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Found this little gem whilst visiting Canterbury. Both I and my friend had parked up with the 2 dogs, desperate to find a loo and stop for coffee. After stopping for a chat with the very friendly chef, we decided to pop in and give...More
bar staff awful, moody and rude. asked one of them a question about getting something and she said she was to busy turned her back and carried on moving glasses about!! i used to enjoy visiting this pub when i go to canterbury, but sadly...More
I have been here before and decided to have my traditional finished Christmas shopping drink here as I was in St Margarets Street.
This is a very last century old pub, and that is not meant as a criticism. It is a traditional old city...More
This place is truly a hidden gem in Canterbury.
I've said for month I'd give it a try and never did....finally I tried it and I wish I did earlier.
Food was great loved the garden. The service of the staff was brilliant. The prices...More
I had never been to this pub before, despite walking past it several times; given that it was my last Cask Marque pub in the city center I decided to finally give it a try. The inside of the front room is dark, with walls...More
We visited the Three Tuns on a Wednesday evening. We were delighted to find that there would be live music. The warm atmosphere made us feel very welcome. The artists played many different types of music - from Jazz to Folk to Rock. I caught...More