- Main course: £20
- Food spend: £40
- Opening hours
- Monday & Wednesday to Friday 12:00 - 14:00 18:00 - 21:00 Saturday 12:00 - 14:00 18:00 - 21:00 Sunday 12:00 - 15:30 18:30 - 20:30
15 November 2016
Originally built in the 16th century as a hospice for monks, The Ringlestone Inn in Kent today provides contemporary food and drink on its historic alehouse site. Open fireplaces, exposed beams and centuries-old English furniture are some of the many original features retained by the inn, which has been used as an alehouse since 1615.
Stocking a range of wines and beers, including some superb Shepherd and Neame cask ales and over 30 English country fruit wines and liqueurs, The Ringlestone Inn in Kent offers beverages to suit all tastes. Drinks can be enjoyed in the venerable inn itself, or in the beautiful gardens.
The Ringlestone Inn menu features a wealth of delectable dishes, like the goat’s cheese and red onion tart, or the succulent 6-hour slow roasted pork belly. The famous Ringlestone pies are a particular highlight, and flavours range from classics like steak and ale, to the more adventurous lamb and apricot.
Nestled in the verdant Kent countryside, The Ringlestone Inn is just a 9-minute drive from Harrietsham Station.
The Ringlestone Inn
Ringlestone Road, Harrietsham, ME17 1NX
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Customer reviews for The Ringlestone Inn
((((( 15 November 2016 by Rupert Doe from Sittingbourne
((((( 14 November 2016 by Carol Davies from Sittingbourne
Lovely old pub with bags of ambience. All food was great and quickly served. Don't like the 10% service charge put on the bill.
((((* 9 November 2016 by Rose Mcarthur from Birchington
Ambience was lovely. It is a very welcoming and cosy pub, from the moment you walk into the small entrance feature - to be greeted by a wonderful log fire. The food was enjoyable but not the best we have experienced. The service was good, and the pub had a very laid-back and comfortable atmosphere.
((((* 8 November 2016 by Tim Barton from Rochester
A very enjoyable Sunday lunch
(**** 28 September 2016 by Sabina Chaudhry from London
The pub was dirty. Sticky tables. Dead flies and dirt on window-sills. Cobwebs everywhere. Dirty cutlery. Smeared windows / fish tank. Food was dry and disgusting. Will never come back here again
((((( 29 August 2016 by Steve Guyver from Rochester
Warm and welcoming,quirky uneven floors .The food was fab with a vast array of wines.Lovely evening.
((((* 28 August 2016 by Roger Stembridge from Platts Heath
Wonderful quirky old building, friendly staff, good beer and great food - what more could be asked for?
((((( 16 August 2016 by Robert Kellar from Rainham Kent
Great pub, fantastic meal very good service, definitely one to visit again
((((( 6 August 2016 by Fred from London
Great food, quiet location
((((( 3 August 2016 by Rebecca from Rochester
Came here for dinner on the 29th July. What a lovely place. The food was great and I loved the huge selection of wines you had.
We felt very welcome by all the staff.
If youre looking for a little British country pub, this is it! So happy we found it, I will be returning soon. :D
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