Weald Smokery

Weald Smokery

Café

0.5 miles
Mount Farm, Flimwell, TN5 7QL
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Nestled on the edge of Bedgebury Forest in the High Weald you’ll find Weald Smokery. For 31 years now, the smokery has produced outstanding traditionally smoked meat and fish that has earned multiple accolades, including three two-star gold awards at the 2017 Great Taste awards for their smoked haddock, hot-roast smoked salmon, and smoked venison.

The Kiln Room café serves breakfast, brunch and lunch dishes that showcase the smokery’s award-winning smoked food. The lunch menu changes with the seasons and may feature the likes of homemade smoked fish pâté, or a warm salad of dry-cured bacon and goat’s cheese with avocado, peppers, cucumber, sundried tomatoes and Lighthouse Bakery bread. The hugely popular smoked fish and meat platters served with a selection of salads and pickles are sure to delight, and provide the perfect opportunity to sample a range of Weald Smokery’s excellent produce. Their cakes and scones, all made on the premises, are perfect for afternoon tea or morning coffee – the café has earned an enviable reputation for having the best coffee in the area – and The Kiln Room is also licensed to serve wine and beer. Everything that’s served in the café is available to buy in the shop, including all the delicious sauces and dressings.


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Opening Hours:
Mon:8.30am-5pm
Tues:8.30am-5pm
Weds:8.30am-5pm
Thurs:8.30am-5pm
Fri:8.30am-5pm
Sat:8.30am-5pm

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