From Fish Restaurants at one end to Moroccan at the other Whitstable has a wonderful range of places to eat. You will be able to find something that appeals to you.
This family run restaurant is situated in the heart of Whitstable, and has been serving visitors to Whitstable for over 50 years. The Tudor is fully licensed and offers traditional English breakfast, High tea to Sunday Roast and much more. The friendly atmosphere and traditional surroundings provide visitor with a real flavour of this fishing town.
29, Harbour Street, Tel:01227 273 167
Crab and Oyster House, known for its fresh seafood, this 18th Century pub and restaurant next to the sea and beach in a very pretty alley way known as the Horsebridge.
Tel: 01227 272 005
has a wide food and wine selection. Located at the end of the Harbour Street, the pub has a patio area for alfresco dining.
67, Harbour Street Tel: 01227 262 006 (pub)
serving the best in European and locally-sourced seafood, this quaint Victorian parlour has been open for business for over 150 year. Due to its popularity it’s best to book in advance.
8, High Street Tel:01227 273 311
Restaurant has a very unique location – under the arches of the railway bridge on the way into town, and serves home-cooked traditional Moroccan Food with a bar, great for larger groups too.
Railway Arches, Oxford Street, Whitstable, Kent, Tel:01227 272 725
The acclaimed Crab and Winkle restaurant serves a range of seafood, and meat dishes, located in Whitstable’s historic harbour. Tel: 01227 779 377
For a list of other restaurants in Whitstable