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 Oak, Bromley

Roast Beef - The Oak in Bromley, Kent

We had eaten at The Oak a couple of time previously, but we didn’t manage to review the Sunday lunch. For Easter Sunday, 8 of us decided to visit for a roast. Our booking was just after they had received a table of 20, so the food was understandably slower than usual. The Sunday lunch was quite nice, unfortunately the desserts were a bit of a let down. Overall, a family friendly pub to go if you are local to the area.


Hotel Du Vin, Tunbridge Wells

Hotel Du Vin, Tunbridge Wells in Kent

I had been recommended the Hotel du Vin in Tunbridge Wells for Sunday lunch, so I booked up when we were at a loose end. The venue was smart, with great service. On the most part, the meal was good value – £24.95 for a 3 course Sunday lunch and £9.95 for a child’s meal. The market table was immense, so much choice and definitely meant hungrier guests could get their moneys worth! The lunch was delicious, as was dessert. Overall, a Top Rated Sunday lunch for Hotel du Vin.


County Restaurant at Abode, Canterbury

Roast Beef - Country Restaurant at Abode, Canterbury in Kent

Claire and I adore Canterbury, and we had the opportunity to visit on Mother’s Day, choosing to have a special lunch at County Inn, Abode hotel. The service was excellent, as was the food – beautifully presented and cooked wonderfully. The beef was delicious and the roast potatoes were amazing. A Sunday lunch venue suitable for celebratory family events – Top Rated!


The British Queen, Locksbottom

The British Queen Brasserie, Farnborough in Bromley, Kent

The British Queen opened recently in Lockbottom, near Chapter One. I have been looking forward to visiting and had a chance one Sunday – so booked for Claire, me and JW, our toddler. The venue had a great atmosphere, lots of hubbub and activity. On the whole, the food quality was very good, and I especially enjoyed the cauliflower cheese (as always), along with the chocolate delice dessert. Definitely one to come along with family, we scored them a fantastic 4.5 / 5.


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.