The new Sugar Loaves licensee Steve Thomas is to relaunch the popular takeaway food service which will include fish and chips and curries. The service ceased a few months ago and Hollingbourne residents since then have had to drive several miles to buy takeaway food. Since Steve Thomas moved into the Sugar Loaves in Eyhorne Street in March the interior of the historic Sugar Loaves has been given a new look and a decked sun terrace in the rear garden has been built.
Over the last three month Steve has been slowly rebuilding the trade at the Sugar Loaves which is Hollingbourne’s community pub with a series of events including regular Thursday night quiz nights, a successful “curryoke night”, and a fish gourmet supper. Steak nights are planned for the near future and there are traditional Sunday roast lunches as well as a full menu of sandwiches and other dishes. Breakfasts are also available.
Facilities include a pool table, a TV for sports events, and one of the few local bat and trap games which is one of Kent’s traditional pastimes.It is also popular with local sportsmen including members of the Hollingbourne Football Club.
For more information please go the Sugar Loaves website at :
http://www.sugarloaveshollingbourne.co.uk/index or read a number of good reviews on Trip Advisor at https://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Restaurant_Review-g1192238-d5449172-Reviews-The_Sugar_Loaves-Hollingbourne_Kent_England.html
Steve Thomas is also comfortable about the use of his car park at non busy times by Hollingbourne shoppers who are visiting Christopher’s Village Shop, Stone Hair and Beauty, and other nearby retail premises in the Eyhorne Street Conservation Area where parking can be difficult.
Hollingbourne also has the Windmill PH in Eyhorne Street and the Dirty Habit in Upper Street.
Pictured below is the Sugar Loaves in Eyhorne Street.