Canterbury has more than its fair share of people roamng the streets on a sunny summers day. I often shy away from areas that are clearly main attractions during their busy hours. I’m drawn down the empty streets and alleys. Generally empty streets are not lined with shops, museums or cathedrals. Often they do provide other pleasant suprises. This is one of the alleyways thay pulled me from the busy streets of beautiful Canterbury.
Down one such alleyway I found this fabulous rivebank restaurant, disguised as a stone shed, with few windows with flag-stone floors, old beamed ceilings, a charming French waitress, an excellent menu and no other customers.