My friend told me this is one of the oldest pubs in Kent. The staff here are extremely friendly. Drinks are overpriced though. Shame the kitchen was closed. They have a lovely outside seating area.
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We came for lunch a couple of weeks ago to try out The Parrot (previous review) and returned on Friday night for dinner with friends. We were not disappointed. The rib-eye steak was declared delicious, the battered fish was very fresh but so large it...More
The parrot is rich in history, dating back to the 13th century and the oldest pub in Canterbury... Going to this amazing pub is like stepping back to the Tudor times. Seating upstairs in the old banquet hall is and experience to remember. The food...More
Visited this pub with a group of work colleagues for a farewell party. Lovely surroundings, excellent bar food and drinks, the bar staff however made us feel unwelcomed as if it was too much effort for them to serve drinks, shame; otherwise very nice pub.
Went to have lunch here on TripAdvisor recommendations. Building lived upto expectations but sadly food fell far short. It's always worrying when food arrives 5 minutes after it's ordered. Cooked or microwaved? Chicken pie was tasteless and s salmon was salty and a strange colour....More
took a family member here for lunch last friday and we were so lucky with the weather we got to sit in the lovely garden.The pub itself was really busy for a lunch time and seeing it is off the beat and track a little....More
We came here on Sunday night on a recommendation from a local. It's slightly off the tourist trail but worth hunting it out. Good selection of beers, charming old interior with hops hanging down from the ceiling and friendly, efficient service. All our party enjoyed...More