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This was our first visit but had heard good things about Shampan at the Spinning Wheel. As soon as you walk in you can tell your in for a treat. The ambiance and style of the restaurant is akin to a high end restaurant you would expect to find in London. The food was fantastic and I would say up there with the best. Would highly recommend. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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The Eight Bells Hotel is a traditional grade two listed country pub and restaurant.
The building was devastated by fire in the early 1990's and was later restored to its former glory. Some of the original Oak beams survived the fire which are around 400 years old.
We offer a fine selection of traditional cask and keg ales, lagers, spirits and wines. We have two bars catering for all tastes, one with an open fire, pool, darts and high definition TV, and a quieter relaxed traditional atmosphere in the other.
Our cozy restaurant with its wood burner offers traditional pub food and leads to our new terrace where diners can enjoy the outside atmosphere.More
Welcome to Hythe Bay, we are looking forward to serving you!
Diners can expect a warm welcome as well as complimentary baked bread rolls and mackerel pate. We are a family friendly Seafood Restaurant in close proximity to the beach with panoramic views of Dover Harbour and the White Cliffs. Al Fresco dining facilities are open during the Summer months. A selection of seafood, meat and vegetarian options are available on our menu. Our owners motto is always Quality not Compromise; as we are always looking for our customers to enjoy their experience with us from quality local food produce to excellent service.More
A proper community pub, The Rose & Crown in Wrotham doesn’t do fruit machines or blaring TVs, just good ales, hearty food and a social bar - with muddy boots, walkers and well-behaved dogs all welcome. Located right in the middle of the high street, it’s the heart of the village in every sense. Kentish ales from Shepherd Neame are served alongside seasonal ales, regular guest beers from micro-breweries and an excellent selection of wines - all of which are perhaps best enjoyed beside one of two roaring fires in winter or warmer months on the patio. The menu at The Rose and Crown offers home-cooked, traditional pub grub made with local produce, and available every day except Monday. There are often fresh, locally caught fish, grills and burgers, plus seasonal and weekly specials, freshly baked baguettes and plenty of vegetarian options.More