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Published January 5th 2020
The perfect place for a hearty pub lunch in Canterbury
For somewhere to enjoy a pub lunch in Canterbury, The Millers Arms hits the spot. It's friendly and accommodating with a traditional menu of British favourites. Close to the theatre and away from the high street, it's a quiet place to enjoy a drink.
They serve 3 meals a day at The Millers Arms along with a few light bites and snacks as well. Being a Shepherd Neame pub, they also have a selection of beers, ales and wine associated with the brewery.
Sunday lunch is one of my favourite times to eat out. The Millers Arms has a good Sunday Roast selection with a huge range of different vegetables to choose from. Veggie and vegan options are offered too. There is a different menu for Sundays.
On Saturdays, this pub is nice to duck into after a shopping trip. It's a few streets away from the main high street so it's a little quieter and it's just across from Radigunds Car Park in St Radigunds Street, so close to a convenient place to leave the car. On the main menu are traditional dishes such as burgers, salmon, sausages and fish and chips. The portions are generous, which is what you expect from a pub lunch.
The interior is a rustic, eclectic mix of scrubbed pine tables, vintage chairs and dark-grey, cream and burgundy painted walls. There's a small garden at the back too.
The interior of the Millers Arms pub
The Millers Arms currently accepts vouchers from the Shepherd Neame Birthday Club. Join the club on the brewery website for free and you will be sent a free meal voucher on your birthday. Valid for 3 months, you've plenty of time to take advantage of this offer - www.shepherdneame.co.uk/birthdayclub