It’s a laid back, feel-good kind of place that epitomises Whitstable. It’s a place to sit outside on the garden patio on a warm summer evening around wrought iron tables. There’s an olive tree, a scattering of terracotta pots, tin cans, coffee posts and glass wear and wooden boards with strange fish like designs painted on. Its bohemian and informal.
Meals alter throughout the year, with the seasons but the basic principle is the same, tapas style, variety and plenty of choice. It’s a good place, highly recommended and no doubt I’ll probably be there again.