Big Pan Foods have opened for business in Clock Tower Square on the new Marina Curve at the Port of Dover, serving delicious ‘twisted’ South African street food to the local community. There’s a huge variety on the menu, like paella, wraps, and Durban curry, as well as great vegan options. Stop by for desserts like churros and bubble waffles too.
Having opened on Saturday, 4th December, Big Pan Foods are already changing the game and offering new takes on traditional South African foods. Customers will find a selection of ‘tasters’, foods perfect for eating on the move whilst you wander around the Marina Curve, as well as wholesome and filling mains and desserts.
There’s a huge variety on the menu, with different specials on the menu each day and many vegan options.
Tasters include biltong, wings, candied bacon rolls and tacos while the lineup of main dishes includes paellas, wraps and Durban curry.
The desserts on offer include delights like churros and bubble waffles and tea, coffee and cold drinks are available too.
Commenting, Jason Ransley, Head of Property, said:
“The Dover team are delighted to welcome Big Pan Foods to the waterfront and that the local community will be able to enjoy a greater variety of food while taking in the surroundings.
This is the newest addition to the Marina Curve leisure area, which has been transformed as part of the Dover Western Docks Revival Project and we look forward to adding more concessions and progressing the development very soon.”
Big Pan Foods will be open in Clock Tower Square from Thursday-Sunday and can be found on social media at @bigpanfoods on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
Notes to Editors
The Port of Dover is the UK’s busiest international ferry port, handling more lorries than all other UK ports put together through an unrivalled and fluid operation capable of facilitating 120 ferry movements and 110 miles of freight per day. £144bn worth of UK trade and 33% of all trade with the EU is handled by the Port of Dover.