The Rose Inn, Wickhambreaux
A cosy pub in the heart of Wickhambreaux village, with a talented chef at the helm and an ever-changing and creative menu, sourced locally.
Say hello to The Rose Inn, expect quintessential English vibes set in a picture-perfect location deep in the Kentish countryside with stunning British food, sourced from local farms and producers, with an exceptionally talented chef at the helm.
The Rose Inn Pub stands proud in the heart of Wickhambreaux village. This timeless 16th Century beauty is cosy and welcoming on the inside, with plenty of space to drink, dine and dance on the outside.
You’ll find Wickhambreaux, six miles outside Canterbury, just off the A257 road heading towards Sandwich and Deal.
Chef and Publican, Billy Stock grew up in Kent and learnt his trade in London working at well-known foodie spots such as St. John and Salt Yard, as well as the top floor restaurant at Tate Modern, plus Samphire in Whitstable.
In 2021, Billy swapped his London commute for the keys to The Rose Inn (with his living quarters now being above the pub) and he opened its doors in June 2021 and, of course, Muddy was one of the first in line to sample its’ wares. Read the full review here.
There is no official menu here – just a blackboard listing the daily creations from Billy’s kitchen using what meat and vegetables he has laid his hands on for that day. Key working relationships have already been established with local producers such as Wonky Parsnip and Walmerston Growers and he sources his meat and fish from nearby Deal.
Definitely one for foodies to try!
Wednesday: 12pm - 10pm
Thursday: 12pm - 10pm
Friday: 12pm - 10pm
Saturday: 12pm - 10pm
Sunday: 12pm - 4pm
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