We ate here on two evenings during our four day stay in Canterbury. On both occasions the food was splendid and the service faultless.
On our first visit our table was rather close to the piano, and the music - though cheerful and beautifully played - was slightly overwhelming. When we booked our second visit we asked to be further away from the pianist and this time the piano playing provided a delightful background to our meal.
One criticism - not of the restaurant or of the food, but of the website - is that the menus on the website are very difficult to read: quite small type, white on black, and 'centred'. The wine list is set out in the same way and is annoyingly difficult to understand. I hasten to say that the printed versions given to customers in the restaurant are in traditional format and perfectly legible!
This is a splendid place to eat.
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