The Thomas Becket
21 Best Lane, Canterbury, United Kingdom
The Thomas Becket Canterbury Reviews
Jul 05, 2007
The pub is located down a side street in the town centre of Canterbury.
You enter through a small old english wooden door into a homely felt pub with old dark english beams with heather dangling from them.
Old Gypsy materials decorate this beautiful home felt place with open wood buring fires with large & small old oak tabels for the guest.
People go into the pub, sit with a pint & a book with noone turning an eyelash.
The food - Home made, cooked to order, large LARGE portions and delisious.
You have old english favourites such as steak & ale pie or good old fashion fish & chips, but the menu also holds delites such as sword fish state and chinise dishes aswell as curries and pasta! (This is noted to be for the people who travel & miss their old home favourites)...
A starter can price from £2:00 up to £4:00 and main meals can be from £5:00 - £10:00 depending on what you order but rest assured the money is well spent what ever your course.
The menu also holds a wide variety of puddings and a wide variety on the drinks menu but a must is the traditional ales and ciders! Or for the less adventures the "usuals" people enjoy are also there!!
Thomas Becket would be proud....
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