What makes the grilled cheese sandwich at Cheesy Tiger so good? With a satisfying mix of crunchy and gooey textures and fat pickles, apple and fennel 'slaw on the side, it’s the perfect foil to brisk sea winds. As a share plate (following a moreishly salty primer of padron peppers), it marries well with a generous rigatoni with fennel sausage ragù and peas. The kitchen of this former fisherman’s cottage turns out a compact, no-fuss menu of share plates, complemented by natural wines, to a soundtrack of classic rock. The three tables inside fill up fast – so it’s just as well there’s outside seating on the Harbour Arm, ready for summer nights overlooking Margate old town.
Cheesy TigerA beachside bolthole that elevates the toastie to an art form
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