Find out what Pub restaurants to try in Gillingham including The Tudor Rose, The Harrow Inn, The Flippin' Frog, The Three Mariners, The Ship Tavern, The White Horse, Spyglass & Kettle, The George Vaults Brasserie, King George V, Cargo
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4 based on 44 reviews
CARGO an award-winning bar and grill run by the University of Kent, and conveniently located next to Liberty Quays student accommodation. Choose from tasty classic burgers, grills, sizzling dishes of chicken fajitas, and many more! Plus, check out CARGO f
Popped in one evening whilst staying at the nearby Premier Inn. We're not exactly the student age group these days! but that didn't matter we were made very welcome. Light and airy with great booths. The food was lovely huge portions and very reasonable prices. Would definitely recommend (suspect Friday/Saturday evenings might get a bit louder than when we were in though!)Thank you for your recent visit to Cargo and really appreciate the time you took to leave us a great review. Hopefully we will see you return soon. Best Wishes Sam
4 based on 104 reviews
We had a lovely Roast Dinner here today with Butternut and Sweet Potato Veggie Sausages for the vegetarian mother in Law. Thick slices of Beef and a lovely Lamb Shank, huge jugs of gravy and a sizeable selection dish of fresh veg. All hot and delicious. The sponge puddings are super too !. Friendly staff and good service. This unpretentious and traditional old pub is very friendly with a great selection of beers and gins. There is live music listed on their Facebook page so we are going to pop in for that also before Christmas.
4 based on 257 reviews
ONCE A CHURCH, PREVIOUSLY AN INN, NOW A CONTEMPORARY BRASSERIE WINE BAR For generations residents and visitors have delighted in the rich history and architecture that combine to make Rochester, Kent's shining light in the Garden of England. At the George
Decided to see what the fuss was about after hearing many many people talk about it. I was greeted by two lovely bartenders my drinks was served in a quick and efficient manner. Drinks tasty. I would return in the area. Thank you for your wonderful review, we are very pleased to hear your experiance reflected all the fuss you have heard about us and you enjoyed our service and beverages. We look forward to you visiting again soon :)
4 based on 173 reviews
Iâve not been here for a long time. The place has really changed for the better. The food was very good and reasonably priced. The staff were courteous, professional and above all knowledgeable about the food and the drinks they have to offer. Thank you for you kind comments! I will be sure to pass this along to the team and hopefully we will see you again soon!
4 based on 343 reviews
A friendly village pub offering a warm welcome to all. Serving a traditional English menu including fabulous Sunday Roasts starting at just Â£9.95, our amazing steak on a stone, a full al a carte selection as well as traditional bar food. For lunchtimes we
We stumbled upon this lovely pub after a day at Diggerland.We had a wonderful meal consisting of 3 courses - the roast was the best had in while and the deserts were amazing! The manager was so accommodating for our 2 young families and couldnât do enough for us. Next time we are in the area we will certainly be back.Thank you! XHi Thank you for your review. It was lovely to meet you and your families. We look forward to seeing you all again soon
4 based on 266 reviews
A great British Tavern sitting upon the River Medway, in Upnor village. Serving traditional cask ales, ciders and lagers. A team of chefs, and friendly warm staff serving traditional British Fayre, specialising in fresh fish and local produce. Relax on th
Lovely quiet pub overlooking the river. We decided to eat inside as it was very peaceful and comfortable. The portion of steak and ale pie with mash and peas was enormous. It was delicious but in spite of not having breakfast I couldn't finish it. I did have a small problem with the ladies loo. I couldn't find the light switch, the doors didn't seem to lock and there was no handbag hook and I do hate having to put my bag on the floor. However I could have asked for help with the switch, left my bag with my husband and sang while in the loo. A great lunch we will be back.Thank you, Margaretena, most kind of you to take the time to place a nice review. I will instruct some hooks for the ladies loos, nobody has ever said this before. The lights are in the bmain kitchen they should have been put on by staff in the morning, i will have a word with them for the future, many thanks.
4 based on 186 reviews
Called in on the off chance for a meal and told in a very un like able manner FULL so i asked could we maybe wait NO FULL ,we had a drink in the dogâs garden sorry then left.Sorry but you need to be a local in this pub.We are very sorry we were not able to offer you food on this occasion. We do get very busy at weekends and very often are completely full or sold out. We therefore always request that customers book in order to avoid disappointment. We trust that you may return sometime in the future.
4 based on 75 reviews
Lovely small micro pub with a good choice of different style beer and cider. Good prices. Very friendly clientele and made to feel welcome although not a local and just visiting.
4 based on 330 reviews
The Harrow Inn at Lidsing Pub & Restaurant in Kent is a fantastic country Pub and Restaurant, steeped in over 220 years of history and heritage.Located in the small Hamlet of Lidsing, just outside Maidstone, Gillingham and Lordswood the building itself ha
My friends and I have been meeting monthly for lunch for a long while now and have been in many a hostelry and tea shops in the towns.Today was our second visit to The Harrow and it was as welcoming as the first visit.Clare ,the owner is a delight and could not be more helpful and had lit the fire to warm it up as it was so miserable out. To walk into a pub's restaurant and see tables set with white clothes and shiny cutlery,a flower and glassware is a joy to me.We had wonderful freshly cooked fish finger sandwiches(real fish) cooked to perfection and wonderful light batter one friend had a bruschetta with chilli and cheese and another had mushroom soup which she pronounced "the best she had ever tasted".On our previous visit ,there had been mention of Lemon Meringue Pie and Clare had one today especially for us,it was delicious.So we sat and chatted drinking our tap water and decided to book our Christmas lunch and obviously, booking next months lunch although seeing the menu we have decided to have a cooked main next time and the order for our Lemon Meringue Pie is also in the book. It may be slightly off the beaten track but it is so worth a visit we could not fault it thank you Clare and staffThank you for your glowing review. It is lovely to know that you are coming back with your friends and family over the coming months. Hopefully you will get to enjoy all the food on the menu. I look forward to seeing you next month if not sooner.
4 based on 544 reviews
Set in a old fishing village a hidden gem down a lovely cobbled street,a little bit of Cornwall in the Medway towns backing on to the historic Upnor castle. Now open all day and serving food from 12 to 3 and 6 to 9 Monday to Saturday and Sunday 12 to 4, p
This lumch was nice in the garden. Sweet little pub. Perfect end to a day and not too long to wait either.Thank you for your review we hope too see you all again very soon. Many thanks Mark.
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