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The Sun, Faversham

Currently in one of its periodic revivals - now has converted the adjacent property as a small hotel, and added a restaurant. The beer is well-kept Shepherd-Neame standard, but the restaurant food is now quite spectacular - I just had a meal with excellent smoked duck with poached egg & caramelised walnut starter, lamb cooked 3 ways main course (shepherds pie, deep fried, & roast), and chocolate fondue with fresh strawberries & marshmallows for sweet - with a nice bottle of wine - 28 each including tip. All was excellent, including service. This was mid-week - I haven't eaten there at the weekend, but I'll definitely be going again :-)

9 Sep 2009 00:28

Hole In The Wall, Faversham

Nice old building, but the interior is usually a mess, eurgh! For inebriates who don't mind peeling walls, trashed furniture and shiny, sticky carpets. Having said that, it provides pool and sports TV. It gets refurbished every few years, but rapidly reverts to a hole in the wall. Generally packed with the very young.

25 May 2005 15:50

The Bear Inn, Faversham

My current local. Recently under new management. The staff and patrons are friendly and you can usually find a seat (except Sunday lunchtime when it's worth booking to eat). Generally quiet, it attracts mostly middle-aged local customers. The food is a little less varied (mainly roasts)and not quite as good as before (not surprising, as the standard was very high), but still excellent value.

25 May 2005 15:43

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