Seafood by the sea: Hantverk & Found, Margate


A couple weekends ago, in beautiful sunshine, we headed up to Margate to check out a new restaurant/art gallery for my second Olive magazine review. Hantverk & Found is the brainchild of chef Kate de Syllas, formerly of Unpackaged, and is a tiny four-table café serving up the freshest of Kentish seafood and promoting local artists in the equally tiny basement art gallery.



I can’t speak highly enough of the beautifully decorated space, the mouth-watering menu and the warm and welcoming staff. The small, but perfectly formed wine list offered us the perfect match for our sunny seafood supper.



You can read the full review on Olive’s website, but if you’re in the Kent area head to Margate for a day out by the seaside. Take in some art at the Turner Contemporary, take a spin on the teacups at Dreamland, and then stagger your way to 18 King Street and tuck into some of the county’s finest seafood.

Bon appetit!

6 thoughts on “Seafood by the sea: Hantverk & Found, Margate

  1. Tina Keller says:

    What a lovely review! I read a few others from Olive and yours was the most interesting and fun to read. Not that I’m biased or anything.



  2. Jeanette Hoggatt says:

    Looks delicious Pami!  Well written review!  The pictures and descriptions made Grandma’s mouth water! Love you! Mom

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