Lovely little pub in the centre of the city. Friendly staff and great food. Warm and cosy atmosphere.
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Fairly small, down a lane from the main streets. Very close to the cathedral entrance. Very old beams. Very friendly staff. Unfortunately they were out of pies over the lunch area and that is what we went in for. We had fish and chips and...More
Excellent 15th Century bar situated right by Canterbury Cathedral. They carry an excellent range of ales from Canterbury Brewers (based in their sister pub The Foundry) and a good range of gins including Canterbury Gin (also distilled at The Foundry) The bar staff are very...More
My wife and I were travelling around Kent and we decided to stop at Canterbury and discovered the city arms Simon and Frankie both served us and we really enjoyed our Sunday lunches Simon is a very good host and we would recommend anybody visiting...More
Went here for lunch on a whim .it doesn't look much from the outside or in but looks can be deceiving, staff were nice and the food was even nicer . I had chicken pate and my wife had brie and it was lovely and...More
In the midst of a day trip to Canterbury, I stumbled across The City Arms Inn. Situated in the heart of the touristy hotspots in Canterbury, this this 15th century inn has a range of local and popular beers (as well as other drinks) for...More
I had the best Ploughmans lunch. Great cheese, Pate & Ham, with all the pickles & mustard etc. The Barman was so attentive, polite & treated everyone with heat respect. Oh nice beer as well!
Trying to avoid tied houses, the City Arms is 'tied' to a brew pub. Good start. It is owned by the Foundry brand. Great beer, served at the right temperature but the star was the 'Ploughman's'. HUGE with warm bread, cheese, paté, pickles, and and...More
Had a glass of wine here and the other half had a beer. Service wasn't brilliant so we decided not to eat at this place although there were some interesting things on the menu. That's about it really.