77 Stour Street,
Average price £20
Great little find for our first night of our holiday
14-15 Beer Cart Lane,
Average price £35
Vegetarian tasting menu £79.95
Curry dishes need to be offered on the menu as well
162-164 New Dover Road,
Average price £25
We had a fabulous three-course meal at this pub
2 Church Road,
Average price £40 Accepts Yums
We had the Mezze, Sea Bass Ceviche and the Moules Mariniere
44 The Street,
Average price £38 Accepts Yums
My wife and I had a great time at The George Inn
Mersham Le Hatch, The Courtyard, Hythe Rd,
Average price £30
Atmospheric Canterbury is packed with fascinating history. The famous cathedral is an absolute must-see for any visitor, and the town centre also boasts many quirky independent shops. Accordingly, restaurants in Canterbury include some truly eccentric British pubs.
Canterbury restaurants aren’t just about the ‘olde worlde’, though. Some very elegant, contemporary and high-end eateries are to be found. For starters, or even desserts, check out Chapman’s Seafood Bar and Brasserie. Bright, modern décor is the backdrop to a UK-sourced assortment of seafood, from crab, to rock oysters, to rope-grown mussels. Vegetarians and non-lovers of fish can also find some appealing treats in the menu.
Ever had Lebanese-Moroccan fusion food? If not, now’s the time to try, because Azouma’s does just that. On the Moroccan side, look out for their selection of aromatic tagines, while fans of Lebanese flavours can sample a selection of kebabs and mezzes. These charcoal-grilled specialties offer a traditional yet gourmet spin on Middle-Eastern dishes.