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The Farm House

Muddy says: Yummy food, to suit all age groups and tastes, at The Farm House in picture-perfect West Malling

If you were looking  for another reason to visit West Malling which is packed full of lovely independent shops, gorgeous eateries and a monthly farmer’s market, then let us introduce you to The Farm House which has become a firm Muddy favourite.

With its origins as an Elizabethan coaching inn, this stylish, cosy pub is perfect for families, group gatherings, girls get togethers or simply time away to reacquaint yourself with your other half. It still has its original mews at the rear which has been converted to house a Pizza Shack & Juice Bar and the old stables have been converted into The Cow Shed shop. Eat. Drink. Shop = Perfection in our books.

And when it comes to the  food, seasonal cooking is at the heart of The Farm House with its menu inspired and driven by the natural progression of unique flavours provided by local farmers. So not only will you be eating the freshest produce but there will always be new dishes to tantalize your taste buds.

This is a crowd pleaser of a pub as you can expect to find sharing platters, daily specials,  gourmet sandwiches, an extensive Steak menu, artisan wood fired sourdough pizza as well as Afternoon Tea (which can be upgraded to Chapel Down Brut afternoon tea – yes please) with veggies and vegans also well  looked after too – hurrah. And should you so wish, its cocktail menu comes with our wholehearted recommendation.

The clever bods at The Farm House have also included a fab range of walks on its website so you can really work up an appetite or can head somewhere nearby to walk off  that sinful, but utterly delicious, Sticky Toffee Pudding…

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