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Sully's
The County Hotel
High Street

Canterbury
Kent

CT1 2RX | View map

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The historic four-star County Hotel is home to Sully's Restaurant, one of the few fine-dining restaurants inside of Canterbury's ancient city walls and is renowned locally for its supurb cuisine and extensive wine list. Affluent locals, families and tourists alike have been relying on Sully's for excellent International cuisine for many years. Sully's offers a tranquil setting for lunch or dinner, just a few steps away from the hustle and bustle of the pedestrianised High Street. The Tudor bar is the perfect meeting point to enjoy an aperitif in a 15th century oak-beamed environment, while you decide what to order from the extensive a la carte menu. Food is prepared and cooked to the highest standards, using only the finest local ingredients. A three-course dinner from the a la carte menu costs from 22.50, while the 3-course table d' hote menu is priced at a reasonable 20.00.

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