20 August 2014

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Restaurants in Canterbury

Canterbury is a historic cathedral city, parts of which have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its cathedral is one of the oldest Christian churches in England, made famous by the murder of Thomas Becket in 1170 and through Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales. Many historical structures remain, including the city walls founded in Roman times, as well as the ruins of St Augustine’s Abbey, and it’s a popular tourist destination, one of the most-visited cities in the UK. Popular with commuters, too, for London is less than an hour by train, and the M2 is on the doorstep. Restaurants in Canterbury celebrate produce from the garden of England with gusto, none more so than Rafael’s Restaurant at The Goods Shed, an unpretentious eatery located in Britain’s only all-week farmers’ market. Elsewhere, Faversham is home to an enduring Kent institution, Read’s, while nearby Whitstable is home to The Sportsman, one of the most famous eating places in the country.

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