We had a rare day out without the kids, stopped here for a very enjoyable lunch, we ordered fish pie and the goats cheese and courgette fritters. We both really enjoyed the food and we would definitely go back here on our next visit.
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I have eaten at the Samphire on numerous occasion and have always had great food and great service and it is not overly expensive, good value
We had delicious mussels and the fish was fresh. The duck was made beautifully. The manager was wonderful. The ambience was good and we had an enjoyable afternoon out visiting Whitstable.
Two of our party eat the salted vegetables, which were dissapointing. For £15 I expected more than a pile of half raw chunky veg with a tomato sauce and a few grams of cheese - two and half stars. The other two had the fish...More
With our family visiting for the weekend with their 2 year old son we booked a Sunday brunch at fairly short notice and were fortunate to be able to reserve a table as this is a very popular restaurant. On arrival we were welcomed and...More
Had a fantastic dinner at Samphire. For me the lamb was the highlight - immaculately cooked and a wonderful pesto and garlic sauce. The mussels in cider were so juicy and the coffee creme brûlée was a very successful twist on the classic. It's a...More
In Whitstable for a few days, we were seduced by the generally good reviews and booked for dinner. We ordered two pre-dinner cocktails, a bottle of wine, two starters and mains, and a cheeseboard to share. Asparagus with Duck egg as impossible to fault; Gin-cured...More
We were in Whitstable for a wedding but as we arrived the night before, wanted to go somewhere for a nice dinner. We were not disappointed with Samphire, which is currently ranking 2nd on best restaurants in Whitstable. We had driven from London and were...More