Review on The Tartar Frigate Seafood Restaurant
The Tartar Frigate Seafood Restaurant is an historic 17th century flint inn overlooking Viking Bay in Broadstairs and the traditional style restaurant with its open log fire, is set on the first floor taking advantage of the panoramic views.
As you would expect from the restaurant's name the kitchen under the helm of head chef, Tom Chalklin specialises in seafood, but the extensive menu also offers dishes for the carnivores amongst you. A popular starter is the Mediterranean seafood salad which consists of a selection of squid, prawns and mussels, steeped in a sweet pepper, garlic, lemon juice and herb infusion or try a classic Coquilles Saint Jacques. Mains follow the theme with roast monkfish wrapped in Parma ham and served with melted sage and lemon butter or Barbary duck breast on a sweet potato rosti accompanied with a kumquat, Grand Marnier and lime sauce. There is a choice of lovely homemade desserts, as well as other specials of the day, featured on the blackboard menu.
Restaurant Opening Times
Lunch: 12.00 - 1.45pm (12.30 & 3.30pm Sitting Sun)
Dinner: 6.30 - 9.15pm Mon-Sat
Accepted credit cards
Visa, Master Card