” Local Produce world flavours”
We offer fresh, seasonal and local produce, traditional and contemporary dishes using the best British ingredient from the garden of England served in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Using locally sauced game such as venison, pheasant and duck , cheeses such as Ashmore Cheddar or scrumpy Sussex, and fish from Whistable bay. Our food ranges from a traditional Spitfire bitter battered cod, minted mushy peas and hand cut chips, to a three cheese fondue with honey glazed ham and sliced home baked bread. The special boards will change twice daily to reflect seasonal dishes and our chef’s imagination for a unique dining experience.The Castle Hotel is all about amazing food, with an element of surprise, all Chef’s menus are unique and offer real value for money that really tickle your taste buds try our dishes, all served by our friendly staff in a funky setting. We strive to create the best possible experience for our customers by offering exceptional quality, service and value. We look forward to exceeding your expectations sometime soon…
A word from Sharon: January Wishing all our customers a Happy New Year
After a season of feasting on rich foods time to try to be good! No need for cabbage soup or limp boring salad looks out this month for our health options. Add some colour to this grey month with blood orange & forced Rhubarb! Try our hearty winter stews & casseroles using meats from Normans butchers next door & seasonal carrots, suede, parsnips & potatoes, see the return to the menu of our famous Spanish paella using seasonal mussels & if you’re a prawn lover a bowl of garlicky buttery tiger prawns, what could be better!
Local produce is supplied by………..Meat sourced in Kent and purchased from Normans butchers next door, Cheese from Cheese Works Canterbury, Game from Kent & Sussex Estates, Vegetables from Russell Cherry Ripe, Bread from Mia’s Bakery Sidcup & fish from M&J Seafood who buy out of the country’s busiest seaports Ramsgate, Folkestone & Whitstable with boats also operating from the beaches of Deal, Hythe & Dungeness.