Discover Delightful Dining Spots in Tankerton and Whitstable During Your Silver Jewellery Workshop

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Discover Delightful Dining Spots in Tankerton and Whitstable During Your Silver Jewellery Workshop


Hello, creative spirits and food lovers! If you're joining me for a silver jewellery workshop you’re in for a treat—and not just for the crafts. While you’re here unleashing your inner artisan, you might also want to explore some of the tastiest eateries that our scenic seaside towns have to offer. Whether you're a fan of fresh seafood, cozy cafes, or gourmet delights, our towns cater to every palate. Here’s a roundup of some must-visit dining spots that will perfectly complement your creative journey with us!

Tankerton Tastes

1. Land & Sea Tankerton
Just a short walk from our workshop, Land & Sea offers a delightful dining experience that captures the essence of both the British countryside and its coastal waters. Known for their freshly prepared seafood and hearty meat dishes, this place provides a warm, inviting atmosphere perfect for discussing your latest creations or simply unwinding. 

2. The Bears Trading Company
This cozy café in Tankerton is a wonderful spot to grab a comforting meal or a delicious coffee. The Bears Trading Company is famous for its welcoming vibe and eclectic menu, featuring everything from scrumptious breakfasts to satisfying lunches. Don't miss their homemade cakes and excellent pastries, ideal for a sweet treat after a day of meticulous crafting.

3. The Royal – Tankerton Road
Just a stone's throw from our workshop, The Royal offers a cozy pub atmosphere perfect for unwinding after a day of crafting. Their menu features traditional British pub fare alongside seasonal specials, all sourced from local producers. The sea views? They’re just the cherry on top!

4. JoJo’s Meze, Meat & Fish Restaurant
If you're up for a short walk, JoJo’s offers a culinary experience worth strolling for. This restaurant specializes in Mediterranean cuisine, with a focus on meze plates perfect for sharing. The relaxed, friendly vibe makes it an excellent spot for discussing your jewellery designs with new friends.

Whitstable Wonders

5. Wheelers Oyster Bar – High Street, Whitstable
No visit to Whitstable is complete without a stop at Wheelers Oyster Bar, the oldest oyster house in town. It's small and cozy, so booking ahead is a good idea. Indulge in the freshest oysters, seafood platters, and their famous crab cakes, all highlighting the best of local catches.

6. Birdies Restaurant – Harbour StreetA bistro that feels as whimsical and welcoming as our workshop! Birdies offers a French-inspired menu in a quirky and artistically decorated setting. It’s a wonderful spot to relax and chat about the day's jewellery-making adventures.

7. Samphire – High Street, Whitstable
Ideal for the conscientious eater, Samphire is a local favorite that crafts dishes from ethically sourced ingredients. Their menu changes seasonally, but it's always filled with hearty, wholesome options that will keep your creative energy flowing.


Tankerton and Whitstable aren’t just about picturesque views and creative jewellery workshops; they’re also a feast for the senses, especially the taste buds! Each of these spots offers something unique, ensuring you’re never short of options when it comes to refueling. So, as you plan your visit for a silver jewellery workshop, rest assured that you’ll have plenty of delightful dining choices to make your creative getaway even more memorable.

Can’t wait to see you here, where your creativity and culinary adventures await! Happy crafting and bon appétit!