Whitstable

Where to Eat and Drink in Whitstable

Whitstable Christmas Markets

With the kids back in school, the nights drawing in and the weather beginning to get colder, it’s time to start thinking about Christmas. Christmas in Whitstable has its own unique charm, with traditional carol services and long walks on the beach, so why not enjoy this festive season by[...]

Craft Beer & Real Ale

In recent years the UK has undergone a craft beer revolution, with improved access to brewing equipment, simpler alcohol licensing laws and a growing awareness of the importance of full-bodied, full-flavoured, citrus-tinged hops all leading to a sea change in the way beer is produced. These factors all lead to[...]

Whitstable Oysters

Whitstable Oysters Whitstable has long been synonymous with oysters, with much of the town’s history built upon Whitstable’s Native Oysters (Ostrea Edulis), a flavourful and delicious variety of cultivated European oyster. A regional delicacy and staple of any Whitstable diet, oysters continue play a central role in Whitstable’s commerce and[...]

Best fish and chips in Whitstable

Where serves the best fish and chips in Whitstable? Some would even say the best in Kent. And it’s easy to see how Ossie’s have built up their loyal and dedicated following, with their generous portions of crispy golden beer-battered Fish and traditional thick-cut chips. And if you somehow have[…]

Birdies Restaurant Whistable

Modern European Restaurant in Whitstable with a boutique and a family-friendly atmosphere. One of Whitstable’s longest-running eateries, Birdies has been serving up a menu of fresh, locally-sourced British and European fare since 1993. Run by Philip and Sue’s family team, Birdies offers a range of fresh fish seafood dishes, including[…]