The Best Restaurants in Hythe
We have gathered our top list of the best restaurants in Hythe!
Once you have chosen out of our proposed list, book a table and enjoy a meal. If you’d rather stay home and get take out, that’s also an option. However, why not enjoy your stay at home meal over a game of slots?
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Saltwood On The Green is a downtown New York-style restaurant serving local produce and an innovative, cosmopolitan menu.
Head chef Jeff Kipp, who originates from Chicago, serves up indulgent, experimental food that is also beautiful to look at. He is known for his seafood dishes and wide range of desserts.
Another well-known seafood restaurant in Hythe is Griggs Of Hythe, which is right on Fisherman’s Landing beach.
Its “brunch on the beach” is legendary in the area, though it’s not exactly fine dining - You risk the weather and a wooden bench, but the fish and chips are excellent (It has good reviews on Tripadvisor), and you can take your own wine.
You can expect modern British cuisine at The Hide and Fox. A Michelin starred restaurant in 2021 with a high rating (3 AA Rosette)
It is run by chef Allister Barsby and manager Alice Bussi, who have impressive credentials in the food and restaurant industry.
The menu has a focus on seasonal and local ingredients where possible and fine wines.
The atmosphere is elegant, intimate and relaxed with creative a la carte, tasting and lunch menus.
Dovey and Moore in the High street of Hythe has excellent reviews and serves British food.
It is open for lunch and dinner and is well-known for its simple, well-cooked food and Sunday roast lunches.
It participates in the government’s Eat Out To Help Out scheme, where there is 50% off the food and soft drinks bill, an incentive to boost struggling businesses after the coronavirus pandemic.
Gastropub The King’s Head is the oldest pub in the area. It has plenty of atmosphere with an open bar area and a dining area serving traditional British food, which is all homemade.
Their shortcrust pies are famed for their quality, and they have had great reviews for their food generally on Tripadvisor.
Also in Hythe’s High street is Sunshine Meze, BBQ and Wine and Cocktail Bar. There is a wide range of traditional Turkish dishes with a modern twist.
You can see your food being prepared in their open grill kitchen. There are gluten and dairy-free, and vegan options as well.
The atmosphere is stylish and comfortable, and cocktail specialists are mixing a range of exciting drinks.
Tripadvisor has awarded the restaurant a certificate of excellence for all the good reviews.
Coppers Spice Cafe and Wine Bar is a quirky and stylish Indian restaurant. They emphasise healthy, fresh, local ingredients without adding any harmful ingredients, like preservatives or additives. All food is freshly made on the premises.
They advertise their meals as low fat, and their curries can be made mild, medium or hot.
The Holy Pundit Spice Cafe and Wine Bar is another stylish Indian restaurant that uses only fresh, local ingredients and no additives.
Well-known chef Saurav Chakraborty sources ingredients carefully and uses homemade spices to create his authentic dishes, which are inspired by various Indian cultures.