Winners of the Kent Life and Kent on Sunday Food & Drink Awards 2016

PUBLISHED: 10:22 18 October 2016 | UPDATED: 11:11 18 October 2016

Kent Life and Kent on Sunday Food & Drink Awards 2016

Kent Life and Kent on Sunday Food & Drink Awards 2016

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After much deliberation, the winners of Kent Life and Kent on Sunday Food & Drink Awards 2016 have been announced

Newcomer of the Year finalists

Sulston’s Kitchen, Tonbridge

Debonair Tea Company, Hythe

Whits of Walmer, Walmer

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Restaurant of the Year finalists

Whits of Walmer, Walmer

Read’s, Faversham

West House, Biddenden

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Pub of the Year finalists

The Compasses Inn, Crundale

Tyler’s Kiln, Canterbury

The Cock Inn, Boughton Monchelsea

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Drink Producer of the Year finalists

Anno Distillers, Marden

Biddenden Vineyard

Little Stour Orchard, Canterbury

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Farm Shop of the Year finalists

M B Farm Shop, Stockbury

Hadlow College Farm Shop, Hadlow

Lower Hardres, Canterbury

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Café of the Year finalists

The Bakehouse at 124, Tonbridge

Finch House, Tonbridge

Gallery Kitchen Café at Creek Creative, Faversham

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Chef of the Year finalists

• Graham Garrett, The West House, Biddenden

• Marcin Szelag, Rocksalt, Folkestone

• Rob Taylor, The Compasses Inn, Canterbury

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Food Producer of the Year finalists

Simply Ice Cream, Ashford

Sylvia and Terry Fine Kentish Chocolates, Dymchurch

Kent Collection, Cranbrook

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Customer Service of the Year finalists

• Creek Creative, Faversham; Gallery Kitchen Café at Creek Creative, Faversham

Hendricks of Hythe, Hythe

• Bean Rush, West Malling

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Independent Food and Drink Retailer of the Year finalists

Ian Chatfield Butchers, Tonbridge

Macknade Fine Foods, Faversham

Green Door Deli, Herne Bay

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Farmers’ Market of the Year finalists

Elm Court Market, Gillingham

West Malling Market

Wye Market

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Kent Food and Drink Hero of the Year

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