Opening Hours

Monday to Saturday :
12 noon to 12 midnight Sunday 12 noon to 11 pm
Discounts

As a Free House, we are very keen to promote Real Ales and host beer festivals at least four times a year, most recently our Christmas ale themed festival in the run-up to Christmas and our Wicked Brew Beer and Music Fest featuring beers from Kent Breweries.

MENU
Heinz Tomato Soup    £2.95
Ploughman's Lunch     £4.95
Jumbo sausage&chips £6.55
Cheeseburger & chips £6.55
All day breakfast       £5.45
Egg, chips & beans     £5.25
Steak, Chips & Salad  £7.95
Baked Potato with either :    
  Cheese & beans        £4.55
  Chilli con Carne        £4.55
Steak Pie                   £5.95
Chicken Pie                £5.95
with a choice of Home made Bubble & Squeak or Chips.
Typical day's menu shown, items subject to availability


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WHAT'S ON ?


Live Music
from 8.30pm 'til late

Friday 6th March
Trev Giles
First time solo at Phoenix

Saturday 7th March
Laurie Kay Trio
Great swing Band

Friday 13th March
Standard 5
Bob Fridd and the boys great


Sizzling Steak Night
every night is now steak night, with
8oz rump, choice of 3 sauces, chips, salad & mushrooms : £7.95

Balti - every day
Now available every day, not just on Thursdays, with choice of Balti Beef, Lamb, Chicken or Veg. £4.50 each
(medium Hot)

Wednesday Quiz
at The Phoenix !

Starts 8.30 pm (£1.50 entrance, 3 chances, no win rollover ‘til next week, snacks at half time)
Sunday Roast
Beef, Lamb or Chicken plus a selection of seasonal vegetables, served between
1 & 4 pm : £7.50
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Welcome to The Phoenix

The Phoenix pub is situated on the corner of Old Dover Road and Cossington Road, between the County Cricket Ground and Canterbury city centre. A Free House, The Phoenix always endevours to stock eight real ales, including one mild. Food is available lunchtimes and evenings, there is outdoor seating on our beer terrace, a covered smoking area and a patron's car park to the side.

Bob & Nilla Griffiths are now the licensees, having also been running the Rose & Crown in St.Dunstans for over three years and now transferring their attentions to The Phoenix. While both now are retired, Bob was previously in medical sales whilst Nilla ran two hairdressing salons. Last owning pubs thirty-four years ago in Rochester, including The Don Cossack, they now turn their attentions and fondness of real ale to one of Canterbury's best known hostelries, well loved amongst cricket fans, visitors to the city and locals alike.

Bob's family were in Pubs all his life and he learnt his cellar skills from his step father who apart from being a Licensee had also been a dray man for twenty-five years, and so there was nothing you could tell him about beer, (one quote being "there are no such thing as bad beers, just some better than others").


Some ales on at The Phoenix this month :

figgy puddingTime and Tide Brewery, "Spratwaffler" : (ABV 3.7%)
“pleasant aroma of a tropical fruit salad”

Time and Tide Brewing, based in Deal, have a mission to 'create great beers, to challenge customers with new ideas and flavours and to change people's minds about how beer should be drunk'. From them comes Spratwaffler - a colloquialism from the North end of Deal, where Time and Tide founders Sam and Paul grew up. A pale beer with a touch of character malt lending body to compliment the high hop content. The hops used give the beer a 'pleasant aroma of a tropical fruit salad with a twist of lemon, passionfruit and grapefruit'. They also say that it is best served with light dishes such as chicken, pork and seafood or why not try a Thai green curry or passionfruit roulade.

Gadds No.7Gadd's, "No.7" : (ABV 3.8%)
“fresh, tasty, local ale for fresh, tasty locals”

The Gadds' Brewery began life in the back of a Ramsgate boozer full of 'louts and ne'er-do-wells' back in 2002, before moving in 2006 to a 'big shed and setting up again (properly this time)', brewing 'fresh, tasty, local ale for fresh, tasty locals'. From them comes No.7, the brewery work horse, say Gadds', describing it as a 'simple beer brewed with goldings hops for a little bitterness, fuggles hops for flavour and some crystal malt for colour and body'. Adding the thought 'when I'm an old man I'll drink a gallon of No.7 a week, safe in the knowledge it's a decent and hoppy brew, not too strong to put my consumption outside of the recommended guidelines, whatever they may be at the time. In the meantime I'll continue drinking several gallons a week just because I love it'.

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