Christmas, Dining, Restaurant

Christmas at Frasers 2018

Festive offerings at Frasers 2018.

Join us this festive season and enjoy our renowned hospitality in our Traditional Kentish Oak Beamed barn.

A decadent menu awaits you with seasonal returning favourites such as Spiced pumpkin soup with onion bhaji. Then tuck into a traditional Christmas dinner, and round it all of with Biddenden cider, apple and cinnamon trifle, salted caramel, and if you still have room finish it all of with a cup of Pluckley tea and a homemade mince pie….delicious!

Menu available to view on our website here Seasonal Menu 

Available throughout December for Lunch or Evening meals Wednesday to Sunday.

Contact us to make your reservation or call 01233 756122

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a la carte evening

Awards, Uncategorized

Frasers enters Kent Life Food & Drink Awards 2018

The Kent Life Food and Drink Awards are designed to champion the good and the great from the region’s food and drink industry, including local producers and suppliers, small farming businesses, chefs, restaurants and hoteliers. All the finalists will be people who care about the countryside and the future of our local environment… sounds just like us!

Please vote for Frasers in the Kent Life Food and Drink Awards 2018. We’ve entered the categories Restaurant of the Year and Tea Room of the Year.

http://kentfda.co.uk/nominate/

Kent Food and Drink Awards

 

Reviews

Telegraph Travel: “Frasers is a foodie favourite!” 

The Telegraph Travel ventured over to Frasers for an overnight stay, 7-course taster menu, afternoon tea and stroll around the farm in November.

Rating Frasers 8/10 journalist Gabriella Le Breton wrote: “This eponymous restaurant, eight-room guesthouse and wedding venue, set in the heart of the Kent countryside on Adam and Lisa-Jane Fraser’s farm, makes for a delightfully rural escape. Serving exclusively locally grown, shot and sourced produce, it’s fast becoming a foodie favourite.”

Read the full review here

Telegraph Review