Margate is a quirky little gem on the south east coast. A traditional English seaside town but with lots of character and flair. The people here are friendly and there is a relaxed atmosphere in the air. It’s also a very dog friendly place! With many restaurants to tempt you in, here is a quick run down of some of our favourites.
Love seafood? Then Hantverk and Found is the place for you. A charming and cosy restaurant in the Old Town just set back from the seafront. They serve up some delicious food bursting with flavours and the staff are friendly and accommodating.
A great all round restaurant which caters to the whole family. Children and pooches are very welcome at Roost. All dietary requirements are covered here too and they are extremely obliging so if you’re unsure of anything just holler at a member of staff and they will be more than happy to assist you. With an imaginative menu from the mind of the head chef, Mel Mountfield, Roost has you covered.
A cosy little piece of Italy in the heart of Margate. Olivo serves up great Tuscan style pizzas and pastas. The staff are extremely friendly and you’ll find yourself whisked along on a taste journey across the Italian countryside. We recommend booking first – this is a small and popular restaurant!
There is no finer location than being next to the sea and Cinque Ports serves up the goods. The cuisine is inspired by classic gastro style pubs and offers a seasonal menu. You’ll have a great time whiling away those hours whilst admiring the truly stunning view. This is a fabulous spot for a Sunday lunch, or why not try one of their mouth-watering cocktails whilst watching the sunset? True bliss.
Great British Pizza by name, Great British Pizza by taste! This is the place for pizza in Margate. A stylish but friendly eatery, if you love pizza you’ll love GB Pizza Co. With a variety of delicious and fresh flavours you won’t be able to stop thinking about the food. They are very welcoming to both pooches and children and to top it off they are also cater for gluten-free and vegan diets (they even have vegan cheese!).
For many, Margate’s food scene doesn’t get any better than Bottega Caruso. This restaurant proudly sources all of its ingredients from two places. Firstly, meat, fish and vegetables are brought in from local suppliers within the Thanet area, all of whom are of the highest quality. Meanwhile its wheat is supplied by a cooperative based in Italy.
They make pasta freshly every single morning, and the dishes on offer are classic Italian of the highest order, from pasta dishes to Parmigiana. They pair these with quality Italian wines too.
They also have a small store selling the produce they use attached to the restaurant, meaning you can take a little bit of Italy home with you.
Hope you have a really great trip to Margate! If you discover some top dog friendly restaurants whilst you’re there, let us know in the comments below!