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  • The Chaser Inn

    Looking for a charming family-friendly pub, a beer garden to soak up the sun and a wondersome walk? Look no further, than The Chaser Inn, Shipbourne.

  • Deal Pier Kitchen

    This fab new eaterie at the end of Deal’s iconic pier is one of THE best spots to eat in town this summer. With a seaside view plus it’s dog-friendly.

  • Galapagos at The Old Vine

    A wonderful slice of South American sunshine in the Kent/Sussex countryside that you just won't find anywhere else. Napkins at the ready!

  • Macknade Fine Foods

    With a new deck area to eat out in the sunshine and a big birthday bash (you're invited by the way) to celebrate 40 years of delicious fine foods in Faversham this award winning restaurant and deli is well worth a visit...

  • Eat out: Draper’s Arms

    Artisan bakery, coffee house and pub in the heart of medieval Canterbury. It's recently changed hands so in the name of research, Muddy went to try it out...

  • Eat Out: The Leicester Arms Hotel, Penshurst

    Loved by locals, Sunday lunchers, cyclists, dog walkers, history lovers, over-nighters and families alike (especially in the summer when both adults and kiddies can enjoy this gorgeous beer garden). Let us tell you about the perfect place for day-tripping...

  • Eat out: Powder & Magazine

    Muddy tries Rochester's new hidden gem, Powder & Magazine - a casual gastro dining restaurant for discerning food and drink fans. You’ll love the cool historic setting of this restaurant in the old Royal Navy Ordnance Depot.

  • 31 Below, Marylebone

    You can keep Oxford, Bond and Kensington - it's Marylebone High Street and its new watering hole, 31 Below, all the way for me!

  • 16 Cosy pubs & walks

    Fancy a crisp walk then a decent pub lunch? Or maybe you’d rather just curl up with a book in a cosy corner? We’ve got it covered.

  • Review: Seventeen at One Warwick Park

    Muddy tries OWP's SEVENTEEN restaurant and discovered you can tumble down the rabbit hole this January with Alice in Wonderland inspired interiors and Afternoon teas. Curious? (And curiouser?)

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