Such a pleasure eating in this restaurant. This is comparable to Rick steins seafood restaurant, absolutely fabulous! Good food, good service, clean environment and good value, what more could one ask?
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Bread with Oil/Balsamic Vinegar was delicious - the best that one of the party had ever had! We all had different main courses and all enjoyed them very much. Lots of Scampi/Cod was good. Waitresses were attentive, friendly and efficient. Will be back at some...More
This is a stunning 15th century pub. Upstairs hosts a stunning Medieval Banquet Hall. Great for weddings! The pub itself is one of (if not) the oldest pubs standing in Canterbury, located in a beautiful part of the city. The food is to die for,...More
Popped in to the Parrot for a lunch time snack and was pleasantly surprised at the welcome as well as the quality of the food. We ordered Salmon & Prawn open sandwich and a Chicken Chilli open sandwich. They were both tasty and very filling...More
We visited this pub only due to the reviews that we read on tripadvisor as, although we live in Kent, we dont live in Canterbury. The lure of roaring fires in a medieval pub with great food was the expectation when booking a table to...More
We visited this pub in early February and enjoyed a pint while there. The bartender was very friendly and explained a great deal about the history of the place. The Parrot was found as a pub in 1370 and still operates as one today. They...More
A varied menu and good food. Good and friendly service. Good atmosphere. A bit cold in the restaurant area - it was a very cold night!
7 of us for the pre Christmas meal. Our usual family get together, less than 1 minute from my daughter's house, had never been in there before. The meal options were definitely different and very tasty but my dessert was a total disaster. I was...More