Restaurants in Maidstone
With One of the most comprehensive Champagne collections outside London, boasting over 60 varieties, Who'D A Thought It pride themselves on the quality and uniqueness of their champagne selection.
Their restaurant and bar offer to their customer a large menu. They offer a wide range of delicious, home-made food including meat, fish and pasta, hearty and traditional pub fare as well as some lighter options whilst the A La Carte menu offers something a little extra special.
Combine this with their renowned Oysters, it is, in their opinion, the perfect way to start your stay or enjoy your evening.
To get more information about Who'D A Thought It, call them now on 08455287843 and see what they can do for you.
I was lucky enough to be taken here to celebrate my birthday by my long term partner.. The food was incredible and we couldn't fault anything about the food at all enjoying every morsal of food. It's the first time i had either had oysters or champainge... and at the ripe old age of 42 both were well worth waiting for... The champaigne and Shoes suite just blew us away and helped to make a wonderful evening simply perfect. Thankyou for a great experience and fingers crossed i'll be back for my next birthday!!
catherine robb - 20/10/2009 | report this review
ok were do i start?... The room oh my good!!! wow this place is a hidden gem im its well worth the jaunt out to find the place. Me and my now wife had been recomended this place as a great place to dine and stay on our wedding night as they have the stunning champange & shoes suite. just visit the web site and your see why we decided to make this the place for us on such a special occasion. The food.... i had the wood pigoen followed by the rib eye. could not fault it modern fresh and bloody tasty. claire had the chilled seafood platter followed by the rump of lamb in herb crumb ( on the night she was ment to be gazing deeply into my eyes she spent most of the time eyeing up the food! is this what married life is like? we opted out of dessert as the champange had done its job by then. well done the whody job done.
A User - 10/11/2008 | report this review