The Wild Goose is in the Good Shed in Canterbury (opposite the fish counter). It has only been there for about 6 weeks, so please do not confuse it with the main restaurant and some of it's reviews which are not so good! The food is tapas style and they have a limited supply of wine, although a nice selection of cocktails and soft drinks. On the issue of the wine, you can buy some at the wine shop in the Goods Shed and a small corkage is charged. Now to the food! To be summed up as unusual, interesting dishes using quality ingredients, freshly cooked and prepared in front of you...and it really does not get better than that!! My daughter and I went for an early supper and sat at the bar (blankets were supplied which is a nice touch). We had 4 dishes between us which was more than enough to fill us up and we certainly could not manage a dessert. We went for the Borek cigars with skordillia (cheese wrapped in filo pasty £5.50, tempura vegetables with wild garlic mayonnaise (fabulous!!) £4.90, roasted shallots, goat's curd and honey with toasted bread (yummy!) £4.90 and roasted cauliflower with cumin and tahini yoghurt £4.90. There was meat and fish on the menu, but the vegetable dishes looked so inviting we went vegetarian on that visit. The staff are young and friendly and are obviously passionate about their food. I would HIGHLY recommend this place for a relaxing, casual evening out, or lunch.
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