Where to treat your dad this Father’s Day

COUNTRY HOUSE: The view from the terrace at Salomons Estate

June 18 is Father’s Day, and with the promise of great weather just around the corner, it’s the perfect opportunity to get out of the house and to help Dad celebrate.

Two local venues: Salomons Estate and One Warwick Park’s The Brasserie, are ready and waiting to put on a lavish spread for food-enthused dads. Whether he’s more beer and burgers, or seafood and wine, each eatery is giving away a free drink – so it’s up to you whether you want to head towards the stunning 36-acre estate or keep it local in the centre of Tunbridge Wells.

If you fancy embracing the start of summer, treat Dad to a delicious, alfresco-style BBQ feast on Salomons’ terrace, where Head Chef Daniel Yardley has carefully selected the most succulent cuts of meat, incredible sides from around the world, and desserts that will leave your mouths watering.

Think Thai coconut chicken thighs, 40z chargrilled rump steaks, Cajun fries and Jamaican slaw, plus Eton mess stack, and millionaire’s cheesecake.

The sharing spread will be served outside if the weather is fine, and all dads will receive a free pint. Adults cost £24.95, while children eat for half price.

If pasta and seafood are more his thing, then The Brasserie, a Mediterranean restaurant on Cumberland Walk, is also giving all dads a free pint, a bottle of beer or a glass of wine with their meal.

Choose from a range of options including lobster ravioli, courgette and butternut squash tagliatelle, herb-crusted lamb rack and citrus grilled swordfish. And for dads with a sweet tooth, there’s a delicious dessert menu too.

Indulge in chocolate fondue, white chocolate and raspberry blondie, pistachio fondant, apple tarte tatin and passion fruit sponge pudding.


Reservations for both The Brasserie and Salomons Estate can be made on OpenTable or via brasserie-owp.co.uk and salomons-estate.com

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