Eat, drink, enjoy, relax...
Our café is a great place to relax, drink, eat and meet family and friends. With stunning views across Margate bay and an outdoor terrace, you can enjoy the modern seasonal cuisine, whatever the weather.
Our food is local and seasonal. We aim to prepare our food with ingredients sourced from independent suppliers within 40 kilometres of Margate."Great food, great value, great view - the perfect accompaniments."
Dawn, visitorOpening times
Tuesday to Thursday 10am - 5.30pm
Friday and Saturday 10am - 10pm
Sundays 10am - 5.30pm
Make a booking
Call 01843 220253
Cafe late night opening - Fridays and Saturdays
Watch the sunset whilst you enjoy a meal with specially selected wine, or Kent brewed ales.
2 courses for £15
3 courses for £18
Available from 6.30pm until 9pm, to reserve a table please call Marcio Morali on 01843 220253 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Our summer menu is now available, including homemade soups and salads, along with hot dishes including a Seafood platter – potted crab with chives, brown shrimps with parsley butter, smoked salmon, crayfish tails, king prawns,shallot vinegar, aioli and crusty bread. We also have weekly hot and vegetarian specials.The Margate Banger
New for this summer we have our pop-up food van outside the gallery, offering lite bites and ice creams - Tue- Sun 11am - 5pm. Download the full menu below.
We serve a selection of hearty breakfasts, including our house special Turner hash of fried chorizo, Brogdale farm suasage and bacon with new potatoes, duck egg and a dash of Worcestershire sauce.
Simon Roberts Pierdom Tour
1 July until 7 September 2014
This summer,we're showing photography by Simon Roberts in our cafe as part of a national touring exhibition. For the past 3 years Simon Roberts has been travelling the coastline of Britain photographing the last remaining pleasure piers. Culminating in a comprehensive and fascinating photographic record of these monuments of Victorian engineering and eccentricity, Pierdom
is a broad architectural and ethographical study of our coast and of British society.
The exhibition coincides with the 200th anniversary of the construction of Ryde Pier in the Isle of Wight (the first of the British piers), showcasing 1-5 pieces from the series at Turner Contemporary. The aim of this exhibition is to generate a national conversation to highlight the historical significance of these architectural structures, enforcing the idea of Britain's piers as cultural landmarks, tracing history and national identity from the Victorian period until now.
For full details of the project and to see all the images in the Pierdom series visit www.pierdom.com
Works courtesy of Flowers gallery. Funder by Arts Council England.