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The Moat Tea Rooms, Canterbury

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by Rayna (subscribe)
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Published October 29th 2012
Traditional cream tea and much more
The Moat Tea Rooms in Canterbury is a great place to go for afternoon tea or lunch. It is located on a side road in the historical city centre. Their website has the various menus on offer. As with most of the buildings in Canterbury the décor inside is fashioned around the wooden beams and there is a cosy historical feel to the café.

Tea Room
Some decor in The Moat Tea Rooms

Wooden stairs
Seating Upstairs

There is seating upstairs and downstairs. The photos in this article were taken upstairs. On the menu you can chose which type of tea or coffee you like. The cafe has quite a large variety of teas on offer including Earl Grey, Ceylon, Lapsang Souchong, Darjeeling and many more. There are also freshly made plain and fruit scones to go with your drink. They are served with jam and clotted cream. You will be able to see around the café that different china sets are used, this particular one had a green floral pattern on it.

Tea cup
Tea cup with green floral pattern

Other than traditional cream tea there are also different snacks on the menu such as sandwiches, jacket potatoes as well as cold drinks.

This giant tea pot underneath the stairs, near the kitchen, adds real character to the Moat Tea Rooms

Giant Tea Pot
Giant tea pot underneath the staircase
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Why? Great place for traditional cream tea
When: Check website for opening times/reservation information
Phone: 01227 784514
Where: 67 Burgate, Canterbury, Kent, CT1 2HJ
Cost: Average - Various - check on menu for up to date prices
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