Our name is a homage to the hundreds of 'Little Ships' that left Ramsgate and surrounding ports during May 1940 to rescue over 300,000 British and Allied servicemen from the beaches of Dunkirk.


The restaurant has pictures and photographs of the evacuation and a uniform worn by the owner's grandfather, a medical officer, who was safely rescued from Dunkirk on May 30th 1940.


We endeavour to source most of our food from within 30 miles of the restaurant. This area includes Kent and the Pas de Calais.


Burning charcoal has been a method of cooking for thousands of years


Our bespoke Harrison charcoal oven cooks our meat, fish and vegetables in moments. By searing the outside to a distinctly smoky and crisp texture, this method ensures the natural flavours of the food are sealed within.