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Deeson's British Restaurant
25/26 Sun Street

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From British Oysters to locally caught sausage! Deeson's is a privately owned restaurant situated in the heart of the historic cathedral city of Canterbury, Kent. We pride ourselves on using the best produce that Kent - the allotment of England has to offer. We have also sourced some of the best suppliers around Britain to bring us ingredients that our passion led team can create into new and innovative British dishes.

In addition to our menu, we will serve a traditional roast on Sundays, Fish & chips on Fridays . Fabulous British desserts which, like all our food is created on site and we also offer an exciting childrens menu.

Extensive research has brought us an amazing variety of local drinks. Wine and beer from the award winning Chapel Down Vineyard, near Tenterden, Kent. Beers from the award winning Hopdaemon microbrewery in Newnham, Kent and also from Gadds Brewery in Ramsgate, Kent.

With an exciting interior and private dining room, Deeson's is a great dining experience within a relaxed and family friendly environment at an affordable price.

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