The Mulberry Tree
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SquareMeal Review of The Mulberry Tree

A contemporary building with the character of an established restaurant, the Mulberry Tree might seem rather contrary, but owner Karen Williams knows exactly what she’s doing. With help from the kitchen team, she delivers a cleverly pitched experience that’s firmly rooted but sufficiently outward-looking to sustain interest. Drinks in the courtyard might be followed by chicken liver parfait sweetened with Biddenden honey and caramelised apple purée, or crisp whitebait with garlicky mayo for dunking. Main courses with quietly offbeat details – Broadstairs brill with crispy chicken wings or pork belly with cauliflower cheese, croquettes and pickle jus – satisfy a smart crowd who are willing to travel in search of somewhere that really cares. Glamorous decor makes it feel like a night out, while the cat purring at the window makes it feel like a night in.

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Average Price
££££ - £30 - £49
Modern European

Location for The Mulberry Tree

Hermitage Lane Boughton Monchelsea, Maidstone, Kent, ME17 4DA

01622 749082


Opening Times

Tue-Sun 12N-2pm (Sun -2.30pm) 6.30-9pm (Fri-Sat -9.30pm)

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3 Reviews 

Mr. Daniel H

10 January 2013  
I've have been here twice over the last year, and have to say the food is good, although the prices are a little high for my liking, these are London prices, but i'd eat here again, when a little flush with cash.
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Mr. Jerry W

09 September 2012  
I was a bit startled to see that the only review here is a bad one. The Mulberry Tree deserves better than that – it is a good restaurant, formerly voted best Restaurant in Kent, and it has a genuinely talented chef in Mark Pearson. I have been there about half a dozen times altogether, and enjoyed it each time. I was disappointed once, by a hugely over-salted risotto – I do wish chefs generally would let dishes and their ingredients speak for themselves and leave it to diners to season if they feel the need – but generally the cooking is of a very high standard indeed; fresh local ingredients inventively prepared. It is also excellent value – there is a fixed price menu every day, generally about £17 or so for three courses, and £14 for two. Nice well-chosen wine list. I recommend the place warmly.
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Ms/Mrs. steve O

16 August 2012  
First time we had tried The Mulberry Tree on a Saturday evening arrived and the atmosphere was great got to our table and it was all downhill from then on…took 40 mins to get a cold starter!!! starter of crab was very salty the main courses were not great either duck overcooked and very rubbery cod not bad but the sauce was very bland we complained and 1 starter was removed from the bill may have been an off night for them wont be returning here im afraid
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