The King’s Hall in Herne Bay has had a culinary overhaul.
Visitors are now able to pick from a list of gourmet menu items as they enjoy the sea view from the hall’s cafe.
They will also be able to use deckchairs on the roof of the hall in Beacon Hill.
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The upgrades form part of Canterbury City Council’s efforts to rejuvenate the building and make it an attractive destination for both locals and those coming from further afield.
The council’s community chairman Cllr Neil Baker said: “In a short space of time, the King’s Hall’s reputation for delivering delicious food has already started to grow through word of mouth.
“One of the best ways to secure the venue’s future is to use it, so if you’ve not been for a while, give it another very soon.
“Hopefully, we’ve brought together all of the right ingredients for having a great time. The only thing we cannot guarantee is the weather.”
The dishes on offer at the King’s Hall:
- Small bites including a mini meze, calamari and mixed olives
- Sharing platters including a meat platter, a seafood platter, a vegetarian platter and cheese board
- Mains including posh fish fingers and chips, steak and ale pie with mash, a roasted pepper tart with sweet potato fries and a mixed salad with homemade slaw
- Gourmet burgers
- A selection of sandwiches
- Desserts including favourites like Gypsy tart and syrup pudding and custard
- Children’s meals
The King’s Hall’s roof will also play host to free live music between 2pm to 4pm on the following dates.
- Saturday 7 July – Coco
- Sunday 15 July – Kai Hoffman
- Sunday 22 July – The Lost Weekend
- Sunday 29 July – David Shepherd
- Saturday 11 August – Coco