Webbe's at The Fish Cafe is sadly CLOSED until further notice under tier 4 Restrictions
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We have had to make a few changes to the way we do things to make our restaurant Covid-safe for YOU and our TEAM
This modern establishment offers an open plan ground floor restaurant, our first floor Restaurant, a Function Suite and a Cookery School
Paul and Rebecca Webbe, Directors, have personally designed and styled Webbes, to suit every need and to enhance the history and style of its beautiful building.
A four storey brick built, listed building, the first completely fire proof building of its kind in the UK, built in 1907. Webbes offers fresh fish, from the local ports of Rye and Hastings, meat and vegetarian dishes are also available.
All local produce is used seasonally, if possible.
Both suitable for any occasion from a corporate meeting to family celebrations,
Webbe's at the Fish Café has been designed using guidance from Environmental advisers, and therefore will operate to the most economical and environmentally friendly methods. Using recycling collections, and water and fuel saving equipment throughout the building, we endeavour to follow good practices where ever possible. Food waste is recycled for Bio fuel. The Fish Café is fitted with an air conditioning, heating and air filtration system which will efficiently cool/heat.
We offer our own Rye tap water, which has been filtered and carbonated on site. Zero miles, recycled and re-useable glass bottes.
Webbe's at the Fish Café is a totally non-smoking environment. E-Cigarettes and vaping are not allowed on the premises
Experienced in providing everything you need for a special corporate or family event or conference including venues, activities, catering, accommodation and extras tailored to suit your goals and budget.
When you see this sign, you know the fish you are eating has been landed using traditional methods that have been in place for over 1,000 years. Hastings fleet uses sustainable fishing methods that help maintain stocks and don’t destroy habitats, or other species. Ask your server which dish is a Hastings Fish dish today. Visit www.hastingsfish.org.uk for more information.