This is one of our favourite eateries in Canterbury and having visited three times I am now compelled to write a review. The bar/restaurant is tucked away in the corner of the Goods Shed. It's a great spot to watch the market in full flow. Rustic wooden tables and bar stools surround the bar. The service is very laid back and unobtrusive but equally charming. The menu offers a selection of regularly changing tapas style dishes all cooked with local, naturally sourced produce to order with specials on a blackboard behind the bar - the pork belly offered at the time of our visits was exquisite. Our favourites included the roasted shallots with goats curd, the smoked mackerel pate and the lamb merguez sausages with tsatziki. This place offers a seriously good cocktail menu - having sampled most the 'Golden Goose' and aptly named 'Strangers on a Train' are the stand out favourites. Go and try - you will not be disappointed!
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