Very nice and traditional place. Worth a visit after a long walk through the white cliffs. The owner was so kind to arrange for a private cab which took us back to Canterbury for a very reasonable price.
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Visited on New Year's Eve with friends who live locally. Welcomed by the landlady, Lindsay very bubbly and friendly. We ate in the conservatory restaurant at the back of the pub. The young waitressing staff were very efficient in taking drinks and food orders and...More
Staff very welcoming. Its a cosy pub with a great atmosphere. The food was delicious and good portion sizes. No parking outside but a carpark only a short walk up the road! Will definitely be returning with more family and friends!
Family group of 6 adults were royally fed and watered here! Menu huge but chose dish of the day. Poached sea bass in lobster bisque with prawns. Delicious! Good sized portions, served with crunchy and crisp sautéed potatoes and fresh veg. Whitebait fresh and tasty...More
I've never seen so many choices on a pub menu, or such big portions!! But food is good, service is good, and atmosphere in the bar was good. I would return for sure....next time with a big appetite!
Had a meal here during our weekend break with friends. There were 6 of us & all our dishes were delicious & the servings were very generous. The staff were all very helpful & we had a very good, relaxed evening. I would definitely recommend...More
Just had a lovely meal at the Smugglers, my partner & myself shared a starter of prawn pili pili, the portion was ample for us both & delicious. I then had fillet pepper steak & my partner chicken chorizo, which were both very tasty, the...More