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Tunbridge Wells, Kent

Review of Tunbridge Wells by Daniel Bech on June 30th, 2007
Why not visit Tunbridge Wells during the Heritage Open Days and enter some of the beautiful buildings of this town Heritage Opne days takes place between Thursday 6th Spetember and Sunday 9th For more information on participants, please vistit www.twhod.org.uk

Review of Tunbridge Wells by Jenny Collins on March 1st, 2007
The best food we have had in years!!!! KITSU - TUNBRIDGE WELLS This is only the first time I have ever written about food. But that all cahnge when I went to Kitsu Japanese sushi restaurant, Victoria Road, Tunbridge Wells Tel:01892 515510. We (my husband and I!:O)had a wonderful experience at Kitsu's last Saturday night. We were greeted warmly greeted as we ascended the steps into Kitsu. Once I had acclimatised myself to the simple but cheerful decor and bright lighting, we made our selection from an exciting menu. We chose tempura soft shell crab, Sushimi, sushi and a wonderful minature rice ice cream coated in a soft texture rice jacket. We were presented very fresh foods with wonderful colours, incredible flavours and varying succulent textures. The best food we have had in years!!!! What an experience! Well done Kitsu!!! If you don't believe me - try it for yourself! BTW take your own wine. Champagne is very good with sushi! Steve, my husband, took me to Kitsu 's for our 16th wedding anniversary celebration (Because Penny Greenaway recommended it - Thanks Penny!). Jenny Collins, Eridge.

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