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The Tickled Trout, Wye - pub details

Address: Bridge Street, Wye, Ashford, Kent, TN25 5EB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 27179) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Wye (0 miles), Ashford International (4 miles), Chilham (5 miles)

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A rightly popular establishment that gets most of the visitors to wye due to its picturesque location immediately after the bridge and rail station into the village. Evidently typically well-reviewed by the media that londoners pay attention to, as many visitors come to the village specifically for the trout.

The food has got better, though not exceptional, the ales have always been excellent, and at this time of year, after more than a decade of strict environment management by Kent County Council, there's not really much of an argument to be made against children dabbling in the shallows. In my experience it's always been a pleasant place, definitely family friendly too.
amartian - 15 Aug 2013 18:25
A lovely traditional village pub with a lovely location along the riverside. A nice range of ales, i plumped for a nice pint of the Old Man. Also had thatchers for the missus.
Buster_M - 13 Feb 2013 23:50
I can't believe that nobody has written about this lovely pub in the 18 months since the new people took over because it is still a wonderful place and it is no longer run by idiots. It enjoys the most wonderful riverside setting but it shouldn't be considered as a "sunny day only" venue because it's a gem of a place inside as well. The beer is lovingly cared for (four ales with rotating guests, including Thwaites Wainwright) and the food is now top notch. Forget its reputation and get along there for a real treat.
slickslinger - 11 Feb 2013 08:05
The pub is wonderfully located by the river Stour in Wye. Great for a drink in the sun whilst watching the day go past. Unfortunately we made the big mistake of ordering food! I started with deep fried camembert. I know it�s meant to be �deep fried� but this tasted like it had been submerged in old oil for about a month, my husband had the pate which wasn�t any better. We then both ordered the lasagne, which was extremely oily, with hardly any meat, some of the pasta was not cooked and the cheese was OTT. Usually I do not mind a mediocre meal, but this was way below average. The toilets are definitely in need of an update. We got talking to the couple on the next door table and they had found their meal equally as disappointing. We all agreed that we will NEVER eat there again, but for a drink it was adequate. Such a shame because if the food was up to scratch they could make a bomb there!
lucylou1 - 12 Jul 2010 11:44
A bit of a harvester feel to it. More a dining than a drinking establishment though there are a few unset tables for drinkers to occupy. Three ales on, two standards and Hopdaemon's Skrimshanker - which was a nice enough pint. On wet days smokers can shelter under one of the two (evil) gazebos in the garden and watch the swans on the river. Handy for the station.
anonymous - 9 May 2010 09:56

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