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There's nothing taboo about good food, so The Dirty Habit pub restaurant in Hollingbourne near Maidstone is perhaps misleadingly named. Of course the name actually refers to the origins of this historic building on the famed Pilgrims Way, close to the North Downs and dating back to the 11th century, The Dirty Habit started life as a brewery owned and run by monks who also allowed weary travellers to rest here as they made their way to Canterbury. Gloriously characterful, The Dirty Habit maintains features from throughout the intervening years, including cosy fireplaces and ovens, gnarly old beams and a long Georgian oak bar too. From the comfy Monks Corner to the beautifully refurbished terrace,…
We arrived to a fairly quiet pub and ordered two pints of Harvey’s. We had a booking for dinner and were directed to our table nearby. At least four staff were hovering (mainly with their head in a screen). 10 minutes later I had to...More
First and last visit, food was disgusting one of my party sent her main course back I tried to eat mine but it was like a plate of salt.More
Date of visit: March 2019
natelite, Guest Relations Manager at The Dirty Habit, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Dear russhead, Thank you for your feedback, I am very surprised by your comments as we pride ourselves in delivering great food, locally sourced. We generally will act on feedback on the night to make sure the customers leaves happy. I would be happy to...More
Husband and I visited for a Wednesday lunchtime. Service was very friendly and efficient. All the food was tasty and cooked to perfection. Orchard sharing platter to start. Local duck breast and cod for the mains and the Raspberry Creme brûlée was the tastiest I’ve...More
Went here last minute as couldn't be bothered to cook. Booked online with ease and arrive. Very attentive staff, and very welcoming. Both myself and my wife had the mussels and fries. It was cooked in a rich bacon and cider sauce and was very...More
On arriving here parking atrocious,Literally no where to park, car park full had to reverse out no where to turn round,The street parking impossible If we had not agreed to meet others and did not have a 5 year old with us we would have...More
Lovely oldy worldy pub. Delicious Sunday lunch. Busy, so worth booking, especially at the weekend I would say. Friendly, efficient waitress (Lucy). I had informed them that it was my birthday so I was treated to a little dessert with 'happy birthday' written on it...More
The external appearance belies the Dickensian atmosphere inside.Shown to a rear room via what felt like a film set through little "corridoors" to be greeted by a roaring fire (very welcome) on a freezing Winters day.
Exposed rafters and roof trusses the bustling atmosphere was...More
Very busy ! Food was delicious! A bit on the expensive side but would rather pay more and get good food
And wasn’t disappointed ! Staff friendly and place had a warm feel about it ! Definitely recommend it !
Date of visit: January 2019
natelite, Guest Relations Manager at The Dirty Habit, responded to this reviewResponded 24 January 2019
Thank you for taking the time to write a review about your experience. I am glad that you enjoyed your time at The Dirty Habit and we look forward to seeing you soon.
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yes they certainly do.......we brought alongJasper our son and daughter in laws 14 month old wire haired fox terrier. The pub gave him a great welcome ( NB in the bar ....not the restaurant) The staff welcomed him with a... More
yes they certainly do.......we brought alongJasper our son and daughter in laws 14 month old wire haired fox terrier. The pub gave him a great welcome ( NB in the bar ....not the restaurant) The staff welcomed him with a bowl of water and a couple of biscuit treats ..... altogether a pleasant experience for us all.