©2019 by The Ambrette

HOME DELIVERY

We offer a "no contact" delivery or pick up to Canterbury, Faversham, Herne Bay, Whitstable, Thanet, Sandwich, Birchington  and the surrounding areas from our Canterbury restaurant or from the Margate restaurant. 

Available 

Mon to Tue - closed

Wed - 11am to 9pm

Thur to Sat 11am to 10pm

Sunday 11am to 9pm

Free delivery for NHS workers, over 60s, privilege card holders and text club. Ring us to order.

URGENT INFORMATION:- 

Due to the recent coronavirus outbreak we are operating a "no contact" home delivery service only. 

  • All cookery classes have been postponed. 

  • All Ambrette gift vouchers are extended to 24 months. 

  • Travel zoo vouchers - Please contact travelzoo for extensions. 

  • Deposits - valid as payment against home delivery and future reservations

  • All events are postponed. 

The Ambrette thanks you for all your support and hopes to be back up and running as soon as possible. 

 

WELCOME TO THE AMBRETTE

AWARD WINNING RESTAURANTS

 

RESTAURANTS

Fresh, innovative and exotic

MARGATE

01843 231504

10 Fort Hill, Margate, CT9 1HD


The Ambrette Margate is located directly opposite the famous Turner Art Gallery on Fort Hill. The restaurant boasts amazing sea views of the world famous evening sun sets, beaches and harbour arm. 

CANTERBURY

01227 200777

 14-15 Beer Cart Lane, Canterbury, CT1 2NY

The Ambrette Canterbury is set within the historic city walls on Beer Cart Lane. It is a short walking distance from the world famous Canterbury Cathedral and a five minute walk to the Marlowe Theatre and other major tourist attractions in the city centre. 

 

GIFTS

Gift vouchers | Experiences | Master classes | Special deals

 
 

ACCOLADES AND AWARDS

Just a few of our most recent awards and accolades

THE TIMES AND SUNDAY TIMES

February 29th 2020

Ambrette Margate receives top accolade in The Times and The Sunday Times featuring as one of “Britains”s 30 best restaurants for a curry”

”recognised for its creative approach, which fuses seasonal ingredients from Kent and influences from France and Southeast Asia with traditional regional Indian cooking in dishes such as tandoori Kentish quail with turmeric and cumin, served with game samosa and bacon chutney naan”