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1181 Restaurant
When dining at Chartham Hatch’s 1181 Restaurant, here at the beautiful Howfield Manor Hotel, it’s suddenly very easy to see how Kent earned its title of ‘The Garden of England’. Situated mere moments from Canterbury and within easy reach of the famous East Kent coastline, the 1181 Restaurant is found among blooming gardens, patches of vegetables scattered throughout the gardens of this pretty manor house originally established in, of course, 1181. Wherever possible, the chefs of the 1181 kitchens source their ingredients within a twenty mile radius - fish from the nearby ports and vegetables even homegrown on site. This wonderful produce results in spectacularly simple, flavourful classic French and British dishes that promise to delight and inspire.

Cuisine: French
Location: Howfield Manor, Howfield Lane, Chartham Hatch, Canterbury, CT4 7HQ [Map]

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A fusion of Moroccan, Lebanese and Mediterranean aromas, this popular and cosy restaurant on Church Street in Canterbury is a hit with local food-lovers. The dark and exotic souk-style dining room at Azouma – decorated with lanterns, low tables and mountains of cushions – is a fun place for dinner parties and romantic meals, and every Thursday night the restaurant hosts live belly dancers. Couscous dishes, spicy chargrills, home-baked bread and pastries are all served here – and signature dishes from the kitchen include the tagine djej bzetoun – a slow-cooked dish with chicken, piquant lemons and olives; and the samakeh harrah – sea bass baked in a traditional Lebanese fashion.

Cuisine: Middle Eastern
Location: 4 Church Street, St Paul's, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 1NH [Map]

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Michael Caines at ABode
toptable Dining Awards 2010 - Runner-up: Best for Parties. The Michael Caines at ABode restaurant in the historic city of Canterbury is a sure choice for fine dining with a relaxed atmosphere. Airy and stylish, the restaurant is sophisticated and timeless in its décor. But the real star of the ABode show is the menu. It of course bears the Michael Caines name, giving plenty of Michelin star credit, but it’s Executive Chef, Jean-Marc Zanetti and Head Chef Toby Lin, who are the real names behind the delicious combination of seasonal ingredients and creative processes. With a temperature controlled wine room, a spectacular seven course tasting menu and the chef’s table set inside the kitchen, ABode offers a thrilling dining experience.

Cuisine: Modern European
Location: The ABode Hotel, High Street, Canterbury, CT1 2RX [Map]

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Olive Grove
This rustic trattoria in Canterbury is the result of a delightful tale of serendipity... The Olive Grove came to fruition when two Italian travellers who were childhood friends became stranded after their car broke down just outside the city, and after falling in love with the place the friends decided to stay put and together created this authentic Italian eatery that has become a hit on the local dining scene. Filled with wooden furniture, terra cotta coloured walls and potted plants, the Olive Grove has a unique, down-to-earth atmosphere, and star dishes include the Fiorentina pizza and the scalloppine al limone – veal in a lemon butter and white wine sauce served with roast potatoes.

Cuisine: Italian
Location: 12 Best Lane, Canterbury, CT1 2JB [Map]

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Osteria Posillipo Pizzeria
Childhood friends Enzo Espedito welcome you to a little taste of Napoli with Osteria Posillipo Pizzaria – quite likely one of Canterbury’s friendliest restaurants. Decorated in relaxing woods, this light, airy space has the added bonus of being located near the Marlowe Theatre. An in-house wood-fired stone oven is visible from the open-plan kitchen on the ground floor, allowing hungry diners watch their pizzas bubble away the traditional way. Not in the mood for pizza? Traditional Italian favourites are the name of the game here, including fresh, homemade pasta like spaghetti a vongole.

Cuisine: Italian
Location: 16 The Borough, Canterbury, CT1 2DR [Map]

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Royal Inn
This super-chic Chinese in Canterbury is popular with a trendy Kentish crowd, and is located in Longport. Perfect for posh dinner parties, stylish dates and events, the Royal Inn Contemporary Chinese is decorated with designer wallpaper, blonde wooden floors and suede seating, and the restaurant is popular for its authentic cuisine and Chinese tea. The Royal Inn has a cosmopolitan, energetic vibe, and there is a private dining room for exclusive soirees. Favourites from the menu include the lobster served with crispy noodles and a ginger and spring onion sauce; the crispy aromatic duck pancakes with cucumber and Hoi Sin sauce; and the tofu stir-fry with macadamia nuts. We also love the special artistic tea.

Cuisine: Chinese
Location: 1 & 2 Longport, Canterbury, CT1 1PE [Map]

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Shed Cantina
Shed Cantina restaurant in the heart of Canterbury has carved its own brilliant culinary niche over the past few years. With a warm accommodating staff, bright cheery colour scheme and relaxed atmosphere, the Shed Cantina has earned unbeatable word-of-mouth. But it’s the menu of Californian cuisine that really shines -- the uncompromising freshness and care that goes into every dish, from the Mexican-inspired nachos and fajitas to the Californian burger to the inventive duck with gin sauce or the Serrano-wrapped chicken breast. International wine list, friendly service, excellent bar and a parking garage right across the street. Perfect.

Cuisine: Modern American
Location: 61 Dover Street, Canterbury, CT1 3HD [Map]

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The Cuban
The Cuban restaurant in Canterbury may revolutionize your eating and drinking forever. Like its sibling restaurants, The Cuban wears its passionate Latin heart on its flaming sleeve with a dining room full of vibrant colours and fabulous music. Set on three levels, this Cuban is retro-fitted into an historic building a stone’s throw from the Cathedral. The menu features tapas, burgers, and authentic dishes inspired by the tastes of Havana, an intermingling of Spanish, native, and African cuisines. The bar features, along with classic caipirinhas and mojitos, an own version of Sazerac, the first cocktail ever invented.

Cuisine: Latin American
Location: 41 - 43 High Street, Canterbury, CT1 2RY [Map]

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The Dog Inn @ Wingham
The Dog Inn at Wingham in Kent has got it all: picture postcard setting, ancient building, charming staff, rooms to let and a snug. Just a few miles from Canterbury, The Dog Inn’s sympathetic restoration has only enhanced the 13th century, Grade II listed building. The dining rooms vary from cosy and paneled to airy and modern with exposed brick walls, slate floor, leather chairs and local hops hung everywhere. The locally-sourced menu features English dishes with an original French twist, including classics like Chateaubriand for two, daily signature dishes and weekly specials. There’s an irresistible tasting menu and the wine list proudly spotlights Kentish wines.

Cuisine: English
Location: Canteberry Road, Wingham, CT3 1BB [Map]

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The Red Lion Inn
Located in the village of Bridge, just outside Canterbury, The Red Lion is a traditional British pub with a splash of French restaurant flair. Eye-catching from the outside, The Red Lion boasts a uniquely old fashioned exterior brought up-to-date with a lick of light coloured paint, while inside is comfortable and cosy, a traditional space with olde worlde charm in its rough beams and pillars – the ideal village pub. But while the décor might be traditional, The Red Lion’s menu is less so. With the influence of host Rene Renault (from Rennes no less), the kitchen has added French sophistication to locally sourced ingredients - including eggs from the owners’ own hens – in modern creative dishes.

Cuisine: Modern European
Location: 75 High Street Bridge, Canterbury, CT4 5LB [Map]

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