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Our hospitality page will show virtually all Public Houses in the Larkfield area. Choose either the best reviewed pubs or the ones nearest to you. Enjoy!

Pub Food with Reviews, Maps and Links to their websites

The Hengist - Village Pub & Dining Room's

7-9 High St, Aylesford ME20 7AX, UK – 01622 885800

I came to this restaurant at a moments notice and was instantly greeted by friendly and welcoming staff. I informed the staff about my dairy free diet and they couldn’t do enough to accommodate my requirements. I was put at ease straight away and the chef was bought out to discuss alterations that could be made to my food. I am so grateful for all the effort that was made on my behalf and always recommend the hengist to friends. Thank you very much for putting me at ease and making my visit an enjoyable one

Went to Hangout on a smartbox gift for high tea. Found the decor where we sat a bit dark. Restaurant staff were excellent, polite, attentive but not intrusive. The high tea was all we could ask for. The waiter reckons the Sunday roast is to die for !!! We'll certainly give it a go!!!

Chequers Inn

63 High St, Aylesford ME20 7AY, UK – 01622 717286

Was surprised at the quality of Sunday roast it was excellent. 5 different veg plus roast and mashed potatoes with Yorkshire pudding all cooked and presented beautifully. It really was.delicious. I will definitely be returning. Staff were friendly and efficient. My only criticism is the wine by the glass absolutely awful. Please offer decent wines it really does make a difference to a good meal.

I dropped in with 6 other cyclists. We were welcomed warmly and encouraged to bring our bikes through and onto the outside dining area. The food was good and came quickly. The young man behind the bar was very friendly and efficient.

Wealden Hall

773 London Rd, East Malling, West Malling ME20 6DE, UK – 01732 840259

Had some teething problems over the years but i've been going to the Wealden Hall regularly for the last year and the service is now consistent enough to leave a review. The building is beautiful, the car park is enormous, the patio area is large and inviting and the inside is comfortable. Beer is always nice and priced average to slightly over average depending on what you drink. Food has come a long way recently. I'd describe it as very similar to a Weatherspoons menu but 50% nicer across the board. Anyone looking for a pub grub meal will be very satisfied. Service at the bar is usually great, the only real flaw of this pub is how busy it can be at times. Trying to order a drink and/or food t the bar can take 15 or more minutes sometimes just due to the amount of people in the pub. Avoid peak times and you'll have a nice experience here.

Greene King Old English Inn with a mix of traditional pub grub and also more elaborate ishes such as cod loin with fishcake and asparagus. Great range of real Ales, premium lagers, Wines and extensive soft drinks

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