Our main restaurant, the NAAFI, is housed in the 1868 Regimental Institute, so was used as a restaurant by the soldiers once stationed here. Here we have a full range of hot foods, all freshly cooked on site using local ingredients wherever possible. We also have sandwiches, home-made soup, local scones, a great range of cakes, plus tubs of local ice-cream.
The Great Tower Cafe was built in 1901 and incorporates some of the inner bailey wall. Here we sell sandwiches and snacks, home-made soup, and a range of cakes and ice-cream.
Built into the original Napoleonic Tunnel complex of The Secret Wartime Tunnels, we have a small Tunnels Tea Room alongside the shop. Here we sell a range of sandwiches, cakes and ice cream. You can visit this part of the tunnels even if not doing one of the two guided tours.
On sunny days, event weekends and school holidays, we also open our Ice-Cream Parlour, housed in a converted 1895 Meat Store next door to the NAAFI restaurant. Here we sell a fabulous range of local ice-cream, made by Solley's, from just up the coast near Deal.
See our Food and Drink page for more details of what we offer at Dover Castle.