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So you're looking for some breakfast in Canterbury to get you started.

There's a variety of cafes on the high street, as well a Beano's cafe near the Westgate Towers which all provide more than you could eat for a very reasonable price. Several of the high street shops, such as M&S or Debenhams also offer food in their own cafes, which offer comfortable seating and good quality produce at a slightly higher cost.

There are three Starbucks, two Costa's and a Cafe Nerro in Canterbury so it's not hard to find yourself a nice coffee. Particularly popular is the Starbucks next to the Cathedral entrance.

Breakfast is a good time for coffee.




Lunch in CanterburyThere's so much to do in Canterbury, and it's important to keep your energy levels up whilst you explore everything the city has to offer.

Lunch options in Canterbury are vast. You can have anything from burgers and pizzas to traditional Sunday lunch and fine cuisine.

If it's burgers you're looking for, look no further than Cafe Boho. Situated roughly half way along the high street, this quirky venue provides fantastic food, including interesting daily specials at a great price. It even has a small garden and the odd decoration provides a great talking point whilst you wait for your food. This palce can get very busy so it's a good idea to get there bang on 12 if you want in. The size of the cafe cannot cater for large groups easily.

lunch foodIf you visit on a Sunday and wish to experience a good traditional Sunday roast, there's always The Parrot. Formally Simple Simons, this old bar has a restaurant upstairs and provides good quality food every day of the week. The Dolphin is also a good choice for good food, again offering a wide variety of food throughout the week. It also has a nice beer garden and is popular with the locals.

the ingredients in a burger are:

Chicken (53%), Vegetable Oil (Rapeseed, Sunflower), Water, Wheat Flour, Maize Starch, Maize Flour, Potato Starch, Modified Wheat Starch, Flavour Enhancer (Potassium Chloride), Salt, Mustard Flour, Natural Flavourings (contains Milk), Dried Egg Albumen (Free Range Egg), Raising agents (Disodium Diphosphate, Sodium Bicarbonate), Sugar, Anti-caking Agent (Silicon Dioxide). Prepared in the restaurants using non-hydrogenated vegetable oil.




Eating is one of the largest attractions in Canterbury. With a wide variety of cultures visiting the city, there is a great deal of variety in the type of food available.

Italian restaurants include Prezzo, Ask, Zizzi's, Little Italy and the Olive Grove, all of which provide great food and service at a reasonable price.

Dinner in CanterburyIndian cuisine in Canterbury thrives with options such as Tamarind Spice and the Ancient Raj offering great quality food. Apeksha, located in the high street, offers more modern variation on the Indian theme and is also well worth trying during your stay.

Chinese restaurants are a little sparse in Canterbury but you're craving good Chinese food you can always try Kudos, which lies behind the Odeon Cinema, just outside the city walls. Super Noodles also offers great value for money and fast service if you have other plans during the evening.

If you fancy something a little different, there are also several Middle Eastern resaturants, including Azouma, which combines an authentic atmosphere with top quality food and caters for large groups as well as normal dining.

And last but not least, there is a huge selection of fast food options, many of which are open until 2 or 3am to cater for the clubbers. With so much choice, it's hard to fit ita all in on just one visit, so you'll just have to come back again! And eat.

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