WELCOME TO THE AMBRETTE
We will be closed to dine in customers from 5th Nov to 2nd Dec due to government lockdown order.
We offer a "no contact" delivery or pick up to Canterbury, Faversham, Herne Bay, Whitstable, Thanet, Sandwich, Birchington, Dover, Deal, Folkestone, Ashford and the surrounding areas. We are open Monday to Sunday 8am to 11pm
COVID-19 URGENT INFORMATION:-
Due to the recent coronavirus outbreak we are operating a "no contact" home delivery service.
All cookery classes have been postponed. New dates coming soon
All Ambrette gift vouchers are extended by an additional 12 months.
Travel zoo vouchers - Please contact travelzoo for extensions.
All events are postponed.
RESTAURANTS & KITCHENS
Fresh, innovative and exotic
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.
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.
DOVER STREET FOOD KITCHEN
Delivery and Collection Only
59 Crabble Hill, Dover, CT17 0RX
You can now enjoy the Ambrette street food in Dover, Deal, Folkestone and the surrounding towns. Housed inside the Three Cups Pub on Crabble Hill, The Ambrette chef team have taken a small kitchen to expand our delivery range. The Ambrette menu is available from Crabble Hill for both delivery and collection. Please note this is a pub and not a restaurant.
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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”