We were recommended to visit The Chapter Arms for a historical family mission. Not knowing exactly what we were in for we decided to head to Chartham Hatch and see the building & land onced built/owned by my 5x Great grandfather. We were pleasantly surprised to be given a warm welcome and a great convo with David, the publican now. We ordered our mains and they we amazing. I had the lamb rump and my husband had the chicken with noodles. Both dishes were hot, delicious and we left our plates clean. Unfortunately we aren't ones for sweets, but I'm sure they we also lovely. We did not mind that we were there on a quiet Wednesday night, as most of the locals play sports. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit and would definitely go back when we are in the Uk/Kent again.
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