- See & Do
- Dining Out
- Canterbury District
- Plan My Visit
Stour Street, Canterbury, CT1 2NR, Tel: 01227 826682, www.michaelcaines.com
Perfectly situated in the city centre, ABode Canterbury combines tradition and quality throughout the hotel: in all our luxurious bedrooms, exciting dining locations and private function suites.
29ab St. Margarets Street, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2TG, Tel: 01227 478999, www.cjs-canterbury.co.uk
Family run baguette shop serving 49 different fillings in freshly baked bread. Organic coffees, gluten, dairy free soups, hot roast dinner baguettes.
Dating back to the 1790's, Whitstable Castle and Gardens has been home to local merchants and dignitaries remaining a landmark attraction throughout its history. It is a 'must see' for everyone visiting the town of Whitstable.
15 Palace Street, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2DZ, Tel: 01227 472401
Fully licensed café bistro offering fresh handmade international food and cakes using local, seasonal ingredients. Special diets catered for including daily vegetarian options.
Breach, Nr. Barham, Canterbury, CT4 6LN, Tel: 01227 831052, Email
Vineyard, tearoom, craft, pottery. See how vines grow and enjoy morning coffee, cream tea or a light lunch.
61 Dover Street, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 3HD, Tel: 01227 788022, www.forgebistro.co.uk
The Forge is a unique dining concept, offering nibbles and small plates with flavours from all over the world in a welcoming, relaxing, informal atmosphere.
36 New Dover Road, Canterbury, CT1 3DU, Tel: 01227 760 341, www.abbotsbartonhotel.com
Set within lawned gardens and only a ten minute walk from Canterbury city centre, the Best Western Abbots Barton Hotel dates back to 1830.
White Horse Lane, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2RU, Tel: 01227 458599, www.thefoundrycanterbury.co.uk
Restaurant & traditional microbrewery situated in part of an old foundry in the heart of the city. Brewery on display behind a glass wall will provide a range of modern fresh cask conditioned ales, available to try in the restaurant.
Speciality: Burgers, ribs, pies
Serves traditional pub lunches, including sandwiches, light bites and main meals. Dinner, bed and breakfast offer £99 includes 1 night stay for two people, breakfast for 2 and 2 courses each from our evening menu - Mon to Thurs.
1 - 2 Mill Lane, St. Radigunds, Canterbury, CT1 2AW, Tel: 01227 456057, www.millerscanterbury.co.uk
The Millers Arms offers fine local beers as well as home cooked food using local supplies.
12/13 Sun Street, The Buttermarket, Canterbury, CT1 2HX, Tel: 01227 781885
Overlooking the medieval cobbled square in the Butter Market offering a unique view and style and combining the old and new with the best of British.
85 St. Dunstans Street, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 8AD, Tel: 01227 379555, www.goldenkitchen.co.uk
Eat as much as you can only £12.95 or one person dinner plate from £5.30. Special lunch meal £4.95. Chinese takeaway and free home delivery service available.
24 St Peter's Street, Canterbury, CT1 2BQ, Tel: 01227 780079, www.apeksha.co.uk
Situated by the historic Westgate Tower and Marlowe Theatre, a contemporary Indian restaurant offering an array of new, mouth watering dishes within a reasonable price range.
Speciality: Fish and seafood dishes and Moghul delicacy
18 St Peter's Street, Canterbury, CT1 2BQ, Tel: 01227 763298, www.theladyluck.co.uk
Rock and Roll pub in the heart of Canterbury. Fresh homemade food, gourmet burgers a speciality. Baguettes, nachos, slow cooked chilli and pub favourites.
Hidden away from all the hustle and bustle of Canterbury high street. Search for us in the interesting back streets of the city, try our Aussie style coffee and 19th century Vacuum coffee or just a bite to eat.
Arabian food is some of the most sensual in the world. The food exudes rich flavours and it appeals directly and unashamedly to the senses of smell, sight and taste.
Speciality: Traditional Moroccan Tagines/ Couscous Dishes/ Speciality Chargrills/ Authentic Desserts
Beacon Hill, Herne Bay, Kent, CT6 6BA, Tel: 01227 374188, www.thekingshall.com
The Kings Hall is an architectural gem, captivating visitors with its original Edwardian features and idyllic seafront views. It was originally named the King Edward VII Memorial Hall.