July 2021 will see the opening of Hearth in Ramsgate by Chef Jack Hancock who recently left the fold of Michelin-starred Adam Byatt in London. “Jack’s had a great journey with us and it’s wonderful to see him give it a go. I’m sure the people of Kent will love what he puts on the table.” Byatt says.

Hearth will offer modern British dining, serving seasonal, fresh dishes where local produce takes centre stage. "We want to keep it real and grounded, cooking on the bone and over coals.” Hancock tells us.
He has been working for Adam at Trinity, Upstairs and Bistro Union for three years. Before this he cut his teeth in some of Manchester’s best established restaurants, alongside the likes of Aiden Byrne and Mark Prescott.

James Thomas, owner of The Empire Room, and sister restaurant, Little Ships on Ramsgate’s harbour front, is delighted that Hancock has embraced the opportunity to establish this pop-up. “It's exciting to see the talent from London landing in other parts of the country."

Hearth will pop up in the intimate dining space beneath the Royal Harbour Hotel on Ramsgate’s Westcliff. Spaces are limited, so get in touch to secure your table.