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Read's Restaurant in Swale

8,5

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I haven’t been to Read’s for a while, as it’s a fair way from where I live, but the visit was certainly worth it today!! We had a truly marvellous lunch.My delicious beetroot starter set the bar for the main of exceptionally flavoursome and perfectly executed pheasant. A divine soufflé concluded our lunch.
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29 December 2018
10.0
I just love it here ! Everything is to such a high standard and we had the most excellent evening - out host treated us to the full tasting menu with the wine flight - we were so well looked after.
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21 December 2018
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29/10/2018: We did not feel like preparing a Sunday meal so decided on our nearest Pub, The Red Lion at Baddlesmere just up the road from home. Booked our table for two. Arrived a littlle early so had the pleasure of a couple of drinks before by the lovelly log fire. When our meal was ready we were seated by one the windows in our table for two. Very cosy. I had the Pork dish which we know is sourced locally and my better half the Beef also sourced locally. My Pork came with a very good appple source and the Beef with a very good Horseradish. We think home made but forgot to ask. The food here is great, cooked to perfection with vegetables the same. Crispy Roast Potatoes and Yorkshire Puddings which are apparantly, Gluten free. Good selection of other vegetables also. The Beer is great and well kept, with a wide selection including Ghost Ship, a favourite of mine. They are the first Pub to stock Gluten free Beers as well, which could be good for a friend of ours who is allegergic. Gluten free seems to be an ever growing trend. The pub is roomy but very cosy and warm. Good size car park and very large garden with outdoor seating and tables. Dog friendly. Access for wheel chairs a bit hampered by the steps and doorways so one would need assiatance. The service is great and friendly. Being totally packed out we only got our table due to a cancellation so booking is sensible on Sunday and advisiable on weekdays due to walkers groups etc. There is a list of events including local bands available. It is so good to have such a gem venue once more nearby and highly recommended.
11/12/2018: Chose to revisit the above venue and what a treat it was. Friendly welcome in a warm cosy Pub atmosphere. Good choice of Beers Wines, some Cider, etc. We gave our orders from the Bar due to there being eight of us and sat at the reserved table for some lovely gub. The Pies, and other meals were very good. Although one chap would have liked more of the delicious chicken in his Pie. No room left for Pudding except for for one stalwart who remains incredibly slim despite his appetite for food and Beer &/or Wine for that matter. Only jelouse of course. Very good service reasonable prices for the quality of food. Large Garden at the rear and Large Car Park on the side. The Landlord and Lady have brought their quality Pub Craft from The George at Newnham to the Red Lion and very welcome they are. Highly recomended.
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The Plough Inn

29/12/2018: A group of us went here for lunch and had a great time. Great choice of food and beers available and all within a very old listed building. Made perfect with log burners, lots of beams and excellent views. We all had different meals but the whitebait and chicken and turkey pie was very good. Very pleasant staff. Lovely setting for a walk and a pint with a meal.
13/11/2018: A beautiful autumn day and lunch in a lovely, white, rural pub high on the North Downs. A great treat in itself but pick The Plough with its beams and roaring open fire and you can add a brilliant meal to the experience. We had scallops as a starter and pork belly as a main. Both were beautifully cooked and presented. Even the complimentary bread is home made. This chef and his wife really do know how run a restaurant. Amazingly they do this at a very reasonable price while managing to operate as a pub for locals with a great range of craft beers and cider. We heartily recommend that you give this place a try.

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