Wife bought 2 teas the staff were are nice and helpful but could not help the wife with her journey back to the bus stop. Toilets were very clean as was the General areas.
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Potentially a great restaurant...however my visit was terrible...had to queue to order food and queue again to get drinks had to sit on a dirty table then wait over an hour for the food to arrive. Badly organised and the impression I had was staff...More
Word was out the Coast Guard was the place to visit. So took the family, mother and assorted 4 legged friends along for lunch. Wow what fun, the outside looks fabulous, the inside is brilliantly nautical and the food was good honest pub grub. We...More
Here for a family birthday while visiting from Canada. Unusual location which in itself makes this place worth a visit. However, the food was excellent, and service great. Recommend fish dishes for rather obvious reasons. The trifle was a huge hit too. Really worth the...More
At the end of a long walk from Dover White Cliffs car park, 'The Coastguard' was a welcome sight, especially as the two tea rooms enroute were full to overflowing and we thought we'd carry on and hope there would be somewhere selling food and...More
We visit this restaurant fairly regularly, always enjoy the food and ambiance, but on our visit this week for lunch, the prawn baguette/sandwich was no longer on the menu. It was greatly missed so please bring back the prawn baguette.
The restaurant was fully booked. We had to wait in the bar for a table but we got one after 5 minutes. We have 2 small dogs so we are used to having them sit on a blanket under the table. The staff were very...More
I wouldn't fancy walking to it as it is down a little windy road from the cliff top. The setting is idilic with views across the channel. The restaurant is not pretty looking but is a must to stop for a drink or meal at.
I had never heard of St Margaret at Cliffe before a recent visit to Folkstone, but my husband had done some research on local restaurants and found this little gem listed. What a lovely place - well hidden if you don't know where to look-...More