Brewery, Winery or Distillery
About this Business
12:00 PM - 11:59 PM
- Pub Food
From Our Editors
This traditional British pub, located between Maidstone and Ashford, serves up drinks and English cuisine for both locals and passers-by. Once a thatched farmhouse built in the reign of Elizabeth I, it got its ale and cider licence in 1709 and has been trading ever since. A pint of beer can complement traditional Sunday carvery or a hearty serving of fish and chips.
Food well presented. Staff very helpful and willing.
The food was not great - atmosphere was a little sad as the landlord and his wife were in the process of moving out.
Landlord very friendly. Good value for price but deli meat. Badly needs refurbishment
Real old village pub.friendly staff and excellent home cooked pub meal.
Decent solid pub grub - friendly service
Awful, grubby and poor quality food
Sunday lunch wouldn't have been worth the full price they advertise but ok for what we paid with Groupon
Excellent, good food, and pleasant people run this pub.
I cannot believe that Shepherd Neame have given them notice to leave, at the end of July.
Apparently not selling enough beer!!!!!
Not very often you find this kind of establishment now, usually chain run pubs.
Shepherd Neame have not even let them have the 3 year contract to build up the customer base.
As usual greed.
Good food, lovely ambience
Red Lion Charing Heath