tastefaversham was set up in March 2010 to explore and promote the taste of food and drink from the Faversham ‘triangle’ and its surrounding villages. The triangle is the area defined by Faversham, Canterbury and Whitstable. Faversham is the ‘gateway’ if you are coming from London.
Faversham and the local area is rapidly becoming a nationally recognised source for high quality food and drink, and tastefaversham holds periodic events and activities such as special meals, visits to producers, school projects, tastings, conferences … and more
tastefaversham aims to encourage local culture and diversity by highlighting, supporting and promoting the rich variety and high quality of our local food and drink
The East Kent Triangle
In 2009 Elizabeth Carter, editor of The Good Food Guide and her contributors “identified an area of excellence known as “the East Kent Triangle””.
“With Faversham forming one corner, Whitstable and Canterbury the others, it features not just acclaimed restaurants, but fishmongers, cheesemakers and markets to rival those of Ludlow – the Shropshire town that a decade ago became the epicentre of British gastronomy due to its galaxy of Michelin stars.” Read more