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The Plough, Stalisfield - pub details


Address: Stalisfield Green, Stalisfield, Faversham, Kent, ME13 0HY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 31710) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Charing (2.4 miles), Lenham (4.3 miles)

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other pubs nearby:

Bowl Inn, Charing (0.9 miles), Harrow, Lenham (1.7 miles), Wagon and Horses, Charing (1.8 miles)

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Went in for a swift pint to see what it was like having read about the change in licesee, Was not disappointed in any respect lthough I did not havea meal.
Back to how it used to be I am very pleased to say
lot14 - 24 Feb 2016 22:45
The Plough was just about our favourite pub of the day in Kent. Staff were friendly and cheerful. This seems to be a foodie pub. But they had a good selection of ales - Whitstable Winkle Picker & East India Pale Ale, Musket Dragon's Tail & Old Dairy Summer Top. Biddendens Bushells cider was also available from the fridge, although not too well promoted. Outdoors, there is a very large garden with well scattered tables. There is also a children's play area and a field for camping at the back. It's set high up in the North Downs in a small village, but well worth a visit.
blue_scrumpy - 31 Aug 2015 15:05
I certainly don't make a habit of reviewing every good pub I visit - hell; I'd be spending most of my time on sites like this! But I feel an exception may be made of The Plough, as it is a true gem of a country pub that majors both in well-kept traditional cask ale, and modern high-quality food in a smart yet characterful setting.

Apparently there has been a change pf licensee in the two years since I last dropped by, and was advised that while the beer remained as good, the menu might not be 'so fancy'. Well, happily I found that both were in splendid form, sampling some local(ish) Canterbury Ales in sound condition, alongside a perfectly-cooked and seasoned confit duck leg with cripsy potatoes, shitake mushrooms and chorizo in a tasty sweet/sour jus. My friend gave the similarly-sumptuous looking lamb dish a good going-over and for a man who seldom eats meat he managed to polish it off with gusto I've rarely seen. Service was efficient and friendly by the young staff - not clear if either were the new incumbents but in any case, decent front of house. Others seemed suitably happy with their choices of victuals and beverages as well as the general ambience on a Friday lunchtime.

Best wishes to you folks and despite always having many pubby fish to fry, I hope to be back before long.
Gamboozler - 3 Sep 2014 16:11
Dropped in for a quick pint this afternoon, warm welcome, friendly atmosphere, excellent beer - very well recommended.
FamilyMan479 - 10 Feb 2013 00:08
Ordinarily I don't repeat-review without good reason, such as a change in ownership etc, but having revisited a year after my maiden appearance I felt I had to write down my appreciation over again! Still superb, interesting locales, which licensee Bob is plainly passionate about. All in excellent form and showing what Kent's micros can do. Food-wise, equal passion was on display, as the grub was splendid - fresh as a daisy and well-cooked. Sadly the chef is leaving soon, but Bob has confidence in the replacement, who is rumoured to be of a Michelin-aspiring standard. Time will tell. But the lamb dish was so tempting that my mate opted for it - after 13 years of abstaining through a thoroughly well-intentioned, but ultimately foolish move to vegetarianism as a student! Quite momentous. All the excess was washed down by much banter and bonhommie from Bob, who welcomes everyone like a long-lost chum of old. Really, I can't see how anyone could go wrong here if up for good beer, cheer, comfort and fine dining.
TWG - 27 Jul 2011 18:15

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