Kent is not just all about history and culture. You can also satisfy your foodie palate on the culinary centres in the city.
The city offers a lot of culinary paradises that should keep you excited on your next dinner when you visit Kent. From farm-to-table dinners to wineries and international cuisines, Kent is also a place to go for foodie hunters and those with selective taste buds.
One of the most favourite gastronomical pubs of the locals is The Seasalter. Located in the heart of the metro, this food and drink hotspot always makes itself listed as one of the top ten restaurants in the United Kingdom. This restaurant also holds one Michelin star rating among other restaurants that were also rated with Michelin Stars in the city.
Talking about farm-to-table dining, many farmers in the city also produce astonishing harvests that would be showcased on food and farm festivals held almost all year in the city. The Macknades in Faversham and The Goods Shed in Canterbury is the usual go-to place for foodies seeking farm-to-table dining experience.
Food festivals like Canterbury’s Eurofair, the Whitstable Oyster Festival, and the Broadstairs Food Fair are a must-visit when you come to the city on a harvest season like fall. Cherry and apple picking festivals are also a hit in Brogdale, and they have been visited by many locals and tourists in the past years.
Kent is not just your ordinary historical and cultural destination. You can also fill your mouth and stomach with the delectable dishes the county offers to everyone, whether you’re a local or a tourist in the garden city.