Friendly staff, nice food and good location..... The only downside I would say it's a shame it's so cramped inside
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On Thursday 20/7/17 I drove with my partner and friends including a Londoner, an American, a Romanian and an Israeli on a tour of the Kent's North Coast. We six had arrived quite late just before 19:00 to Broadstairs and had built up an appetite....More
Star of the Sea cook chips the way they should be, crisp on the outside and soft inside. The batter for the cod was nice and light and crisp. The steak pie and saveloy also very good. Add to that very friendly service. Highly recommended
My experience at the star of the sea was amazing the chips were nicely salted and fluffy. The fish melted in your mouth and the batter was crunchy and a nice texture. The meal deals were very reasonable and it isn't overpriced.
Being gluten intolerant can be tricky sometimes, however on seeking outt he Star of the Sea this was no problem at all. We even sat in (for an extra 50p each) which really helped my poor pregnant feet that had walked miles that day! The...More
Broadstairs on a cold and windy day, strolling about the town we found the Star of the Sea. Smelled nice from outside, so in we went. We both ordered fish and chips. 'Take a seat' we were told and the food was then freshly cooked...More
Love the fact this place does the usual plus something a little different. We had saithe (Atlantic pollack) and chips £3.75 each, cooked fresh. It was a tasty, meaty fish with a stronger flavour than cod (slightly grey as described by the very friendly server)....More