Sunday lunch reviews in Kent

Looking for a Sunday lunch in Kent? We have a large selection of pubs and restaurants, so you should be able to find something you'll like. Why not have a look at our Top Rated venues overall?

The Chancery, Beckenham

The Chancery, Beckenham in Bromley, Kent

Having been recommended to try the Sunday lunch at the newly opened The Chancery in Beckenham, Bromley, I decided to give it a visit. Booking was easy, as was parking on the road outside. You can tell they have spent some money doing the venue up. I ordered the roast beef, Claire had a supreme of chicken and JW had the kids roast chicken breast. The lunch was nice, the portion size was good – I’d have preferred slightly better roast potatoes but overall a good experience at The Chancery. Worth visiting if you live in the surrounding area.


The White Cliffs, St Margaret’s at Cliffe

The White Cliffs, St Margarets at Cliffe near Dover, Kent

We were visiting St Margaret’s Bay in Dover for a family event and decided to stay over for the weekend. I never miss an opportunity to review a new venue, so with this in mind I found The White Cliffs in St Margaret’s at Cliff. Booking was easy, and we arrived to be shown to our seats in a light, airy room. The Sunday lunch here was excellent, with a special mention to the cauliflower cheese. Our roast beef was cooked well, and the rest of the vegetables were enjoyable. My chocolate brownie dessert was the star though, with a wonderful marzipan ice cream.

Top Marks for Sunday lunch at The White Cliffs in Dover, Kent!


The Shortlands Tavern, Bromley

The Shortlands Tavern, Bromley, Kent

We had visited The Shortlands Taverns to watch some rugby previously, when I saw they offered Sunday lunches I made sure we visited the following Sunday. Make sure you reserve a table, there were a lot of disappointed people would hadn’t. A very good place for families, with a menu for children, low salt Sunday lunches and clean baby changing facilities. Also, they are members of Brestfeeding Welcome Scheme, so mothers with young babies should also feel welcome here. Overall, the Sunday lunch was nice and worth a visit, if just to experience the local community pub.


The White Hart, Hythe

The White Hart in Hythe, Kent

We were visiting Hythe in Kent, so obviously I searched for a venue to review for Sunday lunch. An old pub situated on the High Street, The White Hart was a bit too dark for a bright Sunny day. The service was poor initially, but did improve through the meal. The Sunday roast was quite good, with a nice selection of vegetables (including cauliflower cheese!). Overall, Sunday lunch at The White Hart in Hythe scores 3/5.


The Bickley, Chislehurst – revisited

The Bickley, Chislehurst, Kent

With The Bickley opening up after a renovation, we were keen to try out their new Sunday lunch. It was difficult to get a table, but managed to book one for midday. The venue itself is much improved, being brightly decorated. Inside has also been improved, opening up the restaurant area to 3 levels. I really liked the styling. The food was ok, slightly cheaper than previously and JW’s kids Sunday lunch was quite good. Service was incredibly slow, but this should be something that’ll improve over time (I hope!). Overall, a decent lunch and one for families in the area.