Wheelers does not have a alcohol license so you can bring your own wine to complement the food and this can be done by browsing over our menus on the website ahead of your visit. If you do not wish to bring alcohol, there is an Off Licence opposite us, or alternatively you can saunter along to the quaint Harbour Street, where you will find another small outlet serving a selection of good wine. We do not have a corkage or service charge.
As well dining as Wheelers, you can also buy our delicious homemade quiches, tartlets, sandwiches, design your own seafood platter or choose from a wide selection of seafood to take away. If you are coming to Whitstable for a day on the beach or a picnic on Tankerton slopes, why not pre-order your seafood by phoning through to us when we will freshly prepare and have it ready, so all you have to do is pick it up and enjoy!
Today Wheelers is run by lady called Delia Fitt after she inherited the business from her parents and she is now partnered by Mark Stubbs, the chef who has a small team of chefs producing modern British European food for their very intimate Oyster Parlour and Seafood Bar
Mark Stubbs, the Head Chef also runs Shoreline School of Cookery (on Wednesdays) in the Wheelers kitchen (see the Cookery School tab for more information).
Mark has had numerous televisions appearances including:
SHOP OPENING TIMES
MONDAY & TUESDAY 10.30am-9.00pm
WEDNESDAY CLOSED ALL DAY