Restaurant Review: Deeson's British Resturant, Canterbury

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. 
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Everything they serve is British and locally sourced. Even most of the wine list was made up of English wines. 
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The food was sublime. This was my starter of warm fried wood pigeon breast with par boiled quails eggs and black and white pudding.  
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Tim had free range chicken terrine with pickles and toast. 
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Fiona had one of her favourites, breaded scallops with bacon and roe cream. 
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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. 
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Fiona's lamb, cooked in three different ways on a bed of seasonal vegetables. 
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I had dark chocolate moose with a homemade chocolate chip cookie and citrus jelly for dessert. 
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Fiona had Canterbury tart, which is made with apples and lemons.