappointing.Plenty of room between tables and quiet unobstrutive staff. Real shame as really looking forward to meal.
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