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City Fish Bar

  • British

Long lines and lots of satisfied finger-licking attest to the deserved popularity of this excellent fish-and-chip shop in the center...

Michael Caines at ABode

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  • French

Canterbury's most sought-after tables are at Michael Caines (not the actor—an eminent British chef with a similar name). Occupying...

Old Brewery Tavern

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  • British

Although it's part of a hotel, this pub has a separate entrance leading to a room with polished floors, wooden tables, and whitewashed...

Old Buttermarket

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  • British

A colorful, friendly old pub near the cathedral, the Buttermarket is a great place to grab a hearty lunch and sample some traditional...

The Custard Tart

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A short walk from the cathedral, the Custard Tart serves freshly made sandwiches, pies, tarts, and cakes, along with steaming cups of...

The Goods Shed

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  • British

Next to Canterbury West Station, this vaulted wooden space with stone-and-brick walls was a storage shed in Victorian times. Now it's...

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