We visited for lunch. Great food and service. The place is full of Italian customers, so must be great!
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This was a visit with family to celebrate my significant birthday. The restaurant was full and buzzing. Excellent food and wine as usual with friendly staff and service. We have been to this restaurant many times and it is one of our favourites.
Little aghast here; don’t normally comment on restaurants. I’ve never enjoyed a pasta main course so much. The starter (carpaccio of sea bass) was so delicate and fragrant. I really didn’t want this entire meal to end. Well done to all (the choice of wines...More
We live near this authentic Italian restaurant and if has become our 'go to' place for special occasions. The desserts are particularly good. Friendly service and excellent value.
A must for dinner out in Canterbury! The food was delicious, good, friendly service and a great atmoshere. We will be returning very soon!
This was our first time at this restaurant and it will not be our last. Every bit of this meal was perfect - from the olives to the house white. We were warmly welcomed by a charismatic employee who showed us to our seats and...More
Mixed feelings about our meals here. Both had the trio of bruschetta- excellent 5/5. Mains- seafood linguine was very tasty. 2/3 nice prawns but one very powdery strange one. Also, an overriding taste of salt. Too salty really. My wife had smoked salmon pasta dish....More
Forget about Carluccio’s or Zizzi. If you want to try real Italian, and very good one, then go to “Il Posticino”. I can assure you’ll have very good real authentic Italian food, even better than in Italy. We tasted the “tuna cube” and the “carpaccio...More
Fabulous friendly service. Beautiful meal. Tasty and nicely presented. The Tuscan mixed platter was huge probably more for sharing. The t bone was served off the bone which I’ve not seen before and was exceptional flavour and cooked! My seafood linguini was lovely too. Thoroughly...More
We stumbled across Il Posticino when down in Canterbury for a weekend visit. If you're visiting Canterbury don't leave dining at this restaurant to chance. The food was divine, complemented by some superb Italian wine and genuine Italian hospitality; it was one of the highlights...More