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  • Best Restaurants in Tunbridge Wells

    Searching for the best restaurants in Tunbridge Wells? We've got you covered with the best places to eat out for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Ready to discover the top restaurants in Tunbridge Wells? Let's dig in!

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    Restaurant TN1 Bar & Kitchen in Town Centre, Tunbridge Wells

    TN1 Bar & Kitchen

    Located at Town Centre area
    International Restaurant

    ££££

    Meals: Breakfast, Tapas, Lunch, Dinner
    Located at Town Centre areaInternational Restaurant

    ££££

    Meals: Breakfast, Tapas, Lunch, Dinner
    5.5/6
    160 reviews
    Family-friendlyCasual
    5.5/6
    160 reviews
    TN1 Bar & Kitchen
    Family-friendlyCasual
    Restaurant Townhouse Wine Bar & Kitchen in Town Centre, Tunbridge Wells

    Townhouse Wine Bar & Kitchen

    Located at Town Centre area
    Spanish Restaurant

    ££££

    Meals: Lunch, Dinner
    Located at Town Centre areaSpanish Restaurant

    ££££

    Meals: Lunch, Dinner
    5.1/6
    14 reviews
    Family-friendlyCasualCosy
    5.1/6
    14 reviews
    Townhouse Wine Bar & Kitchen
    Family-friendlyCasualCosy

    The Hand & Sceptre

    Located at Southborough area
    British Restaurant

    ££££

    Meals: Buffet, Lunch, Dessert, Dinner
    Located at Southborough areaBritish Restaurant

    ££££

    Meals: Buffet, Lunch, Dessert, Dinner
    Family-friendlyCasualCosy
    The Hand & Sceptre
    Family-friendlyCasualCosy

    A21 Aroma

    Located at Hawkhurst area
    Italian Restaurant

    ££££

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    Located at Hawkhurst areaItalian Restaurant

    ££££

    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    5.5/6
    75 reviews
    Good for groupsOpen on SundayGood for a quick bite
    5.5/6
    75 reviews
    A21 Aroma
    Good for groupsOpen on SundayGood for a quick bite
    1. 1.

      Restaurants just outside Tunbridge Wells

      Some of the finest restaurants in the Tunbridge Wells area are located in the surrounding countryside, which abounds in quaint, traditional English villages. Sissinghurst is memorable for its brightly painted clapboard cottages and its castle, whose park is a major attraction for garden-lovers. With its duck pond, village green and fourteenth century church, Goudhurst is about as picture perfect as it gets. It has several well-reviewed gastro-pubs, and the top of the village boasts some wonderful views across the Weald. Once the headquarters of a notorious gang of smugglers, Hawkhurst is now visited for its pretty parade of craft shops and eateries. The restaurants in these seemingly out of the way spots have attracted some extremely talented chefs, and they're well worth seeking out with the aid of Quandoo.
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      Tunbridge Wells restaurants with a view

      There's no shortage of Tunbridge Wells restaurants benefiting from stunning locations. Several command panoramic views of the county – for example, the peak of Rusthall Common or the High Rocks, which is a Neolithic fort that now makes a popular destination for wedding parties. If you like to combine a hearty roast dinner with a bracing hike, look no further. Others are situated in and around the Green Flag winning Calverley Grounds. Originally developed in the 1830s, this Grade II listed pleasure garden is not to be missed whether you want to go for a stroll, take in the sights or get in a game of croquet or tennis – just the thing to set you up for a spot of lunch. And there are many more Tunbridge Wells restaurants based around the Pantiles, the town's smart shopping colonnade which also features art galleries and live music.
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      Tunbridge Wells restaurants with French flair

      Classic French cuisine is an important touchstone for many Tunbridge Wells restaurants. Local Gallic dishes tend to be light and refreshing, in tune with the simple elegance of the town's Georgian surroundings. A characteristic starter might be watercress and spinach soup or lemon sole with wild fennel, although you can also opt for something more elaborate like a poached lobster with truffles and Vichyssoise dressing. The delicate touch continues into the main course with melt in your mouth dishes such as roast lamb with seared apricots or poached cod with seasonal vegetables. A finely sculpted Peach Melba or airy raspberry soufflé marks the perfect conclusion to an outing to Tunbridge Wells' Gallic-inspired restaurants.
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      Restaurants in Tunbridge Wells serving home-grown dishes

      Contemporary British cooking is another important theme of Tunbridge Wells restaurants. This part of Kent is rich in game, so look out for starters such as quail breast with mushrooms and figs and mains like duck breast with apple purée, beautifully plated in a chic modern style. A number of these Tunbridge Wells restaurants offering native fare have the feeling of traditional gentleman's club rooms, all antique wood and leather and subdued lighting, ideal for those quiet, intimate tete-a-tetes. It's well worth checking out the drinks menu for locally sourced wine, ale and craft gin, which makes a relaxing aperitif with a splash of tonic. You can rely on Quandoo to help you book a table at the best British-themed restaurants in Tunbridge Wells.
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      Oriental cuisine in Tunbridge Wells restaurants

      As a change from European cooking, there are plenty of Tunbridge Wells restaurants serving flavoursome pan-Asian options. Hit the Camden Road and you'll discover several eateries where you can snack on chicken satay and dim sum or dine on mains of stir-fried beef and roast duck. And you might not think that this most English of towns would be a good place to find a noodle bar, but you'd be wrong. In the historic town centre there are several hangouts where you can sip on bowls of ramen generously topped with tender beef short rib, shredded duck or slices of mushroom omelette – and you can even wash them down with bottles of authentic Japanese beer.
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