I went here last night with my fiance and 7 year old daughter. The atmosphere was lovely, staff helpful and friendly. The food was outstanding. Presented beautifully and tasted device. We can't wait to return.
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We chose two real ales from the bar and from the lunch menu starters of crab croquette and ham hock terrine, followed by main courses of monk fish scampi with saffron mayonnaise and chips. The terrine was good, but my crab croquettes were in need...More
hi the pub is in a great location and has been refurbished nicely, the problem is I think is the set up. The food is very over priced and far to poncy there are only 4 starters 3 mains and a couple of puddings and...More
I went here in February with a group of friends for supper. It is located in a beautiful village in the heart of Kent and although this is a pub, the food was certainly not pub grub. The young chef has enormous talent. I had...More
After being greeted by Jamie and our drinks order taken we were shown to our table. The restaurant was buzzing, the menu absolutely delightful - what to choose? Delicious monkfish and halibut but plenty of room left for gorgeous dessert. A bit of a delay...More
So nice to find an independent pub serving exceptionally good food with an individual menu. Caring discrete and unobtrusive service. We were four adults and two young children after a day at Bedgebury Pinetum. All satisfied. Thankyou.
Lunch at the Globe and Rainbow a small country gastro-pub in the heart of the Kent countryside. A fairly small cozy dining room with a bar attached overlooks a lovely valley and there are BBQs on the outside terrace to be had in the summer....More
Odd visit really. Recommended by friends. Service was distant. No chat. No connections. Perfunctory. Restaurant was completely lacking in atmosphere. Like an old school cafeteria. Stark wooden tables on wooden floors where every footstep clip clopped and resonated round the room. Food was delightful ........More