Food & Drink
Food and Drink
What could be better than fresh fish and chips and a pint of local ale right by the sea? Here are two brilliant pubs at Dungeness to enjoy catch of the day!
The Pilot Inn, Battery Road, Dungeness, TN29 9NJ
The Britannia Inn, Dungeness Road, Dungeness, TN29 9ND
No trip to the Kent Coast would be complete without sampling the native oysters and Whitstable is the place to go. An Oyster Festival takes place every summer but there are many fine pubs and eateries open throughout the year.
Specialist seafood restaurants in Whitstable include:
Crab & Winkle, The Harbour
Wheelers Oyster Bar, High Street
Whitstable Oyster Fishery Company, The Horsebridge
Broadstairs is home to a traditional ice cream parlour which was chosen by The Times as one of the ‘50 Best Places to Eat by the Sea’.
Morelli’s, 14 Victoria Parade, Broadstairs
Ramsgate has many trendy cafes and restaurants, including Age & Sons in a converted warehouse located just one minute from the sea.
Age & Sons, Charlotte Court, Ramsgate, CT11 8HE
Hythe is a charming seaside town and the Hythe Bay Seafood Restaurant and Bar is a very popular restaurant situated on the seafront.
Stade Street, Marine Parade, Hythe, CT21 6AW
The Sportsman at Seasalter has earned a coveted Michelin Star for its innovative cuisine using locally grown produce.
The Sportsman, Seasalter, Whitstable, CT5 4BP
Folkestone has redefined its identity with a vibrant creative quarter attracting artists and a Literary Festival drawing writers to the town and Mark Sargeant’s restaurant, Rocksalt, is the answer to many a food lover’s prayer.
Rocksalt, 4-5 Fish Market, Folkestone, CT19 6AA
Most people seem to develop an irresistible urge to eat a sandwich in Sandwich and The Bell Hotel is as good a place as any to find a version of this cleverly designed snack.
The Bell Hotel, The Quay, Sandwich, CT13 9EF