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The Sun Inn, Bredgar - pub details

Address: The Street, Bredgar, Sittingbourne, Kent, ME9 8EY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 33445) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Newington (3.4 miles), Sittingbourne (4 miles), Kemsley (4.2 miles)

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I have just had a fantastic meal , tonight was Halloween party we sat in the restaurant for a meal we heard that the new chef was brill so had to try for are self I had the sea bream with black olive and tomato, sauté potatoes it as great, my 3 children had home-made burger , baked butternut squash , and chilli and my hubby had the best chicken Thai curry ever.
The staff all in fancy dress looked great the kids did pumkins with the landlady all got party bag and toffee apple kids loved it.

if you have been here before and not liked it then do go back and give it a go i'm sure you will love the food
stels65 - 29 Oct 2011 23:57
David

If the food and service was as bad as you say. why did you pay the full bill? What are they goig to do? Sue you?
Paul_Rochdale - 24 Jan 2011 19:17
Cold/tough inedible food, poor customer service, surly and unhelpful management.

We have just had the unfortunate experience of eating at the Sun Inn, the meal started with promise when the starters arrived and where very satisfactory. Unfortunately, the rest of the meal and the service did not continue in the same way. The tomato ketchup for the children did not materialise until they had nearly finished their meal, and only when we requested it for the third time.

After the first course the empty plates remained on the table for 10 minutes with no staff in site even though we where the only party in the restaurant. The main course arrived, of the five meals two had to be sent back because they where cold and when we started eating the roast meat (beef and turkey) was extremely tough. The boiled potatoes had a very unpleasant consistency and taste. The salmon was fine but the white wine sauce was nonexistent and the new potatoes were the same inedible ones that were served with the roast meat. In all, the meal was so unpalatable that we decided to complain and not brave the deserts for fear of further disappointment.

Upon airing our views regarding the inferior food and service we requested that the bill be adjusted to reflect this, we were met by a very unapologetic manager who basically told us that he did not care as he thought that the food was up to his standards and would not agree to any kind of reduction.

Clearly, his regards for his customers is as low as his establishments culinary standards. My father, who paid for the bill, summed up perfectly the ‘Sun Inn Experience’ as…..”a waste of a hundred pounds!”

david100 - 23 Jan 2011 14:34
Well run and welcoming pub even during quiet afternoon visit, usual selection of drinks , clean and bright decor.
harryhotdog - 26 Aug 2010 13:00
Arrived at 2pm on a weekday afternoon so perhaps not the best time to judge the place. A few Mums with their toddlers in the large garden. The barmaid took ages to bother to come around to serve us. "Is everything alright?". Well clearly not as it was 28c outside and we were gasping. The inside of the pub was just about deserted. The Harveys was starting to turn but just about drinkable which was a shame. I just wanted a simple tuna mayo sandwich but it turned up with chips hence the £6+ price . Surely thin sliced bread has no place in a pub sandwich? Sorry but we won't be hurrying back.
Paul_Rochdale - 9 Sep 2009 19:22

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