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Inside new Miller & Carter steakhouse in Herne Bay

A new steakhouse has opened its doors today after it replaced a popular chain restaurant.

Miller & Carter has welcomed its first customers into the restaurant after the popular Talmead Harvester, just off the Thanet Way in Herne Bay, shut in September.

Miller & Carter opens for the first time today
Miller & Carter opens for the first time today
It dishes up steak - including ribeye, fillet, sirloin and chateaubriand - as well as burgers, salads, and fish dishes
It dishes up steak - including ribeye, fillet, sirloin and chateaubriand - as well as burgers, salads, and fish dishes

The Mitchell & Butlers-owned steakhouse specialises in serving up 30-day aged beef.

Its menus vary by restaurant, but focus on steak - including ribeye, fillet, sirloin, and chateaubriand - as well as burgers, salads, and fish dishes.

Now, the only Harvester left in east Kent is The Bybrook Barn in Kennington, near Ashford.

Harvester - also owned by Mitchell & Butlers - revealed in August it was set to close its Herne Bay eatery.

Back in April, Thanet's last Harvester - the David Copperfield Harvester in Broadstairs - also closed down.

It specialises in serving up 30-day aged beef
It specialises in serving up 30-day aged beef
Staff looking happy to start serving their first guests
Staff looking happy to start serving their first guests

Miller & Carter is open seven days a week, Sunday to Wednesday from 9am to 10pm, and Thursday to Saturday from 9am to 11pm.

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