Frog and Scot is a lively small plates restaurant and bar in the heart of the coastal town of Deal. Situated close to Deal’s charming conservation area and a stone’s throw from the beach, the Bar • Kitchen is run by it’s owners Benoit and Sarah, the eponymous Frog and Scot.

Serving an eclectic menu of small plates and bar snacks, Frog and Scot is a fun and relaxed environment where customers can swing by for just a drink, book an intimate bistro table for dinner, dine at the bar alongside the friendly bar staff, or lounge in the cocktail area with friends. You can even while away the afternoon on the heated outside terrace, watching the world pass by on Deal’s bustling High St.

For large parties, there is a beautiful 10 seater dining table sat in the huge on-street windows, perfect for celebrating special occasions or just getting together with friends to enjoy a selection of small plates, or some of the specially made “sharing mains” (think huge bowls of mussels in fennel, apple and cider. Or whole beetroot tarte tatins!)

Dishes are prepared using ingredients that are ultra-local, seasonal and fresh. Many being supplied by the local community gardens or foraged from the Deal coastline itself. Taking a flexitarian approach to much of the menu, most dishes are vegetarian, vegan or gluten free. Any meat or fish dishes are ethically sourced, coming directly from local Kent farms and fishmongers.

Drinks and cocktails also have the seasons in mind, with many being made using locally foraged ingredients fermented in-house.

Draught beers are from Deal’s Time and Tide brewery, and with organic, natural, and vegan wines on tap you can enjoy a carafe of house wine while you work your way through the delicious small plates menu.

Keep your eye out below for upcoming pop-ups too. From kitchen takeovers, to DJ sets and wine tastings!

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