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Serving Japanese cuisine, a best-seller is yakisoba – which is basically noodles with chicken and prawns.
Other delights include the amazing chilli squid and duck wraps. If you’re sitting in, it’s worth washing down your meal with one of the lovely freshly-squeezed juices, although watch out which flavour you choose – the blueberry, apple and carrot juice is not for the faint-hearted.
For a taste of Mexico in Kent, head to Café Des Amis.
The restaurant is popular with students, couples and families, with many dishes designed for sharing, such nachos or antojitos starters.
In a 16th century weaver’s cottage in the heart of the Weald of Kent, chef and owner Graham Garrett creates imaginative concoctions, which are eaten in a relaxed atmosphere without a hint of pretention.
Venison with espresso syrup, barbecued pig shoulder and chocolate-topped chicken liver parfait eclair have all previously graced the menu.
The pub uses locally-sourced produce for its home-cooked food, with the delicious menu including Moroccan spiced lamb, butternut and chickpea stew and mushroom and halloumi stack as well steaks, burgers and a wide choice of lighter options. The restaurant is small so for special occasions book in advance.A favourite in Tokyo, the Shoyu ramen offers an inviting introduction to the quintessential Japanese dish and at £8.90 it’s a steal.