Restaurants in Canvey Island
Nestled in the estuary of the River Thames, Canvey Island has been a part of British history since Roman times, where the boggy land has been reclaimed and now offers a thriving city centre and a population of nearly 40,000.
Eating out in Canvey Island restaurants is a tasty treat as fresh fish from the docks is just a stone’s throw away, plus the agricultural land surrounding the town is highly productive. A famous cafe built in the thirties, the Labworth, when the town was a booming seaside resort has been renovated in the past twenty years, enhancing Canvey’s food scene with a unique touch of history too.
Furtherwick Road, Canvey Island