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Popular with walkers and cyclists, this centuries-old brick-and-tiled Kentish pub a few miles from Canterbury is famous for its connections with James Bond author Ian Fleming, who had a special
seat in the garden and wrote You Only Live Twice here in 1964 – according to a commemorative blue plaque on the wall outside. Changes are afoot, particularly in the kitchen, with the
imminent arrival of chef Jim Shave who made quite a name for himself at The Granville in Lower Hardres. More details to follow.
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Essential Details for The Duck Inn
Address:Pett Bottom, Bridge, nr Canterbury, Kent CT4 5PB