Lovely food, lovely staff and fantastic location. Ignore the snobby Londoner reviews. Lovely place to spend a windy day.
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After ending up in the Neptune on Saturday evening, catching the last few songs by a good band we decided to end our latest weekend break in Whitstable with another lovely stroll along the beach and a bit of lunch in what is one of...More
I'd rewrite the lyrics to include a visit to the Old Neptune - half a bitter shandy and battered oysters. Although bustling with activity the staff where friendly and helpful (brilliant at locating stray foodies). Modestly priced food was fresh, appetising and filling.
we had a seafood platter, it had the usual, scampi, calamari rings etc and was pleasant enough, we didnt really go here though for the food, we had a dog with us and this place is very dog friendly, it also has a decent range...More
Good location on the beach and dog friendly. Busy when we arrived but order of fish and chips *3 arrived quickly. Freshly cooked and generous portion. Reasonable value.
Fantastic location and the pub itself is really lovely and charming but the food is such a disappointment. No roast dinners on a Sunday! My friend had the fish platter and the fish was not fresh it was clearly frozen, mostly batter. We had suet...More
Good solid pub grub with a nice selection of Ales. I'd never had beer Battered Oysters before, in fact i'd never eaten cooked Oysters at all but was pleasantly surprised, with a good strong Stout as the perfect accompaniment. My wife ate a very big...More
Had lunch at the Old Neptune while on holiday. Very good fish and chips. Friendly staff, dog friendly. Outside seating area perfect on the shingle beach.