The Sunday Times, in conjunction with the authoritative Harden's Restaurant Guide, has named Margate's The Ambrette Restaurant in its top 130 restaurants in the country to eat at for les than £50. The Sunday Times "Cheap(ish) Eats" guide lists The Ambrette as one of 10 best in the south east and one of only 4 in Kent - the others being JoJo's in Whitstable, Xi'an in Orpington and Cafe Mauresque in Canterbury. East Sussex claims two places - The Curlew in Bodiam and The Gingerman in Brighton. The Sunday Times descibes as The Ambrette as "An Indian with a difference; there's no curry. This modern Mumbai dining ... in reassuringly simply surroundings ... and a good reason to visit Margate, at least once" The Ambrette's chef patron Dev Biswal, said; "National recognition for The Ambrette, is good news for the local Thanet economy - whenever we are featured in the national press, we received bookings from gastro tourists from far and wide, many of whom take a mini break in the area."