Restaurants in Folkestone

Folkestone

The Channel Tunnel terminal puts Folkestone at the gateway to Europe but that in itself causes so many people to bypass this delightful seaside town made famous in the Edwardian era. The bandstand on the Leas still captures the spirit while age old fishing boats keep restaurants supplied with local sea bass, lobsters and Dover sole.

A town that is currently regenerating so fast boasts a clutch of restaurants well worth a special journey. A new flagship harbour side seafood restaurant called Rocksalt recently opened, with Michelin Starred Mark Sargeant at the healm.

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La Tavernetta

La Tavernetta

Leaside Court • Show on map
Italian

La Tavernetta has been famous in Folkestone for almost 50 years and La Tavernetta remains a strong favourite with Folkestonians and visitors alike, viva La Tavernetta...

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Rocksalt Restaurant

Rocksalt Restaurant

Fishmarket Road • Show on map Sea Food
£ 40 avg

Michelin starred Chef Mark Sargeant's Rocksalt Restaurant & Bar in Folkestone is a truly spectacular new building in a glorious waterside location with panoramic harbour views l...

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Copper & Spices

Copper & Spices

14 Bouverie Road West • Show on map
Indian

Copper & Spices opened in November 2013, located on Bouverie Road West a short stroll from the seafront in Folkestone, Kent, it also has a popular sister restaurant in the town ...

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The India

The India

1 The Old High Street • Show on map Indian
£ 20 avg

Ali Ashraf's delightfully unassuming restaurant The India in Folkestone has been a bastion of top-drawer Indian food for more than 25 years...

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The Smokehouse

The Smokehouse

1-2 Back Street • Show on map Fish and Chips
£ 15 avg

Kent born chef Mark Sargeant, a former Gordon Ramsey associate of some 13 years opened his second restaurant, a posh fish and chip shop called The Smokehouse in the seaside town...

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