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  • Top Chef Brings High-End Dining to Hampton Court Pub

    14 July 2013

    East Molsey pub, The Cardinal Wolsey in Hampton Court Road re-opened on Monday 1 July to offer food fit for a king after a complete refurbishment by new licensee Ross Notarki.  He has recruited Estonian chef and owner of Verru in Marylebone, Andrei Lesment, who was previously head chef at Michelin-starred kitchens Pied a Terre and Gordon Ramsay’s Maze as well as the Savoy Hotel. He will oversee th

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  • New-Look Upper Dicker Pub Serves Up Five-Star Food in Style!

    12 July 2013

    Seventeenth century pub, The Plough, Coldharbour Lane, Upper Dicker is sporting a stylish new-look and turning out first-class gastro-pub dishes since new licensees Angelena and Greg Churcher took over.

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  • New Licensee Set to Restore 15th Century Dorking Pub

    10 July 2013

    A Dorking pub, the Kings Arms, West Street embarked on a new chapter in its history in June when it re-opened under new licensee Gurdeep Manku.  The 35 year-old entrepreneur, who is also licensee of The Cricketers in South Street, is passionate about restoring the pub and committed to a regeneration programme with a significant investment by brewer Shepherd Neame early next year.  Dating back to 1

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  • Shepherd Neame Announces Winners of 2013 Pub Awards

    03 July 2013

    The King’s Head at Staplehurst has been named Pub of the Year in the Shepherd Neame Pub Awards. Licensees from 15 of the brewery’s 350 pubs in the South East received awards for various aspects of running a successful pub, such as pulling the perfect pint, serving consistently great food or being at the centre of the local community. Judges commended King’s Head licensees Robert and Nicola Tallon

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  • New Look Whitstable Bay Broadens Beer Range

    26 June 2013

    Shepherd Neame is reviving its Faversham Steam Brewery identity as the umbrella brand for a new range of Whitstable Bay beers. The Faversham Steam Brewery title was originally adopted by Shepherd Neame in the late 18th century, when it became one of the first steam-powered breweries outside of London.

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