My wife and I visited Turning Tables recently, the restaurant decor is very cool and current! You can see the kitchen and the chefs busy at work from the restaurant.
The service is actually the best I have ever had from a restaurant in Maidstone town centre, We noticed that all tables including the large tables had all their food brought out together which is lovely. Wine and water was poured for guests at regular intervals.
The drinks are priced fairly and it's nice to see some local choices which is nice to see (Chapel Down wine from Tenterden, a local ale and a local ciders from memory).
While the menu is small (probably wise for a new restaurant, do everything on the menu well) it had some interesting choices (goat curry with rice and peas anyone? Yum!.
We had some warmed pitta with tzatziki and houmouswhile we waited for our main. For mains my wife went for the Moroccan couscous and vegetables and I really fancied a burger for a change. The Moroccan dish was piping hot and lovely, mildly spiced and a large portion size. My burger came with blue cheese, hand cut fancy chips with a lovely chutney. The Burger came medium rare and was still juicy, the chips were lovely. I struggled to finish the portion size!
We didn't have room for a dessert but they sounded lovely, next time!
It's great to see a new independent restaurant in Maidstone, there are too many faceless chains in our town. I would recommend a visit, we'll be going back soon to try out the SUnday roast.
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