Until several recommendations from friends I hadn't considered visiting Faversham due to its perception of being a bar/ night venue. Despite this they clearly have tried to revamp its image with a great terrace and atmospheric conservatory restaurant. The menu is seasonal with a good variety between sandwiches, burgers, salads and platters (amongst others) and well suited to it's now popular lunchtime trade. In addition I've also dined here in the evening to try its Burger and Drink deal which is far more reasonable and superior to any pub grub.
On my most recent visit I went for the meat platter and certainly wasn't disappointed; although a salad was required to bulk out the meal a little. There was a nice selection of cured meats, pate and most significantly an outstanding pulled pork bon-bon (I would go back and have this again just for the bon-bon). The salad was also great with a lovely summer dressing. There's a large selections of ales, ciders, wines and coffees too which is a nice bonus.
An area of improvement would be a dessert menu or even homemade cakes to go with the coffee.
Overall a great spot for lunch and weather permitting a lovely suntrap terrace to enjoy too
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