0.5 miles
35 The Mint, Rye, TN31 7EN

Rye is well known for its quaint cobbled streets, historic buildings and timbered houses, and is home to HOOF, a tip-top burger restaurant that’s been drawing the crowds since it opened in 2016. Here, quality is paramount, with provenance and traceability the key words when it comes to sourcing ingredients.

The venue is the brainchild of a third-generation farming family; nurturing their cattle in order to produce the best meat is high on their agenda. The beef and potatoes are sourced from their own farm just four miles away – food miles don’t get much better than that. You won’t fi nd anything but prime beef used to make the trademark burgers and succulent steaks at HOOF. Noteworthy burgers include The Marsh Melt – a classic 5oz burger topped with bacon and melted Monterey Jack cheese, and The Smoky, with lettuce, tomato, gherkins, bacon and melted cheese piled with crispy fried onions and homemade barbecue sauce. The No-Meat Treat lives up to its name and comprises a Portobello mushroom with caramelised red onion, roasted peppers, tomato, and a choice of cheese. Accompany with a sweet Freakshake made with double cream, milk and ice cream, if you dare. The Nutella Nirvana features Nutella, whipped cream, pretzel pieces and chopped hazelnuts, while the Romney Marshmallow is a blend of caramel sauce, toasted marshmallows, whipped cream and honeycomb pieces. With food this good, it’s no wonder HOOF is so popular.

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