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The Plough Inn, Faversham

Stalisfield Green
Postal town: Faversham
ME13 0HY
Phone: 01795890256

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Tim Dove left this review about The Plough Inn

Awful! Avoid! Booked for Sunday lunch as an alternative to our normal haunts. Place looked great with good beers and wines … but then it all went wrong. Fresh mussels were obviously not cooked from live (or very overcooked), Childs main course arrived with adult starters (apparently what the chef prefers but we were not asked), the bread and oil ordered arrived after the starters. The steaks arrived overcooked and were returned … waitress then requested our definition of rare & medium rare as apparently the Chef was of the opinion that it varies(!?). Roast potatoes hard in the middle and meat overcooked. When asked if everything was “okay” our dissatisfaction was explained to the waitress who proceeded to walk off as we were speaking. Manager tried her best and offered steaks FOC but all in all a ruined Sunday lunch. Apparently the owners were away on holiday!!

On 11th January 2011 - rating: 1
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. Wittenden left this review about The Plough Inn

A lovely timber framed Wealden Hallhouse, high on the North Downs above Charing. We came up on a wet and windy Sunday in September: the pub sign swung drunkenly from its post, and some happy and intrepid hikers gathered in the area around the front door. In the main bar to the right, an open fire blazed in the grate, and an important pub cat ruled the bar with an air of hidden menace. A room to the left was laid up for meals.
The pub has something of a local reputation for serving Kent beers and locally sourced food. Our meals were filling and good value, but my attention was drawn to the beer:only two ales on handpump, but what a couple. American Pale Ale (APA) from Dark Star has been long on my wish list_I’m a great admirer of all the Dark Star beers that I’ve had, but this one really took the biscuit, like Hophead on stair rods. Next to this, Hopdaemon’s Shrimshander was pale by comparison, but still epic in its more understated way.
Fresh hops, old ploughs out in the front, and the text of Speed the Plough displayed on the wall: a classic pub, and in line for pub of the year.

On 13th November 2010 - no rating submitted
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Manky Badger left this review about The Plough Inn

Four local ales and friendly service. Beautiful surroundings, and just the right distance from the railway for a decent walk there and back.

On 19th May 2008 - rating: 6
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Raymond Hopkins left this review about The Plough Inn

Pleasant pub with beams and real open fires. Much improved choice of real ale on latest visit,Goachers and Hopdeamon

On 22nd October 2007 - rating: 8
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