Discover a range of food – from fresh Greek mezze served from a double decker bus, to vegan fare in a restaurant housed in two shipping containers, to Champagnes in a bar tucked into the Lighthouse at the end of the Arm.
From the Customs House at the entrance, you can find fresh, foraged fruit and vegetables. Along the Arm, there are huts serving street food: ribs, hog roast, Dutch pancakes, home-made burgers, Polenta encrusted fish, and so much more, all with a choice of beers and soft drinks.
You can buy food and drink from any outlet and eat wherever you like on the arm. It is a space to share.
In the covered area along the platform small, inside units offer a range of delicious food; crisp Italian pizzas, Indian and Basque inspired tapas, as well as fine cheeses. English wines and craft beers are served inside, alongside real ales. There’s even one unit entirely dedicated to serving up a selection of cocktails.
Much of the food on the Harbour Arm is locally sourced: fish from the trawlers in the adjoining harbour, bread and beer from our own on-site bakery and brewery, meat and vegetables from farmers and smallholders in surrounding Kent – The Garden of England. The Harbour Arm also supports small, local breweries and the growing number of quality wines produced in Kent.
Folkestone Harbour Arm has quickly become celebrated as a food, drink and event destination. New this year are the beautifully restored Folkestone Harbour Station and the viaduct across the Inner Harbour, which offers a beautiful new route from the old town through to the Lighthouse.
Cave and Kiln are a Folkestone based small business selling handcrafted ceramic homeware and specially selected and sourced artisan cheeses and other foodie treats. They'll be serving up their range of thoughtful foods and craftware on the Harbour Arm.Download Cheese Menu
Reopening April 2019.
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