Further from the main fishing towns and villages, but closer to London, there’s something noticeably different about the restaurants in West Kent compared to what lies east. From cosy country pub-restaurants to sustainable seafood joints, here are ten of the best places to eat in West Kent right now.
Chef-patron Graham Garrett is a veteran of the restaurant game, having cut his teeth in London alongside the likes of Richard Corrigan in his former years. In 2002, he set up his own establishment in the idyllic Biddenden – the vineyards and country lanes of which a far cry from his London roots. Thank goodness he has – The West House, with its small cover dining room and quaint 15th century weaver’s cottage, is unlike anything his London compatriots are doing. Just one of the many reasons why it’s one of few Michelin starred restaurants in Kent. Continue Reading