The Faversham area is becoming a fantastic hotspot for local food and drink. We have some terrific local growers and producers – some of whom trade on Faversham Market such as Simmons Fruit & Veg, Gilda Bakery, Mad Cat Brewery, Kent Cider, Hollowshore Fisheries and Cheesemakers of Canterbury.
We’re also spoilt for great places to eat and shop for food locally – whether you fancy some fine dining, a quick snack or need to pick up some delicious ingredients.
Grain & Hearth in Gatefield Lane, off Preston Street, bakes and serves delicious breads and pastries and is a great spot for lunch or a coffee.
The Sondes Tea Room in Selling not only serves truly scrumptious vegetarian hot and cold lunches and cakes, but also has a fab little village stores next door.
The Phoenix Tavern in Abbey Street has recently been awarded two Rosettes by the AA and creates top notch lunches and dinners using local ingredients and served with a warm welcome!
We can’t not mention Macknade Fine Foods on Selling Road which is one of the best food and drink halls in the region. Famous for stocking both local and European food and ingredients – with many sustainable options too such as self-service dried food.
Both our Charter Market and Best of Faversham Markets are home to some fabulous food and drink stalls and are a great place to treat yourself to local yumminess.
Including home-baked cakes, pastries, buns; fresh local meat; seafood; sour dough bread; local fruit & veg; free range sausages and pies; local artisan cider and beer; vegan food (on Best of Faversham): Belgian fries; ice-creams; free range eggs; local honey and fruit juices and so much more.
Click on our Trader Directory for more details.
If you’re visiting Faversham Markets and fancy somewhere to stop for a bite to eat and a drink, here are some great options: