Last Sunday we decided to look up recommended pubs to have lunch and decided to try The Hop Pole Inn At Nettlestead. We arrived promptly at 12 noon and were greeted warmly by one of the proprietors who is also the chef. He explained what was on offer from the carvery and invited us to sit at any vacant table.
The friendly atmosphere was typical of tradition village pubs of years gone by and the staff were attentive and extremely helpful.
The quality and choice of food was particularly impressive. We have rarely tasted pork or beef so perfectly cooked. The flavour of the vegetables tasted as if they had just been gathered from the garden.
All in all this was a very pleasant experience and worth every penny of a very reasonable price.
The Hop Pole Inn will definitely be included in our list of favourite places to eat in Kent.
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