In a world of breakfast burritos and avocado on toast, our reporter prefers to stick with classics like the humble bacon sarnie.
Reporter Rhys Griffiths enjoys exploring a secluded part of Kent, and comes across a deserted beach, lighthouses, nature reserve and power station.
A hearty breakfast was enough to lure our reviewer off the beaten track to a new cafe deep in the countryside.
Tucked away on a business estate is a quirky little micropub with reviews so good it has been rated a town's best “restaurant”.
Reporter Rhys Griffiths decided to explore a part of Kent he’s never toured before, and was delighted with what he uncovered.
With about 30 toppings to choose from – as well as delicious ice cream cake – this is another of Kent’s hidden gems.
A pint and sandwich at a wonderful riverside pub after a bracing hike over the hills make this walk another of Kent’s hidden gems.
Looking for a seaside spot for lunch? Look no further, as we have found an independent cafe that overlooks one of Kent’s most stunning beaches.
With beautiful views and a delicious pub lunch at the end, it’s no surprise this riverside walk is one of the most popular in the country.
A giant fort looms large over a town – but how many residents know its secrets? With incredible views and history, it’s one of Kent’s hidden gems.
With huge sandwiches and low prices, it’s no surprise loyal customers keep coming back to this bakery – which you can’t even find on Tripadvisor.
Named one of the world’s top visitor destinations, we tried out a walk with a stunning mix of natural beauty and top places to eat and drink.
We visited a leisure complex offering delicious food, local beers and live music - and tried to find out why hardly anyone seems to know it exists.
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