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Catch of the Day, Ocean Breeze, & Good Times!

Catch of the Day, Ocean Breeze, & Good Times!

Deal, Kent – Sirens, not to be confused with mermaids, were double-tailed mermaids. These mythological creatures were known for luring in sailors with their enchanting voices into rocky coasts. In a similar manner, not to be confused with traditional chains, restaurants in Deal have their own enchanting ways to lure in their customers. The Hythe Bay Seafood Restaurant, http://www.hythebay.co.uk/deal.htm, is tucked away in a coastal town with a history as rich as the pirates dreamt to be, surrounded by castles built by Henry VIII and a pier engulfed by the sea.

Travelers strive to conquer the sea whereas Turloo Parrett strives to develop the Hythe Bay Seafood Restaurant brand. He hopes the brand’s success mirrors his success with his prestigious Eastwell Manor Country House and Spa at Ashford. Parrett believes in “quality, not compromise” which could be an attribution to his success. All of his three restaurants in Dover, Deal, and Hythe have received a 5-star rating. Or maybe it is the warm freshly baked rolls with a buttery crust that are light and fluffy on the inside served with a smoked mackerel pate that has his customers intrigued.

As tempting as the rolls are, it is imperative not to fill up on them. Hythe Bay Seafood Restaurant has an extensive menu that caters to those who are on a plant-based diet such as vegetarians, to those who prefer non-fish items such as savory sirloin steak served with onion rings, vine tomatoes, chips and dressed leaves. The menu also caters to children or those who are more adventurous with choices such as chicken nuggets and chips served with baked beans or mixed seafood linguini. Unlike traditional chains, the head chef will choose a daily special in accordance to what is caught that day! 

After the main course, it is recommended that visitors indulge in some dessert. With so many decadent choices it can be a difficult decision to choose between the apple tart Tatin served with cinnamon ice cream or the cheese platter, which includes a lovely selection of English cheeses, biscuits, chutney and a parmesan crisp. Customers are encouraged to ask their servers which wine pairs best with the dessert of their choice.

For a gorgeous setting that lures visitors in and a pleasing and savory dining experience, the locals and visitors in Deal choose Hythe Bay Seafood Restaurant, and for good reason.

Media Contact
Company Name: Hythe Bay Seafood Restaurant
Contact Person: Media Relations
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 01304 365 555
Address:41-45 Beach Street
City: Deal, CT14 6HY
State: Kent
Country: United Kingdom
Website: http://www.hythebay.co.uk