Cafe’s and Tea Rooms

Cafe’s and Tea Rooms in Rye come in a wide variety.

Curved windows on the high street allow you to watch people pass, whilst others are tucked away in quiet back lanes. All are in private ownership not a brand name in sight.


  • Marino’s Fish and Chips Rye
    If Carlsberg did fish and chips. All cooked fresh to order and nicely presented you are going to love the Fish and Chips here, you can also call and book a table for your meal or hire the restaurant. 37-38 the Mint Telephone: 01797 223 268
  • Cafe Zara Rye
    Enjoy our delicious meals, fresh ice cream and fudge for the whole family. We are open Monday to Sunday from 9am to 6pm. We have a function room available for your private parties, corporate functions, family events etc. Please contact us on 01797 458003 or enquiries@cafezara.co.uk for further details. http://www.cafezara.co.uk/  
  • Haydens
    Hayden’s is an 18th century building perfectly placed in the heart of Rye, just a short walk away from the town’s many historic sites. Each suite has a seating area. TV, digital radio/ipod dock, complimentary Fairtrade organic tea, coffee and hot chocolate (plus home-made cake on arrival), fresh milk, hairdryer and bathrobes, and complimentary eco-friendly shampoos, ...
  • Lime Wharf Cafe
    Lime Wharf Cafe  is located close to Bodiam Boating station and Kent and east Sussex railway
  • Simon the Pieman
    Simon the Pieman for many years the love and passion of one man. Simon the Pieman started as a family business and remains many years later as such. Each morning the ovens start whilst most people sleep, fresh ingredients from private recipes are used to create the delights for friends who live in Rye and frequent ...
  • Fletchers Tea Rooms
    Fletchers are known for traditional afternoon teas serving freshly baked home made scones, cakes and pastries, made daily on our premises with the finest ingredients. A  licensed restaurant so you can enjoy a glass of wine with your lunch or Sunday roast in this tudor beamed restaurant which was once home to Jacobean Playwright, John Fletcher. Upstairs ...