Where to Eat and Drink – Sandwich & Deal

Updated May 2017


Sandwich is a historic town on the River Stour, home to nature reserves and two world class golf courses.

The Map below shows the locations of the recommended Restaurants, Cafes and Bars described below :-

The Beach Hut Cafe – A friendly Cafe. Good for Breakfast.

The Salutation Tea Room – A lovely venue for Coffee and Cakes and more formal Afternoon Tea.

There is also a restaurant in The Salutation, which I have not tried yet. It serves Lunch and Dinner.

No Name French Delicatessen and Bistro – consists of an excellent deli on the ground floor and Le Bistro on the first floor. Le Bistro has a fairly extensive menu covering traditional french dishes like Tartiflette. It also offers a typical french breakfast, is licensed and has excellent house wine. It is open during day time only, it does not serve evening meals. In the warmer weather they provide outside seating on the pavement opposite.

Scrumalicious Cake Company – A welcoming cafe and cake shop that specialises in home baked goods. They also make cakes for special occasions.

Goats That Dance – A cosy and stylish cafe, that’s incredible value for money. Still can’t believe I had Coffee and Cake for £3.  Love the decor. Some outside seating too when the weather is good.


Deal is a nearby coastal town with quaint streets and houses.

The Map below shows the locations of the recommended Restaurants, Cafes and Bars described below :-

The Black Douglas – A friendly and relaxing spot on the sea front. This coffee house serves excellent Coffee and interesting Sandwiches, Savoury dishes and Cakes.

Pop up Cafe – A pleasant place to stop when visiting Deals High Street, the staff are friendly and helpful. The baked goods are made on the premises. The Pop up Cafe is much larger than it looks from the outside, the largest seating area is upstairs and there is a small seating area outside, although the view of Poundland is not as appetising as the cakes.

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For other activities in the area, see:-


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