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Nothing beats a burger to curb those hunger pangs! We pick some of the best spots to enjoy a burger in Canterbury
Although not actually an island anymore, the Isle of Thanet has its own identity as Kent’s newfound fashionable place to be. These 9 cafés in Thanet will have you reaching for your phone to take Instagram snaps of your breakfast
Transport yourself back to that glorious summer holiday as you taste the sunshine and flavours of Italy in every lovingly prepared mouthful at La Cantina di Tenterden.
Winner of the Kent Life and Kent on Sunday Chef of the Year 2016, dining at the Michelin-starred restaurant of chef patron Graham Garrett is a treat to be savoured
Sarah Sturt reviews the “perfect winter treat,” Pride & Prejudice performed at Canterbury’s Marlowe Theatre
We have gathered some of the best gastro pubs in Kent to enjoy a delicious but laid back meal with friends; such is the beauty of the dining pub
Winner of the 2016 Restaurant of the Year, Read’s of Faversham, opens its elegant door to Kent Life and restores body and soul. Words by: Sarah Sturt. Pictures by: Manu Palomeque
The Bull at Wrotham is no mere roadside inn; it’s now a destination country hotel with a great menu matched by fine wines. Words by: Sarah Sturt. Pictures by: Manu Palomeque
Looks can be deceptive; this modest Indian restaurant is home to an award-winning chef-patron. No wonder it’s packed. Words by: Sarah Sturt. Pictures by: Manu Palomeque
There’s a touch of theatre at this transformed village pub that has taken Kent by storm. Words by: Sarah Sturt. Pictures by: Manu Palomeque
The Faversham Creek Hotel is warmly welcoming, enjoys a great setting and its talented young chef make this a real foodie destination