Dinner @ The Oak on the Green, Maidstone

Its Dishy Delishy’s official 1 year birthday! Whoopee! Wonder how I’ll celebrate…. With food obvs. It happened to be Bank Holiday so Mike and I decided to venture just far enough out of London to feel like a mini hol, but not too far cause I’m a grump and hate travelling. Maidstone in Kent seemed easy. God knows how I came across it but I found the cutest cabin in the woods with a vintage hot tub and a few local pubs to explore.

Our second night we walked over to The Oak on the Green. A lush pub with a huge hearty menu, candle lit tables and a cosy feel.

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Look at the roof!

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I had this huge slab of goats cheese to start.

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Mike had some ridiculously juicy king prawns in garlic butter.

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There were so many mains to choose from, I decided on a gorgeous hunk of tender pork belly on creamy mash and greens. Oh and don’t forget that crackling!

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Mike obviously went for steak, look at the size of it. It came with allllll the trimmings.

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Not that we needed it but we got some creamed spinach on the size. What a lush spread!

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Pud was this insane home made banoffee. When I say home made the cream literally tasted like they had just whipped it up 5 mins before. So good.

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I was so happy with our choice, I loved the cuties atmosphere and candles and they certainly left us full to the brim with their delish food.

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If anyone is interested in the fab cabin we stayed in here’s the link xxx

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