Deeson's British Restaurant on Palace Street in Canterbury is just around the corner from the main entrance to Canterbury Cathedral, right in the city centre.
Everything they serve is British and locally sourced. Even most of the wine list was made up of English wines.
The food was sublime. This was my starter of warm fried wood pigeon breast with par boiled quails eggs and black and white pudding.
Tim had free range chicken terrine with pickles and toast.
Fiona had one of her favourites, breaded scallops with bacon and roe cream.
This was my main course, lemon sole cooked in butter on a bed of mashed potato, capers and buttered spinage. I had not had a really, really nice well cooked piece of whole white fish, which is one of my favourite dishes and I enjoyed it immensely.
Fiona's lamb, cooked in three different ways on a bed of seasonal vegetables.
I had dark chocolate moose with a homemade chocolate chip cookie and citrus jelly for dessert.
Fiona had Canterbury tart, which is made with apples and lemons.