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Squaremeal – The UK’s 100 Top Restaurants

“A welcome addition to the award-winning high street in what is arguably Kent’s prettiest seaside town, this lively French bistro has been delighting locals and visitors since opening its doors in 2016.”

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Michelin Guide

“A quirky bistro with yellow canopies and mismatched furnishings; its unusual name refers to its French and Scottish owners. Large blackboard menus list refined, innately simple dishes which let the ingredients do the talking.”

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The Independent

“The food is unpretentious but delicious”

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The Guardian

“Frog and Scot is the justly lauded culinary queen round here.”

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cntraveller.com

“Frog and Scot: the seafood star”

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Kent Live

“Offering quality ingredients and superb cooking in a warm and friendly environment, Frog and Scot is bistronomy at it’s best.”

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cntraveller.com

“A modern bistro which lacks in pretence and excels in fresh, simple seafood”

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The Times

“The flight of a certain kind of cool to the Kent coast continues.”

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Keepers Cottages

“French classics with a contemporary edge are the order of the day.”

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themobilefoodguide.com

“The Frog & Scot, a lively French bistro is a welcome addition to the Kent seaside town of Deal on the English Channel.”

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weekendr.co.uk

“Gobble gallic-tinged grub at this all-day cafe and restaurant owned by the friendly team behind Le Pinardier.”

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Kent Life

“When it comes to eating out, there are some treats in store too”

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The Telegraph

“Has good food and is relaxed and friendly”

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The Thanet Ganet

“If there’s one good thing to come out of 2016, it’s that I’ve got a new favourite restaurant”

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The Guardian

“The lack of pretension is as bracing as a dive into the British briny”

Food 7/10
Atmosphere 7/10
Value for money 8/10

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weekendr.co.uk

“This hip new opening is two minutes’ walk from the beach on a high street that bristles with quirky independent shops. Owned by friendly couple Benoit Dezecot and his partner Sarah Ross, who also run nearby wine bar Le Pinardier, it’s a slick all-day French bistro with chef David Hart (ex-Sportsman) at the helm. Expect starters like seared scallops with celeriac, crab with fennel, Whitstable oysters or seafood platters; and superior duck confit, hake with beurre blanc or baked halibut with cucumber velouté as mains. On weekend evenings most of the tables – many of which are in fact sharing benches – are booked, but you can always swing by for a well-sourced glass of wine, or bar snack at the counter. A set lunch menu is just £13.95 for two course.”

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The Week Magazine

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