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Pubs and Bars with Restaurants restaurants in Canterbury

Thomas Becket

Traditional0 miles 21 Best Lane CT1 2JB

Just a stone’s throw from the city centre and five minutes from the beautiful cathedral, Thomas Becket is a great place to relax after exploring the city. Tucked behind the old library, the welcoming pub is steeped in history and is named after the 10th-century Archbishop of Canterbury. Having stood for 250 years, this tradition...

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La Trappiste

Bar-Restaurant0.1 miles 1-2 Sun Street CT1 2HX

At this vibrant bar and restaurant in a picturesque corner of Canterbury, you’ll feel like you’ve been whisked away to a sophisticated bistro on the Continent. The decor at this stylish spot – think mismatched furniture and Art Nouveau-style murals – will have you pulling up a pew in no time, and the alluring aroma of fres...

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Cricketers

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants0.1 miles 14 St Peters Street CT1 2BQ

Conveniently located in the heart of Canterbury, The Cricketers is a snug, traditional English pub that has maintained but subtly modernised its original features. Its wooden beams are painted a warm grey, old furniture sits alongside contemporary decor, and a wood-burning stove still roars in the winter. On sunnier days, there's a ...

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The Lady Luck

Bar-Grill, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants0.1 miles 18 St Peter's Lane CT1 2BQ

Since its opening in 2009, this self-confessed 'rock and roll bar' has built up a solid reputation as a unique and genuinely friendly establishment that will have you hooked from your very first visit. Themed events like 50s rock and roll and charity pirate nights have made this venue a popular choice for evening entertainment, but ...

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Citi Terrace

Bar-Restaurant, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants0.2 miles 1 Longmarket CT1 2JS

Located above Wagamama’s in central Canterbury is a venue that can cater to all your smokehouse needs. As one of the first smokehouses to hit Canterbury’s dining scene, Citi Terrace specialises in mouth-watering chicken, ribs, brisket and much more, all served with their own sides and slaws. Meat is locally sourced and slowly ...

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White Hart

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants0.3 miles Worthgate Place CT1 2QX

With an ancient Roman burial site on one side and the old graveyard on the other, and itself built on the ruins of St Mary's Church, the White Hart is perfect for a meal following one of Canterbury's famous haunted tours. Its central location also makes it a great place for a quick lunch, with historical interest to accompany the fan...

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The Monument

Traditional0.4 miles 37 St Dunstans Street CT2 8BZ

Situated in an historic Canterbury inn opposite St Dunstan’s Church, The Monument – Canterbury’s only plant-based foodie pub – is just a short walk from the city centre, and a vibrant atmosphere awaits within. Glowing reviews from vegans and their carnivorous counterparts alike stand testament to the heavenly food and drin...

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The Phoenix

Traditional0.6 miles 67 Old Dover Road CT1 3DB

A pub has stood on the corner of Old Dover Road since 1874, and the spot is now home to the appropriately named Phoenix pub, which was rebuilt after a fire in 1968. The Phoenix is one of Canterbury’s best-known pubs, popular with cricket fans, locals and visitors thanks to its excellent selection of real ales and hearty fare. Th...

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Ye Olde Beverlie

Grill0.7 miles St Stephen's Green CT2 7JU

Just north of the centre of Canterbury sits this quaint yet trendy, sympathetically refurbished 15th-century eatery. Upon entry, I was greeted by the friendly, professional staff, who showed me to a table in the rear restaurant. I noticed that the front bar area was packed with customers, which was a good indication...

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The Old Coach & Horses

Gastropub1.1 miles Church Hill Harbledown CT2 9AB

When we visited this old coaching inn, an open fire roared amid an interior that is stylishly modern whilst staying respectful to the building’s history. Upstairs, an exciting collection of smaller dining rooms offers delightful views across the hills – this is a gastropub ideal for gatherings large and small.
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The Golden Lion

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants2.5 miles Mayton Lane Broad Oak CT2 0QJ

Set in the gorgeous Kent countryside, in the pretty village of Broad Oak, is The Golden Lion. Owner and chef Colin Robson used to visit the pub with his parents as a child, and when it became available last year he jumped at the chance to put it on the map as the place to go for quality food and friendly service. My companion and I...

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The Royal Oak

Bar-Restaurant2.7 miles 140 Blean Common CT2 9JJ

Ensconced in the quaint village of Blean, The Royal Oak is a delightful venue worth visiting time and again. The menus offer plenty of variety, with choices that will impress even the most discerning diner. Visit and tuck into tender lamb shank paired with mustard mash, or perhaps plump for pan-fried duck breast in redcurrant sauc...

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The Chapter Arms

Gastropub, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants2.9 miles New Town Street Chartham Hatch CT4 7LT

Only a few minutes from the centre of Canterbury, this quintessentially English country pub boasts one of the best views in Kent. Situated in an acre of gardens, overlooking orchards and oast houses on the North Downs Way, the beautiful rural setting makes it a perfect venue for a meal with friends or family. It is equally ideal for...

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The Artichoke

Traditional3.1 miles Rattington Street CT4 7JQ

An independently run pub, The Artichoke is brimming with history and character. The pub’s convenient location at the end of one of Canterbury’s most scenic walks – which runs from the popular Westgate Gardens to Chartham Village Hall – makes a visit to The Artichoke the perfect way to end a riverside adventure with some he...

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Red Lion Inn

Traditional3.2 miles 75 High Street Bridge CT4 5LB

Inviting, atmospheric surrounds and traditional British gastronomy blend at The Red Lion Inn, an eminently popular pub and restaurant in the heart of the Canterbury country village of Bridge. Inside, rich wooden furnishings and exposed brickwork uphold a comfortable, modern rustic aesthetic, while outside, the pub’s well-tended ...

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