Deal Beach Parlour
An absolute MUST! You have to have an ice cream here and a stroll on the pier. You can also eat in and they do snacks and meals too. Proper Deal institution! great people watching.
Featured in the series Liar. Great ice cream and try the Marmalade. They also serve cooked breakfast and other meals.
the toasted cheese sandwiches are great and the parlour is straight out of the 50,s
Ice cream sundaes, teas, coffees, toasties, and snacks. All with a lovely view of the sea. Lovely.
“Boozer. Lots of sports here. Incredible tables out on the front by the sea.”
“Fantastic place with a great menu. Good for breakfast brunch and lunch. Great views as is on the end of the pier. ”
“Asian Take Away downstairs and restaurant upstairs. Lovely food and great service. ”
“Frog and Scot is a lively French bistro in the heart of the coastal town of Deal. Situated on the award-winning High St (The Telegraph’s ‘High Street of The Year’ 2014), the bistro is run by it’s owners Benoit and Sarah, the eponymous Frog and Scot. Sarah & Benoit were recently delighted and honoured to announce that the bistro has been included in both the 2019 Michelin Guide and the Good Food Guide 2019. Offering quality ingredients and superb cooking in a warm and friendly environment, Frog and Scot is bistronomy at it’s best! Serving up both classic and contemporary dishes, food is prepared using the freshest, locally sourced and seasonal produce. The restaurant has a casual yet elegant feel with intimate bistro tables, a marble bar where customers are welcome to sit and eat, and an on-street dining area to relax and watch the world go by. Building on the success of their wine shop and bar ‘Le Pinardier’ (just a few doors along from the bistro), Frog and Scot also offers an extensive wine list featuring many that are organic, biodynamic and natural.”
“The Timeball Tower is situated on the seafront at Deal and was established in 1855. Within the museum there are video, static and interactive displays covering three centuries of involvement in signalling, the fight against smuggling, and as a vital link in safe navigation of distant oceans. The museum is on 4 floors with no ramp or lift access. If you have a disability, please telephone the museum in advance. Groups and coach trips are welcome, but please give prior notice.”