Inns in Lamberhurst

Swan at the Vineyard
The Down

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As the name implies, The Swan at the Vineyard is located at the edge of our vineyard and overlooks both the vineyard and the Down conservation area of Lamberhurst.

A bar and restaurant with a superb reputation for an innovative and out of the ordinary menu supported with an excellent wine list which includes some of the best award winning wines.

The well decorated dining areas and bar are a cosy retreat during the colder months but during the summer the rear terrace commands outstanding views over the vineyard and provides a welcome oasis in which to enjoy your meal.

Throughout the year why not join the Swan at the Vineyard for an evening of live music and fine fare. The Swan at the Vineyard was voted in the top 150 Gastro pubs in the UK by the Guardian as well as being featured in the BBC Food and Drink Publication.

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Sample Menu:


Gravadlax and smoked salmon with chunky avocado salsa. £6.50

Chefs' meatballs served with a classic beef glace and sautéed mushrooms. £5.50

Caramelized coats cheese with basil mayonnaise and red onion, cherry tomato compote. £5.95

Thai style Crab cakes on dressed leaves with sweet lime chilli chutney. £6.50

Gratinated garlic and herb mushrooms on balsamic dressed leaves. £5.50

Chef’s homemade soup of the day. £4.50

Main Courses

Panfried rack of lamb, on creamed beetroot and potato mash. £17.50

Golden breaded Chicken breast filled with bacon and brie with a mushroom
and asparagus creamed sauce. £11.50

Sauteed Mediterranean vegetables with a blue stilton creamed sauce with a herb crusted parmesan crouton. £10.50 V

Tartlet of mushroom, red onion, sunblushed tomatos and caramelized goats cheese on mixed leaf salad. £10.50 V

Fillet steak with a creamed horseradish and mushroom sauce
and homecut Chunky Chips. £17.50

Pork medallions with caramelized apple and brandy sauce on dauphinoise potato. £11.50

Pan seared duck breast on wilted spinach in a port and black cherry sauce. £14.50

Pan seared blue marlin steak atop braised fennel, ginger and spring onion with roasted Capsicums £13.50

Whole baked seabass fillet stuffed with cajun Provencal coriander prawns. £13.50

All main courses served with vegetables

All our food is fresh cooked to order. Please allow time for this during busy periods

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