Eating and Drinking Guide (Margate)

Margate is a historic seaside town which is slowly re inventing itself as a trendy destination helped very much by the Turner Contemporary Art Gallery located on the Harbour Arm.

The Margate Eating & Drinking Map shows the locations of some of the Restaurants, Cafes and Bars in Margate including the ones described below.

(Click on the Green information icon for additional Map Information) :-

The Bus Cafe – This is basically a Kitchen with upstairs seating squeezed into a vintage double decker bus. There is also outside seating available. It’s a local gem for Foodies, we loved their breakfast hashes.

Top quality Street Food. Friendly staff – (see Map for location)

The Lifeboat – Highly recommended for their Pies and Cider.

The Ambrette – An attractive restaurant just opposite the Turner Gallery that serves first class modern Indian Food.

GB Pizza – An absolutely gem, serves the best Pizza in Kent and then some 😉

Melt (Sands Hotel) – A very civilized stop for some decent Ice Cream. The English Trifle Ice Cream was especially good.

Buoy and Oyster – An excellent Fish & Seafood restaurant. When weather permits the balcony is a perfect spot with a panoramic view of the beach and harbour.

Roost – A restaurant that focuses on Chicken dishes.

There are also several other cafes/restaurants I have not been to yet but which I have heard good things about, they are:-

 

For information on places to Eat and Drink in nearby towns and villages, see the East Kent/Thanet Guide.

 

 

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