It was father’s Birthday and we were out for a tasty foodie meal to celebrate. We chose The Kings Arms Restaurant, Meopham Green in Kent. We have been there before and had some spectacular food, and this occasion was no exception.
The Kings Arms is a delightful venue that looks out over the cricket green in Meopham, and it is the most idyllic scene on a summers day.
To start, I had breast of Wood pigeon with a summer salad and some kind of mustard dressing, laced with British Stilton.
Nina went for the soup of the day which was Watercress and Leek. A bit disappointed by the bread, as a hearty granary chunk would have been much better.
For my main, I had roast belly of pork in a plum sauce with Bok Choi, served on a bed of creamed root vegetables. At the end of a working day, this thing did all that was possible to fill the hole.
Nina went for Sea bass on a bed of roasted vegetables and new potatoes with a smattering of chorizo sausage for good measure.
All of the delicious food was washed down with some Pinot Grigio. Unfortunately, we were out for some English wine to no avail due to an apparent pricing dispute with a local English wind vendor. Never the less, this was a great value and spectacularly delicious meal, more than fit for the occasion.