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Top Gastro Pubs of Kent - The Garden of England

The Tiger Inn - Ashford
Saved from dereliction and the threat of closure by a band of highly committed Stowting locals, the 300-year-old Tiger Inn has become a headlining country pub success story
The Hoodener's Horse - Ashford
Making quite a name for itself with its menu of great-value Mexican dishes
Froggies - Wye
What a reward awaits you at this charming pub restaurant hiding in such beautiful countryside
The Dog Inn - Wingham
This Grade II-listed, thirteenth-century village inn is a real Kentish charmer
Gaze across the Straits of Dover from this spectacularly situated hostelry, which claims to be 'the closest English pub to France'. The views are certainly worth the trip, but the Coastguard also has a great deal more going for it.

Food is high on the agenda and the kitchen turns out memorable fish pies, potted prawns with ginger and lime, baked devilled crab and superb local cod in Hoegaarden beer batter ('the best,' according to one devotee..... )
The Mulberry Tree - Boughton Monchelsea
Chef Alan Irwin learned his trade with John Burton-Race
The Marquis at Alkham - Alkham
Following a spectacular transformation, the old Marquis of Granby pub has morphed into the Marquis at Alkham
Dering Arms - Pluckley
One of the most impressive looking pubs in the south east originally constructed as a hunting lodge in the 1840s
The Poacher - Tudeley
The latest incarnation of this well-liked Kentish pub ushers in a new era, with cosmopolitan, contemporary design, a highly desirable fine-weather patio and a renewed emphasis on top-quality food and wine

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