Sundays have never looked so good....
New to the Sunday lunch menu "The Roast Platter". Family roast chicken platter to feed four; a whole chicken, roast potatoes, vegetables and yorkshire puddings all for £20. Let us do the washing-up!
Our Sunday lunch main courses are £6.95, choice of roast beef or lamb, vegetarian option, fish of the day, sausage/scampi and chips. Starters and Puddings £2.50.
We are part of the Faversham Reward card scheme
David Thompson and business partner Nuala Brenchley-Sayers manage and run the newly named Vaults Cask and Kitchen in bustling Preston Street.
Both David & Nuala have plenty of experience running both pubs and their kitchens in and around Swale, with David being the highly regarded chef.
“We are both local people and believe in Faversham. We recognised a niche in Faversham for a good quality drinking and eating establishment where you can get a great steak and a warm welcome!” said Nuala.
All the food is home cooked and freshly prepared, the speciality being fresh steaks from the chargrill. All the meat is sourced locally using meat from Faversham butchers and the fruit and vegetables are all fresh and are supplied by either Macknade farm shop, or Luddenham fruit and vegetables.
The Vaults offers a family orientated menu, with popular favourites and daily specials to keep everyone happy. There is a bar snacks menu for those wanting a lighter meal, or a tasty something to pick at whilst enjoying a drink.
There is an excellent range of Sunday roasts which offer great value for money, OAP lunches are served every Thursday. The prime location of the Wine Vaults and fantastic garden ensures it is a great all day, all weather venue. It is a super place to pop in and meet friends, whilst enjoying a leisurely cafetiere of freshly ground coffee with a Danish pastry, farmhouse fruit cake or even a pain au chocolat.
The Vaults is a deceptively large pub with ample seating throughout. The traditional bar is situated in the middle of the premises with an ecleptic mix of tables and chairs and cosy corners to be found, ideal for friends and families to meet and relax.
Many older Faversham residents will recall the pub as the old Albion Wine Vaults as it was known up until 1965. There is some conjecture that there was in fact a brewery in the building in the 16th Century, with the first records of it being a tavern in the 17th Century. Records show that in 1770 Valentine Court purchased the premises including an acre of hop gardens for £515.
With so much history, a fabulous location and enticing menu, the Vaults is a superb destination.
The Vaults Cask and Kitchen are open:
Monday to Sunday, 11am to 11pm.
Food served: Monday to Saturday all day.
and Sunday 12noon to 4pm.