Here we go....

After a successful temporary opening last year, the Harbour Arm opens to the public once again with more food and drink offerings and a new market programme.

 

In addition to Follies, Sole Kitchen, That Burger, Lubens will also be returning as Hog & Hop (The Pullman) with a new pork shack menu. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Also appearing for the first time on the Arm is Hythe’s Saltwood on the Green, soon to be also known as Saltwood on the Harbour Arm, serving steamed buns and loads more.

The Greek Bus will also make returning visits along with gelato from Casa del Gelato and Go Dutch will be on site with Dutch style pancakes, waffles and other sweet treats.

 

Not forgetting your liquid options on the arm, all the eateries will have a wide variety of choice plus the delightful Mole Café will be back, reminding us of the arms history while serving delicious cake and tea or coffee.

 

Bathtub & Gun will be serving cocktails, The Lighthouse Champagne Bar will still be there with the bubbles and The Waiting Room has had a makeover – serving ale, lagers, wines and soft drinks.

 

 

Complementing the location which overlooks the sea; Chummys will be adding a fresh shellfish menu and new addition Cockles will be working with the Folkestone Trawlers to supply fresh local dishes including fish chowder, grilled herring roes on toast plus dressed crab and supplying those weekend cures; a Bloody Mary Hangover Buster!

Harbour Arm Opening Times:

Monday - Thursday 9am - 5pm the Arm is open for walking
Friday 9am - 10pm (Follies open from 9am)
Saturday 9am - 10pm (Food & Drink from 9am)
Sunday 9am - 7pm (Food & Drink from 9am)

 

Bank Holidays & School Holidays will have extended Food & Drink opening days & hours which will be announced nearer the times.

Fish Chowder by Cockles