Food + Drink

Summer al fresco: Sunday lunch is served on Salomons’ terrace

Salomons Estate, a stunning country manor house in Tunbridge Wells invites visitors to indulge in a quintessentially British feast this summer. Head Chef Daniel Yardley will be preparing Sunday lunch on the terrace, allowing guests to savour delicious seasonal dishes against the backdrop of the magnificent Victorian mansion and its sprawling gardens on selected dates in July and August.

Committed to showcasing the finest locally sourced produce, Salomons Estate has become a popular destination for those seeking traditional British dining. Whether relishing the meticulously manicured gardens during the summer months or seeking warmth and comfort inside The Bistro during colder seasons, Salomons Estate offers an exceptional selection of British classics, including afternoon tea and their famous Sunday lunch.

 Mark your calendars for July 9, August 6, and August 27, as Daniel Yardley and his team serve their sumptuous Sunday lunch al fresco style on the terrace. Reservations can be made online ensuring guests can secure their preferred dining time amidst the stunning surroundings.

Expect a feast of classic favourites featuring succulent roasted beef or chicken accompanied by traditional sides such as seasonal vegetables, crispy potatoes, and glorious Yorkshire puddings. Vegetarian options will also be available before finishing off on a sweet note with an indulgent selection of homemade desserts.

Terrace reservations promise panoramic views of the estate’s rolling 36-acre grounds, carefully tended to by Salomons’ dedicated gardening team. There is an array of colourful and lush flowerbeds, winding pathways, and a peaceful lake which can be explored at diners’ leisure after their delicious feast.

 

To reserve your table on the terrace for Salomons Estate’s Sunday lunch events, visit OpenTable or call 0189 251 5152.

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