The Samuel Pepys offers spectacular views from its unique riverside location on the north bank of the Thames, it's housed in a 19th Century former Thameside tea warehouse and originally opened as a pub in the early 1970s.
An impressive loft-style bar and restaurant awaits, which still boasts many character features including wooden floorboards, full height windows and exposed brickwork. This is complimented by modern lighting, contemporary artwork and of course, spectacular river views.
The Samuel Pepys serves a selection of tasty snacks and traditional pub meals, all freshly cooked using locally sourced ingredients wherever possible. From a selection of light bites & sandwiches to a range of tasty burgers, pub classics & homemade pizzas there really is something for everyone.
The Samuel Pepys is one of Faversham-based brewer Shepherd Neame's pubs.
There is an extensive range of drinks on offer, including Kentish beer and cider on draught and in bottles, along with a selection of international beers, premium wines and spirits.
A coffee station serves freshly ground Fairtrade coffee along with a range of other hot drinks.
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