The Old Buttermarket, Canterbury

The Old Buttermarket, Canterbury

This large pub is situated on Buttermarket Square, which is over 800 years old. It is a very busy place, close to the main entrance of the Cathedral. The Old Buttermarket is a traditional British pub with a modern feel, in a house built upon Roman remains. There are plenty of outdoor tables and indoor seats. They provide an impressive choice of real ales on tap and malt whiskeys, as well as a fine selection of red and white wines. They serve high quality pub food. One of their specials is the Old Buttermarket Steak Pie, that is always a popular choice.

Opening hours: Monday- Wednesday, Sunday 10:00 - 22:30; Thursday 10:00-23:00; Friday, Saturday 10:00-24:00.

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The Old Buttermarket on Map

Sight Name: The Old Buttermarket
Sight Location: Canterbury, England (See walking tours in Canterbury)
Sight Type: Food/Drink
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