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French Restaurants in Canterbury

 Some of the best restaurants in Canterbury are French

Both locals and tourists agree that restaurants in Canterbury offer French cuisine that foodies will flock to. The historic city has no shortage of eateries specialised in the delicate flavours of Gallic cuisine, with offerings to suit every taste and budget, all within easy walking distance of must-visit attractions. A meal at one of the French restaurants in Canterbury is sure to be the pièce de résistance of a great day out in the area.

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Côte Canterbury

Côte Canterbury

City Centre
French££££
5.3/6543
Côte Canterbury
Côte Covent Garden - St Martin's Lane

Côte Covent Garden - St Martin's Lane

Covent Garden
French££££
5.1/62270
Côte Covent Garden - St Martin's Lane
Côte Covent Garden - Tavistock Street

Côte Covent Garden - Tavistock Street

Covent Garden
French££££
5.2/61877
Côte Covent Garden - Tavistock Street
Côte Brighton

Côte Brighton

Central
French££££
5.3/61649
Côte Brighton
Côte Sloane Square

Côte Sloane Square

Chelsea
French££££
5.1/61442
Côte Sloane Square
Côte Barbican

Côte Barbican

Barbican
French££££
5.0/6978
Côte Barbican
Côte London Bridge - Hay's Galleria

Côte London Bridge - Hay's Galleria

London Bridge
French££££
5.1/6876
Côte London Bridge - Hay's Galleria
Côte Richmond

Côte Richmond

Richmond
French££££
5.1/6848
Côte Richmond
Côte Tunbridge Wells

Côte Tunbridge Wells

Center
French££££
5.2/6908
Côte Tunbridge Wells
Côte Kingston

Côte Kingston

Kingston upon Thames
French
5.1/6903
Côte Kingston
  1. 1.

    Explore an ancient city with a rich history

    It’s perhaps the foremost literary destination in England, and certainly the first. Made famous by Chaucer’s Tales, Canterbury is a place straight out of a storybook. Its medieval town centre is dominated by the beautiful, imposing cathedral – with around a million visitors per year, even it’s still one of the most visited places in the country. The Roman Museum gives a glimpse of the settlement’s ancient past, while the Medieval Misadventures attraction is perfect for kids. Take in everything the city has to offer, then visit one of the French restaurants in Canterbury to unwind after a busy day of sightseeing.
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    French restaurants in Canterbury take you on a tour of France

    The flavours and specialities of French cuisine vary from region to region. Normandy, on the north coast, is known for its seafood, while Gascony is famous for paté. Provence offers delicious citrus fruit and herbs, while cooks in Alsace and Lorraine borrow German techniques from just over the border. In almost every part of France, locals make their own wines and cheeses, which form the very heart of a long, luxurious Gallic meal. French restaurants in Canterbury serve dishes from different regions of France, lovingly prepared by chefs who have learned local flavours inside out.
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    Find the atmosphere you’re looking for at French restaurants in Canterbury

    Are you planning a celebration for a large group, or a romantic dinner for two? Are you bringing the kids along, or do you need a grown-up night out? French restaurants in Canterbury can provide for any occasion. Find a vibrant, lively eatery that’s perfect for a birthday party, or get away from the hustle and bustle with a quiet, candlelit meal. Many of the French restaurants in Canterbury also allow for dietary requirements, with vegan, gluten- and dairy-free menu options that will satisfy your palate no matter what your needs.