154 High Street
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The wonderful Tudor buildings where Elizabeth's of Eastgate is housed date back to the 16th Century, with many original features still intact.
Elizabeth's was quoted in the novel Great Expectations by Charles Dickens as the home of Uncle Pumblechuck.
At the turn of the 20th Century the building was known as Mr Seeley's Drapers, providing the local women with all their drapery requirements.
Years later, it was transformed into Elizabeth's Tea Rooms and owned by a lady called Elizabeth - and the rest is history.
Excellent modern european restaurant. First class food and service, also an extensive wine list. Located in Rochester's historic High Street 2 minutes walk from the Cathedral and Norman Castle. We offer a 2 course lunch for £15, also available midweek evenings for £18.50 which is excellent value. Gourmet menu also available every day priced at £29 for 6 courses.
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Specialist Services We use suppliers local to Kent eg. Griggs of Hythe, Chapmans of Sevenoaks, Turners Fine Foods in Goudhurst and Linton Seafoods in Maidstone.