Had a lovely evening drink here in the charming bar area. Pleasant décor and the food looked delicious.
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Lovely to find Thursday night entertainment in this quiet seaside town. Live music is rather nice here. Drinks are regular with nothing special and no real ale or sipping rum to be found. Beer is flat. Right by the water side, off a cobbled street....More
We just stopped here for a drink. It is on a street along the water with some other pubs and restaurants, a good place for a stroll.
A walk along The Stade in the sunshine just happened to coincide with lunch time. The Ship was offering a Fish and Chip lunch so it seemed rude to refuse. The meal was excellent, well cooked and well presented. I've added it to my list...More
popped in for a beer and a fish and chip meal, very good all round. pleasent friendly staff, good ale reasonably priced. meal was tasty, fresh, and plentyful, real value for money, you wont leave disappointed, highly recommended.
We found this pub while walking,went in for a drink but when we saw the food with others we thought we would eat as well.Both food and drink were great and the service was as well.we would tell anyone to go there.
Five of us went to The Ship Inn for dinner last week. It was more of a bar than a restaurant and featured small round lounge tables instead of regular size dining tables. This was dissapointing considering the amount of food and drink we ordered...More
Visited Folkestone Harbour Arm (28th December '16) with friends on a remarkably sunny day and needed a light lunch, so called into The Ship. The pub was pretty busy with many people eating. We were made very welcome and ordered our food, to be told...More