Set in the heart of Canterbury’s bustling high street and just a
stones throw from the cathedral, Marlowe’s restaurant offers
something a bit different to other eateries in the area.
Named after the city’s famous playwright and just yards from
the theatre, Marlowes makes a great place to grab something to
eat before or after a show. Opened in 1984, it is believed to be
Canterbury’s longest-established restaurant and offers a unique
range of meals from across the globe.
The good music and the grotto feeling to the restaurant makes
for an excellent atmosphere and a fun service. There is also a
children’s menu- great for family or Christmas parties.
55 Street, Peter Street, Canterbury, Kent CT1 2BE
Monday – Sunday: 11:30am – 10pm