Salt in Spring and Hotdogs by the Sea

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Many of you will have read my first post about Salt back in November of last year. The Canterbury restaurant has built a great reputation for itself and its philosophy of small plates and local, seasonal produce. With a ‘restaurants to try’ list that could circumnavigate the earth, we only managed to visit Salt a second time a couple weeks ago. As always, the food was fresh, interesting and delicious. We also caught word that Emma and Lee were looking into a new place in Whitstable. Saltdog opened yesterday and is cranking out gourmet hotdogs and beer on the Whitstable seafront. So now the lucky people of Kent have not one, but two ways to enjoy the creativity of this pair and the beauty of local Kentish produce. So what are you waiting for? 

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Potted crab

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Pickled herring with new potatoes, spring onions and sour cream

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Confit duck hash with roasted fennel and mustard sauce

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Air dried ham with pickled onions and beetroot jam (background) and smoked trout and horseradish (foreground)

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Braised pig cheeks with saffron sauce

Bon appetit!

Looking for somewhere to eat out in Kent? Come try my supper club!

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4 thoughts on “Salt in Spring and Hotdogs by the Sea

  1. fromthefamilytable says:

    It all looks so British and so good. I think my favorite is the potted crab – or the duck hash – or the pickled herring – or the smoked trout – or the braised pork cheeks. Those are impossible decisions!

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