The local area has a range of restaurants where you can enjoy dishes made with locally sourced ingredients. Whether you’re looking to have lunch with your family or celebrate an anniversary, there’s a restaurant near to Rankins Farm that will suit your needs.

The Mulberry Tree

The Mulberry Tree is an award-winning restaurant that offers contemporary British and European cuisine as well as an extensive list of wines and beers. The dishes are made with seasonal, organic produce from local suppliers and, alongside a set menu, there is a menu that changes daily. Should you wish, the Mulberry Tree is able to host events and celebrations.

The Curious Eatery

This quirky restaurant in Boughton Monchelsea is a real delight, with friendly staff, enthusiastic chefs/owners and high quality cuisine. The shabby chic décor and open kitchen offer an unusual and interesting experience, and the menu puts a contemporary twist on old favourites. They also do a delicious Sunday lunch.

Food For Thought

This lovely café set just off the high street in Cranbrook is the ideal place for a lunch stop, offering a range of dishes from salads and jacket potatoes to classics such as ham, egg and chips. Cakes and cream teams are also served, and nothing is too much trouble for the staff.

The West House

For something really special, we recommend the West House Restaurant in nearby Biddenden. Housed in a 16th-century weaver’s cottage, it is the Michelin-starred establishment of chef Graham Garrett and serves uncomplicated dishes that highlight the exquisite flavours of Kentish produce. The menu changes according to seasonality, and diners can opt for a tasting menu of six courses with or without wine.