Take 3: Hotel restaurants in your area

PUBLISHED: 13:27 22 February 2011 | UPDATED: 18:55 20 February 2013

Three hotel restaurants in your area

Lakes Restaurant
Hemptead House Hotel, London Road, Bapchild, nr Sittingbourne ME9 9PP
01795 428020

Seating 70, this stylish restaurant with its crystal chandeliers, fine china and crystal glassware makes an elegant setting for a tempting variety of classical dishes complemented by an extensive selection of wines from around the world. Complete the evening with coffee and home-made petit fours by an open log fire in the drawing room or snug.
Open Mon-Sat 12-2.30 pm, Sun 12.30-2.30 pm and Mon-Sat 7pm- 9.30 pm,
Sun 7pm- 8.30 pm (residents only )


RGs at Rowhill Grange Hotel
Top Dartford Road, Wilmington, near Dartford DA2 7QH
01322 615136

Luke Davies heads up the team at this refurbished and relaunched restaurant decorated in stylish pistachio, green and creams and set in this popular hotel and spa. His menus showcase seasonally inspired dishes with priority given to sourcing the best local produce from local suppliers. Alongside the grill menu are timeless classics such as Romney Marsh lamb, plus a daily seafood catch.
Open Mon-Sun 12-2.30 pm and 7-9pm


The Spa Hotel
Mount Ephraim, Royal Tunbridge Wells TN4 8XJ
01892 520331

An 18th-century mansion set in 14 acres of parkland overlooking this elegant spa town.The very grand Chandelier Restaurant (open to both residents and non residents), offers a modern English menu complemented by an extensive and carefully selected wine list. The restaurant has been awarded a Rosette from the AA for each of the past six years. For more informal dining try Zagatos Bar, while the extensive Lounge and Orangery menu is also available all day every day.
Open Sun-Fri 12.30pm-2pm and
Mon-Sat 7pm-9.30pm, Sun 7pm-9pm

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