1. The Rose at Wickhambreaux

    Recently added to the Michelin Guide, their view:
    This characterful, 14C Kentish pub has a cosy, rustic style: dried hops hang from wooden beams, wood burning stoves provide warmth and a daily changing blackboard menu hangs on the wall. Chef-owner Billy uses seasonal, local produce from suppliers he knows well, and the resulting dishes are bursting with complementary textures and flavours. The welcoming team run the place in a charming manner. Book Here

  2. The Pig at Bridge Place, Bridge

    Their view: Our commitment to a 25-mile menu not only supports our local suppliers, but means we can be 100% honest on the provenance of our ingredients. Our local suppliers are some of the most exciting and inspiring artisan producers out there! Kent’s distinctive character and unique combination of agricultural farmland, ancient orchards, newly planted vineyards and history of hop growing, all within casting distance of the sea, means THE PIG-at Bridge Place has access to some of the freshest local fish, locally brewed beers, amazing meats, delicious fruit and award-winning English wines in the country! Book Here

  3. The Bridge Arms, Bridge

    The Bridge Arms is nestled within the beautiful rural village of Bridge situated within the Nailbourne Valley 2.5km South of the cathedral city of Canterbury. The menu concept created by Daniel, Natasha & Head Chef Josh, uses seasonal produce to support our local suppliers and to accommodate guests looking for a family friendly pub while highlighting the best British produce. All new aspects stem from the teams abundance of knowledge and previous experience, offering a new and refreshing perspective. The seasonal menu is produce driven focused on cooking over local charcoal in a Josper oven. The grade II listed building is situated only 10 miles from the coast, showcasing the surrounding natural produce providing us with an abundance of fresh & local seafood; as well as being in the center of the beautiful countryside with plentiful supply of meats and poultry. An especially important time to support local businesses, at a time when we all need each other most. Book Here

  4. Fordwich Arms, Fordwich

    another listing in the Michelin Guide, their view: England’s smallest town is a pretty little place and this elegant Arts and Crafts style building fits it perfectly. It sits in a delightful spot beside the river and its wisteria-covered terrace affords wonderful views. An impressive wood-topped bar and open fires welcome you in and the wood-panelled dining room bursts with charm. Cooking is distinctly modern, they use excellent quality ingredients, and their vision is without bounds, resulting in some impressive creativity and adventurous contrasts. The wine list contains plenty of gems from some first-class individual producers. Book Here

  5. The Grove Ferry Inn, Grove Ferry

    Located in Upstreet, just a short drive from Littlebourne, The Grove Ferry Inn is a charming pub situated on the banks of the River Stour. The menu features traditional pub fare, such as fish and chips, burgers, and steak, as well as a rotating selection of seasonal dishes. The pub also has a large beer garden with stunning views of the river. Book Here

  6. The Duck Inn, Pett Bottom

    Located in the wonderfully named village of Pett Bottom, The Duck Inn is a charming country pub that prides itself on using locally sourced, seasonal produce. The pub offers a range of dishes, from simple bar snacks to more elaborate dishes such as braised beef cheeks and pan-fried cod with roasted fennel. The pub also has a lovely garden, perfect for enjoying a drink or two in the summer months. Book Here

  7. The Duke William, Ickham

    Located in the nearby village of Ickham, The Duke William is a charming pub with a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The pub offers a range of dishes, from simple pub classics to more elaborate dishes such as lamb rump with ratatouille and dauphinoise potatoes. The pub also has a well-stocked bar, with a range of wines, beers, and spirits to choose from. Book Here

  8. The Dog at Wingham

    The Dog at Wingham is a gastropub located in the nearby village of Wingham. The menu features dishes made with local and seasonal ingredients, including slow-cooked pork belly, roast chicken breast, and grilled sea bream. The pub also has an extensive wine list and a cozy interior with a fireplace. Book Here

  9. The Pearsons Arms, Whistable

    Located in the nearby coastal town of Whitstable, The Pearsons Arms is a gastropub serving up classic British dishes with a modern twist. The menu features dishes such as slow-cooked lamb shoulder, roast cod with chorizo and potatoes, and roasted butternut squash risotto. The pub also has stunning views of the sea. Book Here

  10. The Sportsman, Seasalter

    Between the village of Seasalter and the historic market town of Faversham, The Sportsman is yet another Michelin-starred restaurant serving up exquisite dishes made with local ingredients. The menu changes daily depending on what is fresh and in season, but past dishes have included grilled oysters, monkfish with cauliflower and curry, and saddle of lamb with anchovy and garlic. The restaurant also has a beautiful garden with stunning views. Book Here