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Folkestone Harbour Welcomes Exciting New Businesses from Easter Weekend

Folkestone Harbour, the foodie experience and hub for independent food and drink brands in Kent, is preparing to welcome six exciting new businesses from Easter. Whether you’re craving fresh sushi, delicious bao buns, bubble tea, juicy burgers, gooey cheese delights, or craft beer, Folkestone Harbour is the place to be. Sooshi SushiGobsmack’dQueso Hombre, Floc. Brewery, Little Baoboba and RAD Burger will open their doors and delight visitors with their unique offerings from Easter weekend onwards.

Sooshi Sushi at The Harbour Arm
Founded by Joanne Wilson and her husband Ben, during lockdown Sooshi Sushi promises delicious flavours inspired by Joanne’s diverse culinary background. From traditional maki rolls to innovative creations like the “Sushi Dogs,” Sooshi Sushi is ready to tantalise taste buds and amplify Folkestone’s dining scene. Visitors can also look forward to a refreshing selection of Asian-inspired drinks, including bubble tea and Japanese lager.
 

Gobsmack’d at The Goods Yard
Steve and Maria bring their passion for burgers to Folkestone with Gobsmack’d, offering mouthwatering creations that are sure to leave diners gobsmacked. With Steve’s culinary expertise honed in renowned establishments like The Pearsons Arms and Thackeray’s Restaurant, guests can expect nothing short of perfection from Gobsmack’d. From indulgent blue cheese mayo to innovative blooming onion, Gobsmack’d promises a burger experience like no other.


Queso Hombre at The Harbour Arm
Brad Cheeseman, also known as Queso Hombre – the man with the cheese, brings a taste of Spain to Folkestone with his cheese-centric menu. From gooey cheese toasties to theatrical raclette presentations washed down with a sparkling sangria, Queso Hombre offers a delicious journey through the world of melted cheese. Sweet toasties featuring Nutella and marshmallows provide the perfect end to a cheese.

Floc. Brewery at The Goods Yard
Ross Shields and Eddie Hollis of Floc. Brewery introduce Floc. Bar, a collection of carefully crafted brews designed to delight beer enthusiasts. With a focus on inclusivity and community, Floc. Brewery aims to provide a welcoming space for all visitors to enjoy their handcrafted beers, including their popular New England IPA.

 Little Baoboba at The Goods Yard
Bao buns and bubble tea have proven to be a huge hit at Folkestone Harbour! So much so that Andrew Young and Jack Sherrin are expanding Baoboba , which has been a hit Harbourside, into The Goods Yard with their aptly named Little Baoboba. Little Baoboba will serve a selection of delicious bao buns as well as their famous bubble tea.

RAD Burger
RAD Burger have already made waves in Whitstable with their street food for the masses and will be bringing their tantalising burgers to the Harbour Arm. Slap-up street food for the masses! They pride themselves on their freshly made patties, as well as their fantastic veggie options and a range of sides, including some of the best halloumi fries in Kent.

 

 “We’re thrilled to welcome Sooshi Sushi, Gobsmack’d, Queso Hombre, Floc. Brewery, Little Boaboba and RAD Burger to Folkestone Harbour,” Paulo Kingston-Correia, General Manager of Folkestone Harbour & Seafront Development Company said, “These new establishments add to the vibrant tapestry of Folkestone Harbour, offering locals and visitors alike a diverse array of culinary experiences to enjoy. Each of these businesses brings something unique to our community in time for Easter.”

For more information and opening times and dates visit folkestoneharbourarm.co.uk
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