Mullins Brasserie is a unique and vibrant restaurant residing in the centre of Margate Old Town – the developing cultural centre of this well-loved, traditional seaside town – and a stone’s throw from the Turner Contemporary art gallery.
The restaurant is housed in a converted butchers and offers a warm and inviting ambience, combining many original features with contemporary furnishings, resulting in a comfortable, relaxed and intimate dining experience. Mullins serves a varied and interesting menu comprising modern European cuisine with a hint of the Caribbean – chef and owner Antonio Forde hails from the beautiful island of Barbados and has looked to incorporate the flavours and techniques of West Indies’ cuisine into his menu. Therefore, you can expect a selection of innovative dishes that are elegantly presented and, most importantly, extremely tasty. A visit to Mullins Brasserie isn’t complete without a tipple or two, and what better than a rum cocktail, incorporating shots from their wonderfully lengthy rum collection? Whether you’re celebrating a special event, fancy a delectable midweek break from cooking, or are looking for a quick, tasty lunch, Mullins Brasserie can fulfill your culinary desires. Choose from à la carte and set menus, all of which provide excellent value for money. Alternatively, visit for one of the Caribbean taster nights, and sample a delicious five-course set menu. Margate might not be the first place you would expect to find such authentic and delicious Caribbean food, but find it you should.