Food + Drink

Children eat free at The Brasserie, Tunbridge Wells, this bank holiday weekend

The Brasserie, a restaurant on Chapel Place, is offering free kids’ meals this bank holiday weekend as part of its ongoing summer promotion. Part of One Warwick Park, the boutique four-star hotel, The Brasserie has become a favourite among parents during the school holidays. With each adult meal ordered, every child gets to enjoy a free main course and dessert from the kids’ menu.

Nick Moore, Operations Director said: “We understand that family budgets can sometimes feel the strain during the school break, so it has been great offering a helping hand to make family mealtimes extra special this summer.”

The kids’ menu boasts a selection of popular items like fish goujons, vegan nuggets, and beef burgers. Paired with crispy fries and a fresh salad, each main course provides a healthy and satisfying option for hungry young appetites, whether you’re visiting for lunch or dinner. Dessert is also included in the offer and options include a selection of ice cream and pancakes with maple syrup.

 For adults, The Brasserie’s main menu features classic favourites with a modern twist. The restaurant works closely with its local suppliers and sources everything fresh, promising great-tasting food every time. Tuck into a range of offerings, from the traditional battered cod and chips to the delicious porcini mushroom ravioli and succulent fillet steak. As the seasons change, so does The Brasserie’s menu, meaning returning guests will always have something new to try. 

To keep parents happy, The Brasserie, which is open Wednesday – Sunday is also treating guests to a free cocktail. The complimentary drink and kids eat free offer is valid until August 31 and tables can be booked online at brasserie-owp.co.uk.  

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