Cuisine: Modern European
More Information About Granville Restaurant and Pub - Canterbury #
The Granville takes its name from a Tudor warship and stands close to the ancient village of Lower Hardres, just a five minute drive from Canterbury city centre. The village name is derived from the Saxon word meaning 'flinty' and is a reference to the local soil.
Originally the village was called 'Hardes' but it acquired the 'r' because of some (long forgotten) association with the French town of 'Ardres'.
Situated on the B2068, the Granville is a lovely old English country pub which has long enjoyed a reputation for excellent food complemented by the full range of Shepherd Neame beers and an imaginative wine list.
The Granville is now run by Gabrielle Harris, whose brothers also operate the Michelin starred Sportsman at Seasalter nr Whitstable.
This modern gastropub is one of the best eating & drinking options in the Canterbury area. There’s a pub bar, a leather sofa filled-snug & a main dining room with an open-to-view kitchen.
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Granville Restaurant and Pub - Canterbury
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"Granville Restaurant and Pub - Canterbury: Another one of our favourite haunts. Understated surroundings with understated food and anything but understated flavours. The menu makes the most of local produce and the puddings are worth chancing the heart attack for - utterly sublime!"
|Tue:||12 - 2pm & 7 - 9pm|
|Wed:||12 - 2pm & 7 - 9pm|
|Thu:||12 - 2pm & 7 - 9pm|
|Fri:||12 - 2pm & 7 - 9pm|
|Sat:||12 - 2pm & 7 - 9pm|
|Sun:||12 - 2.30pm|