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Bottega Caruso
Fantastic southern Italian food in the heart of Margate's Old Town, Simona and Harry have created a wonderfully special place. Booking essential.
2-4 Broad Street, Margate, CT9 1EW

Storeroom By Curve
Great coffee and a great simple and delicious food menu from this day time cafe perching above metal steps above Union that is home to a range of studios.

GB Pizza Co.
Seafront location in a relaxed bar setting, with massive windows overlooking out to sea. Great wood-fired thin based pizzas. 
14 Marine Drive, Margate

Hantverk & Found

Wonderful seafood restaurant and gallery. Try and try to get in! Situated on King Street in The Old Town. 18 King Street, Margate, CT9

Mala Kaffe
Opened by the lovely Carey out on the Harbour Arm, this scandi-cafe quickly took off. They have really fresh homemade light bites, excellent coffee, which includes a good range of vegan options.Unit 3 Harbour Arm, Margate

The Greedy Cow
Based in the heart of the Old Town, The Greedy Cow is on two floors. Light bites and Pete's famous burgers, salads and towering sandwiches.
3 Market Place, Margate, CT9 1ER

The Bus Cafe
One of our favourite places to eat. A double-decker London bus converted into a cafe. Serving the freshest, tastiest street-food. Our regular order is the pulled chicken peri peri wrap which has broccoli slaw and other goodness. Now in a stunning seafront location near the Nayland Rock Hotel.
Royal Crescent Promenade, Margate, CT9


Opposite the Cliftonville Lido, specialising in rotisserie chicken with sides of fries and aioli, they now have a range of quality local produce dishes. 19 Cliff Terrace,  Margate

The Sportsman
The famed Sportsman restaurant is 20mins away in nearby Whitstable. Booking is usually well in advance, but they do have the odd cancellation.
Faversham Road, Seasalter, Whitstable, CT5 4BP



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