The Plough Inn, Stalisfield, UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP so what’s new for 2014?

From the new owners at the Plough Inn, Marianne and Richard.

Since our arrival at The Plough Inn in August 2013 we have started planning some events and new menus for the 2014. The best way to keep up-to-date with what is happening is to either follow us on twitter or face book, and for those who are not lovers of social media then our new website will be constantly updated.

Winter set menu’s will be running from next week at lunchtimes Tuesday to Friday at a lower price of £11.50 for 2 courses and £14.50 for 3 courses.  We will also be offering a set menu in the evenings Tuesday to Thursday at £16.95 for 2 courses and £19.95 for 3 courses in conjuntion with the same winter offer.

For those who haven’t been in over the last month we have started serving some new drinks including, English Whiskey, English Vodka (at 54% not for the faint hearted), Local Tydemans Kent Cider & Gusbourne Estate Sparkling wines.

We kick off February with a wine & cheese pairing evening on 6th hosted by Bordeaux Wine Investments – fun begins at 7pm, all attendees must book in advance.
For the men among you here is a Valentines day reminder! The Plough Inn will be offering a four course menu, £35.00 per person.
March 14th we’ll be enjoying another music evening with the Chillbillies.
With mothering Sunday on 30th March book your table soon to avoid the cooking and washing up!
Music nights have been booked with the Chillbillies for 22nd August and 12th December and Hullabaloo for 16th May & 17th October.
Watch this space for all new Stalisfield Farmers market coming soon which we hope that with the support of the community these will continue on a monthly basis.

Looking forward to seeing you soon.

Marianne & Richard


About Mick Gall

Hello, my name is Mick Gall and I hail from Teynham in sunny Kent. I love gardening and ale so I thought I'd try this blogging m'larky. One blog is about all the great ales,ciders,pubs and brewers we have in Kent and Sussex the other is about gardening and wildlife, plus some folklore thrown in.
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