Before you set your sights on the rest of this taste tour, it might be wise to start with a full ‘Kentish’ breakfast at the B&B where you are lodging. You know what they say – breakfast is the most important meal of the day. The only way to test this adage is to have a good one and see if ‘they’ are right.
Once you have had your breakfast, there will be lots of things to see and do in Canterbury. All of them will build your appetite. Things like . . .
Perhaps you would enjoy dinner at The Goods Shed. Choosing what to order will be difficult but if everyone in your party orders something different, you may get a taste of several things – and dessert too.
Somewhere along the line you may want to tour the Canterbury Cathedral. I don’t think you want to spend your whole day looking at all the photos I took there but maybe these few will whet your appetite.
Wait a minute. Look who snuck into a couple of the photos that I took in the Chapter House at the cathedral.
All that walking around certainly will earn you some brownie points in the dessert area. You can easily find a French patisserie to tempt your palate. Why not get a selection of various things so everyone can have a taste?
Clockwise from top left: Chocolate Mousse with a Profiterole, Mille Feuille, Whoopie Pie, and Macarons.
It might seem from these photos that all we did was eat. That’s not exactly true. We did have a really good time tasting all kinds of different and new-to-us things but we also saw a lot of wonderful sights which I hope to share here and there on this blog before my memory of the details fade. Thanks for traveling along virtually with us!