Gavin and Lucinda Gregg's chic modern restaurant occupies a seventeenth-century Grade II-listed building at the top of Sevenoaks High Street near St Nicholas' Church. Look for the characteristic triple bay window frontage.
This is a place with more than a touch of flair and class, plus some inventive modern cooking to boot. Weekday set lunches are a snip and Sunday lunch has proved to be a great hit with the locals.
Dinner menus move up a gear for starters such as pressed ham hock and foie gras terrine with pear and tomato chutney and red pear purée or home-cured salmon with cucumber and fennel salad. Main courses aim for robust flavours, as in slow-braised belly of pork with black pudding and trotter, Savoy cabbage and wholegrain mustard creamed potatoes or roast cod on braised lentils with spinach, smoked bacon, broccoli and baby onions.
When it comes to desserts, the kitchen is fond of variations on a single ingredient – perhaps gingerbread with honey and ginger mousse, stem ginger ice cream and ginger syrup or an assiette of apples involving a crumble, a mousse and a sorbet.
Also featured in: AA Guide, Harden's.
|Alfresco Dining||Vegetarian||Private Dining Room|
|Private Parties||Parking Nearby||Accepts Cards|
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