What a fantastic little gem of a place. The shops selling wonderful food and drink to tempt both before and after eating. Great food choice, cooked beautifully and enjoyable. A little more money than others but worth the extra.
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This place always excels! So quirky and unique. Fresh produce ... watching them get ingredients from the farmers market down the stairs from the restaurant is fab.. can’t get much fresher than that! We had a set menu due to being a big party and...More
Been here before but remembered just how good it was we went back again with a large party. Great staff and so helpful. We all had meals of super food. Thoroughly recommend. No Guinness but a lovely Porters beer!
We called in here a number of years ago when Jay was vegetarian and I thought there would be a least one vegan food stall, we were not disappointed. Jay had the soup of the day served with sour dough bread and I had the...More
Another inspired lunch at this restaurant. The menue is always small but with high taste and challenging combinations. All work very, very well. One starter of pheasant was perfectly cooked and my trout omelette was memorable. Mains we had tender pork and A fowl, both...More
Was very excited about the Goods Shed but left thinking they have missed a trick for it to hit the heights the surroundings promise. For a start it is quirky, set in a produce factory but it's cold. A wintery evening outside and a lack...More
We last ate here in July 2016 and I thought the whole experience was very good. When returning to a restaurant that was so enjoyable, one often wonders if the standards have remained. Rest assured, our latest meal was one of quality and dining excellence....More
The only sounds are the buzz of a market and the backdrop of beautifully laid out stalls so conversation can flow. The drinks alcoholic and non-alcoholic are interesting, good quality and different. I enjoyed the tumeric and ginger juice which was delicious and very energising....More
This was a birthday luncheon and I was very pleasantly surprised. There is much going on here. Places to sit and enjoy a lunch / snack downstairs in the main shopping area or a more formal eating / dining restaurant up a short flight of...More
The Goods Shed - the name describes the building - now houses a farmers' market just next to Canterbury West station. In addition, there is a pleasant, if at times crowded, bar, the Wild Goose, and this real find of a restaurant. It is supplied...More