The Lemon Tree Restaurant in Tenterden is housed in a 14th century heavily
timbered former Wealden Hall House, reputedly visited by King
Henry VIII. Open every day, this traditional English restaurant
offers unashamedly great British ‘comfort’ food.
Full English breakfasts with great local sausages, lunchtime
favourites such as homemade steak and ale pie using the local
‘Spitfire’ ale, liver and bacon with fluffy leek and onion mash,
and a hot dessert of the day to ‘die’ for, make the
Lemon Tree Restaurant in Tenterden a must!
No visit to Tenterden would be complete without a Kentish cream
tea at the Lemon Tree. We bake our scones fresh every day, using
award winning strawberry preserve, whilst our cakes, bakes and
delicious desserts are homemade. Crispy crumpets, hot buttered
toasted tea cakes and smoked salmon finger sandwiches, complete
your quest for a deluxe cream tea.
We use as much local produce as possible. Farm Butchers of
Tenterden, make the best ‘Bangers’ for miles around, supply
great hams for us to cook and sugar roast and tender English
lamb and 28 day matured beef for our steaks. Our fruiterer from
Biddenden, sources produce from the ‘Garden of England’ and we
stock local cider from Biddenden Vineyards who also supply us
with a beautiful fruity Ortega white wine.
Our food is not ‘fast food’ but ‘good food’, freshly prepared
and served as fast as we can.
The Lemon Tree Restaurant in Tenterden is
situated in the wide High Street in the centre of this pretty
market town’s main shopping area.