Find out what Bar restaurants to try in Ashford including Rose and Crown, The Riverside Inn, The Blacksmiths Arms, The Kings Head Restaurant, The Bowl Inn, The Farriers Arms, The Swan Inn, The Old Mill, The Tiger Inn, Wagon & Horses
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4 based on 116 reviews
We went for Sunday lunch. The owners were "hands on"; bar / front of house and very welcoming and friendly. They have been there 30 years and their experience together with genuine love for the trade, really shows.A very cosy pub with many regulars I was told. Everywhere very clean. Service very friendly and prompt. I had the Vegetarian roast [that included vegetarian gravy]. The vegetables were fresh and I think steamed - truly good. My partner had the mixed meats roast which he said, was "excellent".I only took photos of their amazing garden so please go experience their hospitality for yourselves and enjoy the food at reasonable prices.I think this place will be great at Christmas but will be returning again before then.Thank you!
4 based on 725 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 1568 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.
Visited in the evening, candles on tables and a great atmosphere. Fantastic service by Brook recommending two burgers chef should be very proud of. Portion sizes were generous on a reasonably priced menu with lots of fresh local options. Service was relaxed but attentive, even managing to arrange the dessert to go as we couldnât finish everything - Thank you Old Mill
4 based on 293 reviews
A traditional country pub featuring a wealth of beams and open fires with a simple, unspoilt front bar and cosy restaurant bar.Set in the historic village of Little Chart in the heart of the Kent countryside, we have a lovely riverside garden and offer de
The chill of an early Autumn evening saw us in search of a cosy pub in the countryside with good food, quite where and what pub remained uncertain. So it was that we approached a T-junction in Little Chart and spotted the beautiful Dering windows of the lovely building, and we just had to Swan Inn.A warm welcome on a chilly evening was exactly what we got, and we asked if a table was available for the two of us, in no time we were ushered through, holding our Estella and rhubarb gin, to table 14. We noted three gorgeous fireplaces that had âcome back in winterâ written all over them. Concentrating now on the extensive menu, and glancing at the meals of other diners arriving, we abandoned any thought of starters, knowing the main course would be more than enough for us.My wife had a fish pie served in an earthenware pot, and topped off with cheese and potato that bubbled gently, served with cauliflower, carrots, and peas. That she uttered not a word for at least fifteen minutes told me her food was delicious and much nicer than my company. My stuffed chicken breasts demanded my full attention, so the silence was welcome; as welcome as the succulent chicken and cheesy mash that I enjoyed with similar vegetables as my wife. At this stage, we generally break our pledge to stop eating upon arrival of the sweet menu; not so tonight as I eased my belt out a notch I knew polite rejection of the menu was necessary. Our bill, with tip, was Â£42. We couldnât fault the food, the bar and serving staff were lovely, the pub an architectural delight, and fireplaces and dessert menus guaranteeing we return soon!Wow!!! Iâm speechless Thank you so much ch for a fabulous review.We are very proud of our little historic pub and so pleased you enjoyed yourselves RegardsAnn
4 based on 626 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
This really is a great place to eat. Disappointingly whether we go we can't sit in the sunny area. The food is top quality and should be enjoyed my everyone. Go visit this community pub and show your support.
4 based on 169 reviews
As regular local visitors we arrived at 17:45 (15 minutes before food being served apparently). We ordered drinks collected our own menus and went to sit in the restaurant.18:05 we positioned ourselves at a table awaiting someone to come and take our order. Nobody appeared so my wife went to the bar to order food and another drink. We wanted to order a starter but was told there wasnât any Brie wedges available so we ordered 2 mains. 18:55 we were bought our food, Missing cheese sauce which had been ordered, this turned up 5 minutes later with much of the meal already eaten. Although we were in the restaurant we had to go to the visit the bar to get ourselves drinks. Although short staffed the young Blonde waitress was doing as much as she could to keep up with the bar and food but it was not enough to keep everyone happy. The pregnant waitress disappeared out back for a rest. Very busy for mid week, great food as usual let down by not enough attentive staff.
4 based on 656 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
Lovely friendly place ,booked on line whilst travelling ,food excellant enjoyed the sourced mackerel starter.Good selection of local beers and wines.Belive they try to promote local foods ect.Good service.Belive have accomadation ,great for night stay over before getting tunnel or ferry.Would use.Nice little village.
4 based on 299 reviews
A traditional Kentish pub serving good home cooked food, daily specials, fresh fish and local suppliers.
Came here after returning from Folkestone - we had randomly selected this village to stop off at, as we wanted a drink, plus a driving break, briefly.The outside beer garden is a rustic delight, and the staff were really friendly.Conversation with my work colleague, was, as usual, exhausting - he had heard how myself and three friends had survived a lightning strike a couple of weeks ago, that eyewitnesses said, was directly above us, and heading directly at us, which then split into fork lightning, hitting a Church and a clock tower, causing a huge fire. I suppose life is never dull.He had not been able to join us for lunch earlier, so he ordered Fish and Chips - which looked top quality, indeed, and he confirmed they were exceptionally good.He had a couple of Ales which he said were very good, whilst I stuck with some Cola.This really is a pleasant pub, with a good atmosphere, a warm welcome and relaxing beer garden.Iâd recommend it.
4 based on 337 reviews
Booked a table here for lunch today and throughly enjoyed it. We had a three course meal with lots to choose from on the menu and specials board.The food was very nice, everything was fresh well presented.The service was excellent, staff very friendly, professional and welcoming from start to finish.Thinking of returning again soon with friends for an evening meal.Thank you once again for a lovely afternoon.
4 based on 397 reviews
The Rose and Crown at Mundy Bois is your quintessential County pub in the middle of an idyllic part of Kent. The 17th Century building has seen some comings and goings over the years but is now in the safe hands of Dermot and Lisa Nally since November 201
Have been here three times in past few mo the with my wife and children. Always very friendly staff. Great choice of food including vegan options and kitchen has been happy to modify items to make them vegan... they have a beer festival, comedy night and music from time to time. Great place - search it out, support it!!!
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