Harden's survey result
“If you want fish – caught yards away – this is the restaurant”: an “unassuming” café-like spot on the seafront. The location is “lovely” (“sit in the window and you see the English Channel”) and the food “reasonably priced” – a winning formula now exported to Dover and Deal.
“In a brand new but sympathetic development”, this “large seafront space” is “the place for well-presented, unfussy fish”; best book for a prime window seat…the “view across the harbour should have a webcam”. “They must be good because they have opened two more” (first Dover, then Deal).
“If you enjoy fish (plus great views over Hythe Bay and “reasonable” wines) this place is a must” – a waterfront operation where service comes “with a smile”; “they must be doing something right because they are opening their third fish restaurant” in Deal (following on from its Dover sibling).
“If you hanker for fish come here!” – a “consistently good” operation offering “first-class” fare in a “stunning position on Hythe seafront”; there are “great views from most tables although it’s best to book at busy times” to secure a premium spot.
Delightful and unspoilt Hythe is one of the original Cinque Ports and hosts our very first Hythe Bay Seafood Restaurant with its extensive al fresco dining area leading straight to the beach and the water's edge. Different levels within the restaurant give more guests the opportunity to see the sea as they dine, often on the fresh fish landed only just along the beach thus fulfilling our environmental policies.
Hythe, like the other two towns, has plenty of history to explore including the Parish Church of St Leonard with its amazing collection of hundreds of skulls and thigh bones (but no fish bones) from previous centuries. The Royal Military Canal and the Martello Towers remind us of Napoleon's intentions in this area and the Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch light railway offers pleasure for all ages.
Recently fully air conditioned and refurbished throughout
|Wine per bottle||£20.95|
|Monday||10 am-9:30 pm|
|Tuesday||10 am-9:30 pm|
|Wednesday||10 am-9:30 pm|
|Thursday||10 am-9:30 pm|
|Friday||10 am-9:30 pm|
|Saturday||10 am-9:30 pm|
|Sunday||10 am-9:30 pm|