Ambrette featured by BBC Good Food. Representing the whole of the South East as one of "Top 12 mavericks in Britian"
As you may have seen in a recent edition of the Independent, The Ambrette restaurant in Margate was voted as “Cool Place of the Day” for the 1st of August 2016.
Author Sam Cook had this to say abouth the resturant; "The Ambrette offers stylish, modern Indian food that’s leagues ahead of your standard chicken tikka or balti, racking up rafts of accolades and awards in its wake".
The UK's bestselling restaurant guide recommends Ambrette Margate as a "Local Gem", "delievring good, freshly cooked food"
The Good Food Guide is the UK's bestselling restaurant guide. This year we are proud to announce that we are one of only two restaurants located in Margate, Kent to make it into the prestigious recoomended list.
Dev Biswal was invited to cook live on stage at a special evening of cookery and conversation with the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby and hosted by the Rev Richard Coles (BBC R4’s Saturday Live).
We are so thankful and proud to announce that both Margate and Canterbury have been nominated for the prestigious "Best Restaurant in Kent Award".
The Taste of Kent Awards are the county's longest running and most prestigious awards. The awards are a celebration of outstanding producers, retailers, restaurants and farmers markets in Kent.
The Ambrette is proud to announce that it has reached the finals of Restaurant magazine’s National Restaurant Awards.
We will feature alongside the country’s top chefs and will go head-to-head with Heston Blumenthal’s internationally acclaimed Fat Duck at Bray, holder of three Michelin stars, in the Diners’ Choice ‘Fit For Foodies’ category.