Had a wonderfully tender and tasty pulled venison burger for lunch with excellent sweet potato fries. Old style pub on ground floor and atmospheric rooms for dining upstairs. Well worth a visit
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Two of us, men in our senior years meet regularly to swap notes about this and that and enjoy a walk, coffee and food. We live miles apart and Salisbury is one of our regular meeting places. This time it is days after a serious...More
Popped in for a pit stop whilst visiting Salisbury a warm welcome their menu looks fabulous and a good architectural example of a 1320 bygone era, friendly chat from locals, would certainly recommend a visit, will return next time in Salisbury.
There were three roaring log fires, in this wonderful historic pub on a quiet Monday lunchtime. Please dont change anything, the food (Venison cottage pie) and the beer (summer lightning) were fantastic beside the fire. Love the fact that Churchill and Eisenhower drank here before...More
Came here for lunch while in holiday from the USA per recommendation of an employee at Stonehenge. The building is fantastic and feels like stepping into an old pirate hangout. The food here is amazing and very flavorful. Definitely worth checking out!
The setting is beautiful. We had a romantic two course meal. The restaurant wasn’t busy but yet we had to wait some time to even put in our drinks order. No one came to check out starters were ok and they were not. I had...More
We chose The Haunch of Venison because of its pretty good reviews and convenience to the City centre. We must have caught them on a bad day. This was a family lunch, six people and we had made a reservation for 13:00. We were seated...More