Hythe Bay Seafood

Hythe Bay Seafood


0.5 miles
Esplanade, Dover, CT17 9FS
The two Hythe Bay Seafood Restaurants - one in Hythe and the other in Dover - both boast fantastic seafront locations. At both restaurants you can take advantage of stunning daytime views across the Channel and, come sundown, enjoy the magic and romance of the sea by night. Meanwhile, you can dine on the finest and freshest seafood in the South East in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

Most of the seafood at Hythe Bay is sourced locally - indeed, the fresh fish on your plate may have been netted that same morning in the very waters the restaurant looks out upon. The menu is varied and plentiful and choices include the seafood platter to share and traditional beer-battered fish and chips. The whitebait is especially popular, as is the moules frites. The specials board provides additional seasonal choices. Those who aren't fish fans are also catered for with dishes such as sausage and mash, steak and the vegetarian spinach, mushroom and cheese filo wrap. There is also a children's menu for younger visitors and, when the weather is fine, alfresco dining is a must.

The atmosphere is friendly, welcoming and romantic, especially when the sea shimmers with table-light
reflections in the evening. With excellent service, the Hythe Bay Seafood restaurants are perfect venues for families, groups of friends and couples. *Dover has disabled facilities
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