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Pilgrim's Progress

Pilgrim's Progress


The Empire Restaurant in Ramsgate has introduced a special Ramblers’ Menu. The lighter option, offered alongside the usual set lunch and afternoon tea menus, is available in both the restaurant and its pretty courtyard garden.

Attracting 10,000 visitors a year, Augustus Plugin’s historic church of St Augustine in Ramsgate, with its stunning location overlooking the sea, marks the beginning of the 19-mile long Way of St Augustine. On 3rd June, a grand reopening will unveil a new visitor centre at the abbey, an official shrine to honour the arrival of Christianity to the Anglo-Saxon people of Kent in 597AD.

The Way of St Augustine offers a unique ‘river pilgrimage’ along the Stour Valley from Ramsgate to Canterbury, taking in historic churches and pubs. Walkers can collect a ‘pilgrim passport’ at Canterbury Cathedral or the Shrine of St Augustine in Ramsgate, and get it stamped at various points along the way.

The Empire Room, located in the boutique Royal Harbour Hotel, has also extended its summer opening hours at lunchtime from 12:00 noon to 4:30pm.

Known for showcasing the best of local and seasonal produce, Chef Craig Mather is offering dishes such as twist on the traditional Caesar Salad with Monkfish nuggets, anchovies and parmesan; Pork belly and black pudding sausage roll; and Avocado and oven roasted tomatoes on grilled sourdough.

“Being a dog-friendly establishment, we attract a good number of walkers, and customers have requested lighter options – especially in warmer weather – and to eat later following a long hike,” said chef Craig Mather.

Thanet boasts 26 miles of golden sandy beaches, with more Blue Flag awards than Devon and Cornwall combined. Bicycle riders, ramblers and dog walkers have long been attracted to Thanet by the Viking Trail coastal path – which extends over 30 miles – half of which is traffic free.


Hythe Follies

Hythe Follies


Kent-based Follies Pizzeria to open in Hythe, it's fourth site.

The company, launched by sisters Abigail and Amy Lauder in 2014, is opening the restaurant in the High Street. The restaurants offer a "modern, fast paced pizzeria offering an exciting and authentic Italian dining experience."

The pizza bases are freshly made using original Italian ingredients and then hand stretched to create a thin and very crisp pizza in an artisan style.

The restaurants also sell a range of wines, coffee and home made cake.

Follies Pizzeria has a restaurant in Folkestone on Sandgate Road and a pop-up at the Harbour Arm, as well as a newly opened venue on King Street in Dover.


Royal Victoria to reopen in Dartford

Royal Victoria to reopen in Dartford


South Coast Inns has bought Dartford’s oldest pub – its first in Kent. West Sussex-based South Coast Inns, has bought the Royal Victoria & Bull Hotel in Dartford, Kent, its ninth site.

The 23-bedroom, grade II-listed inn, which dates to back 1703, has retained many of its period features, including a vaulted gallery in the main bar that would originally have been set around the carriage archway.

South Coast Inns is run by hotel industry veterans Chris and Delia Chapman and their son Sam. It operates hotels and pubs with rooms in Sussex, Gloucestershire, Somerset, and Shropshire.


Chefs Honoured at House of Commons

Chefs Honoured at House of Commons


The Asian Catering Federation [ACF], has honoured the country’s best Asian and Oriental chef at a special ceremony held at the House of Commons on Monday 15th May, hosted by TV presenter Samantha Simonds.

The Federation, which represents the nation’s 35,000 curry restaurants and takeaways, invited the public to vote for their favourite curry chefs. The poll was topped by Alun Sperring of Chilli Pickle; Will Bowlby of Kricket and Karam Sethi of Hoppers.

The evening was attending by an impressive array of VIPs and dignitaries including the High Commissioners of Bangladesh and Nepal, Lord and Lady Sheikh. The event was also used to launch the full Asian Curry Awards 2017, organised by the ACF.

A panel of judges led by the Cobra Good Curry Guide editor Pat Chapman, will now visit these venues. The overall winner will be announced at the November ceremony, along with other national and regional awards.

Held in the Terrace Pavilion of the Palace of Westminster, the chefs feted on Monday were: Luthfur Ahmed, Bengal Brasserie, Belfast; Rafique Ali, Bokhara Bangor, Belfast; Harneet Baweja, Gunpowder, London; Vineet Bhatia, Vineet Bhatia, London; Ahad Nur, Millennium Balti, Leamington Spa; Sham Alom, Rumi’s, Beverley; Dev Banda, Everest Inn, Grantham; Rik Campbell, Kricket, London; Stephen Gomes, Moksh, Cardiff; Imran Hussain, Shapla, Donegal; Atul Kochhar, Benares, London; Shah Faysol Miah, Bangla Bangor; Abdul Majid; Palash Mitra, Gymkhana, London; Abul Monsur, Taj Cuisine, Chatham; Jiwan Lal, Babur, London; Shanker Pandey, Everest Inn, Ashford, Kent; Rafaqat Saleem, Royal Nawaab, Manchester; Karam Sethi, Hoppers, London; Kaori Simpson, Harajuku Kitchen, Edinburgh; Muhammad Shoaib, Royal Nawaab, London; Abdul Sobur, Zafran, Southend; Alun Sperring, Chilli Pickle, Brighton; Sameer Taneja, Talli Joe, London; Cyrus Todiwala, Café Spice Namaste, London; Jeff Tyler, Novikov, London; Yoong Cheong Wong, Rasa Sayang, London; Abdul Kadir, Grand Sultan, Port Talbot; Chad Rahman, Chez Mumtaj, St Albans; and Mahamud Zaman, Zaman International Cuisine, London.

A panel of judges, led by the Cobra Good Curry Guide editor Pat Chapman, will now visit these venues. Winners of national and regional awards will be announced at the 7th Asian Curry Awards at the Grosvenor House Hotel in Mayfair on Sunday 12th November 2017. The full list of categories can be seen, and online nominations made at:


Salubrious Reveals Sauce

Salubrious Reveals Sauce


Salubrious Sauce Co has introduced its Classic BBQ Sauce in time for the summer.

Others in the range are British Breakfast Sauce, Chip Shop Curry Sauce and Sunday Lunch Sauce.

The new Classic BBQ Sauce is “a deliciously tangy and smokey combo” for burgers, sausages, steaks and ribs or as a marinade or tasty dip.

“We're really excited to launch our new BBQ Sauce,” said Chief Saucerer Jim Fennell, who founded the brand 18 months ago.

Salubrious Sauces are available from delis and farm shops nationwide and through Shire Foods and Auguste Noel at c£4 per 250g bottle.

All four products are suitable for vegetarians.



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