© Destination Dover

Eat and Drink FAQ

© Destination Dover

Eat and Drink FAQ

Where can we get fish & chips?

Dover:

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!

Deal:

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.

Sandwich:

Serving finest quality fresh fish is Papa’s The Deep Blue located on The Quay.

Where can we get cream teas?

Dover:

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.

Deal:

In the town centre is The Lane or Little Harriett’s or there’s Deal Beach Parlour overlooking the seafront and pier.

Sandwich:

The Beach Hut Café is a modern café in Strand Street.

Can you recommend a nice restaurant?

Dover:

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

Deal:

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.

Sandwich:

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.