Pub of the Week: The Granville, Canterbury

Posted: 18 February 2014

Blog category: Pub of the Week

The Granville has carved out an excellent reputation for serving modern European food of the highest quality and is featured in The Good Food Guide and other major listings..
The pub is full of character and is divided into a comfortable sofa area, a bar area and an eating area, with a central fireplace and original artwork on display for sale. Outside, there is an enclosed garden with a patio area, where up to 40 customers can dine in the open air.
The bar serves traditional Kentish cask ale and distinctive international lagers and offers a good selection of wine, including four reds, four whites and one rose by the glass.
The Granville has a large car park with space for 50 vehicles and is conveniently situated just five minutes from Canterbury city centre. It is also on the route of bus services 620 and 558.
The Granville has an ever-changing menu of modern European food, with the emphasis on the best seasonal produce from local producers, all freshly-prepared on the premises, backed up with a good wine list.
Voted Shepherd Neame’s Pub Restaurant of the Year in 2008, the Granville features in The Good Food Guide, Michelin and Sawday guides and has an AA Rosette. The pub’s restaurant area seats 50 guests. Food service times are noon to 2pm and 7pm to 9pm from Tuesday to Saturday and noon to 2.30pm on Sundays.
All or part of the restaurant area may be hired for organised parties and business events. For bookings or more information, don’t hesitate to get in touch with the pub by phone (01227 700 402) or online.