Where can we get fish & chips?
Castle Takeaway in Castle Street is popular with local residents and The Dovorian Restaurant in Priory Place offers eat-in as well as takeaway. If you’re looking for a more upmarket option (and closest to the beach) try Wheeler’s Fish & Chips at the Dover Marina Hotel & Spa, a restaurant and takeaway concept by Marco Pierre White.
The Coastguard in St Margaret’s Bay (between Dover and Deal) is the nearest pub to France!
Close to the beach are both The Sea View and Walmer Fish and Chips. Middle Street Fish Bar is located in the conservation area of the town centre.
Serving finest quality fresh fish is Papa’s The Deep Blue located on The Quay.
Where can we get cream teas?
Dover Marina Hotel & Spa located on Dover seafront offer a selection of afternoon teas.
There are 2 National Trust tearooms – White Cliffs Visitor Centre and Mrs Knott’s Tea Room at South Foreland Lighthouse just along the cliffs in St Margaret’s.
In the town centre is The Lane or Little Harriett’s or there’s Deal Beach Parlour overlooking the seafront and pier.
The Beach Hut Café is a modern café in Strand Street.
Can you recommend a nice restaurant?
Dover’s oldest pub, The White Horse, serves food (lunch and evening meals) on most days
Italian – La Scala in the High Street or Dino’s in Castle Street
Upmarket – The Allotment in the High Street or Mr White’s English Chophouse at the Dover Marina Hotel & Spa
There are a variety of restaurants including The Courtyard, 81 Beach Street, The Rose Hotel or Frog and Scot offering everything from fresh local seafood to modern English cuisine.
Luigi’s Italian restaurant is located on the Quay or the Bell Hotel’s bar and restaurant serves light bites to an al a carte menu.