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a 16th century pub/restaurant offering honest, freshly cooked lunch and dinner. Restaurant closed Sun and Monday evenings. Gluten free and vegan options available. Dogs welcome in the bar and attractive garden. 4 real ales on tap.
Popped in this Sunday at 2.40pm for a table for lunch as had seen good reviews. Asked if they could seat two for food and could see loads of empty seats so didn't think would be a problem. Another guy behind the bar, who couldn't...More
We visited as a family of 5 including a 3 year old and we were treated by very friendly staff.
They seated us quickly and the menu was small but had everything for everyone.
Meat pie and Chicken Burger were out of this world. 10/10...More
Can't fault our meal here. The food was excellent. A nice choice and lovely wine to go with. Great decor and very friendly staff. On tbe more pricey side but i dont mind for a special occasion. Keep up The good work
Three of us cyclists called in today for a brief lunch.
We were warmly welcomed, by both the staff and the locals, which is always nice.
The food is fresh, well presented, and reasonably priced.
The staff are friendly, and the area, is just a...More
Beautiful little country Pub and fantastic food. We were served what we ordered and in good time which is always a bonus these days and the staff were lovely. will be going back in the winter because the fire place looks awesome if not before.
We called in to The Kentish Rifleman on a Saturday lunch time. The staff were friendly and made us feel welcome. We ordered at the bar and then sat in the sunny garden. Our food was delivered quickly and was cooked to perfection. i had...More
Came here after reading this was a dog friendly establishment and after visiting ightham mote . Beautiful traditional pub with lovely beer garden overlooking field . Plenty of parking at the front of the pub and a very friendly landlord . Pub is indeed dog...More
Kathy, yes and no ! we receive several wheelchair users. There is no problem with entrance, route to table and eating experience; however, the use of toilets is an issue as steps and sharp corners prevent wheelchair... More
Kathy, yes and no ! we receive several wheelchair users. There is no problem with entrance, route to table and eating experience; however, the use of toilets is an issue as steps and sharp corners prevent wheelchair access. I leave you to decide; kind regards, Jon
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