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The Coastguard
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Saint Margarets Bay, England CT15 6DY, United Kingdom
Detailed Information

The Coastguard\\\\\\\’s extensive bar stocks traditional British beers and regular cask ales as well as guest ales and single malts, many rare or even from distileries which unfortunately are no longer with us. There\\\\\\\’s an extensive, carefully chosen wine list, which ranges from old to new world wines to suit any palate. With so much on offer, perhaps it\\\\\\\’s not surprising that so many people have been raving about The Coastguard and enjoying it\\\\\\\’s pleasing informality. The Coastguard has a regularly changing menu, which includes everything from locally caught seafood to individual savoury tarts. The chef takes the finest local produce and cooks each dish to order. Everything, from the sauces to the bread is freshly prepared on the premises, and, judging from the reaction from visitors and locals alike, it\\\\\\\’s well worth the effort.All dishes are cooked to order using fresh and when ever possible local ingrediants, we can run out of some dishes during service, so please keep this in mind when visiting, we do not keep dishes in freezers ready for reheat. Our menu changes daily and at times during service depending upon the weather so we do not display our menu on the website. The Coastguard known far and wide beyond the beautiful confines of its home by the sea in St. Margaret\\\\\\\’s Bay, for its hospitality, quality of menu, complimented by a varied and comprehensive selection of Wines, Beers and Spirits. In our menu we specialise in offering quality locally sourced Fish, Seafood, Game and Meats, all cooked freshly to order, often in a seasonal manner. Our well stocked bar, presenting local micro brewery beers, European bottled beers, Old and new world wines featuring those from Kent, and a wide selection of single malt whisky. St Margaret\\\\\\\’s Bay has a wealth of local and maritime interest and in the nearby Museum an exhibition of Noel Coward who was once a celebrated resident of St. Margaret\\\\\\\’s Bay in the early 1950\\\\\\\’s. The Bay and surrounding area for centuries was the haunt of smugglers, and the coastline was the scene of many wrecks, lying as it does off the Goodwin Sands, maps are displayed upon our walls along with much other interesting historical information,. As France is only twenty miles across the English Channel, placing The Coastguard \\\\\\\”Britain\\\\\\\’s nearest pub to France\\\\\\\””

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