Saracen's Head1 Alfred Square
See more about this pub on WhatPub, CAMRA's national pub guide.
Pub reopened on Friday, 25th February under new management, so information on this page is likely to be out of date.
Dating back to the early 19th century this cosy, community pub is situated a short distance north of Deal's town centre.
The large L-shaped bar, wooden floors, bench seating and lots of mirrors give the pub's interior a pleasant feel to it.
In addition to Shepherd Neame's Master Brew and Whitstable Bay, Shep's seasonal ales are served from the three hand pumps. An occasional guest from another brewery may be on tap.
Traditional pub grub, made from locally sourced ingredients, is served at the weekend and there are two sittings for Sunday lunch at 12.30 and 2.00.
At the back there is a courtyard garden, a pleasant place for a drink or two while soaking up the sun and sea air.
Events at the pub vary from regular live music to monthly quizzes and the Grumpy Old Lunch.
Although the pub is not fully wheel-chair friendly, a ramp can be put down giving access to the bar.Kent’s Public House Archive: Saracen's Head, Deal