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After touring the Cathedral, we stopped in for lunch. Great sandwiches and beer. My wife ordered a seafood chowder of some nature which was wonderful. Staff was friendly and helpful as were the locals in the pub. Traditional pub décor. Good service, food and prices.
If you want a Sunday Lunch cooked just like Mum did it, this is the place to go from mid day to 4.00pm. It is superb. The oldest building I have been into in Salisbury apart from St Thomas's Church is cosy and warm with...More
I went with a friend for Sunday lunch. The food was fresh, tasty, the Yorkshire pud was superb and a bonus a good helping of fresh veg. We thoroughly enjoyed every mouthful.
The staff are friendly the service good. Would recommend
My daughter and I had a lovely Sunday Dinner here, I chose the Beef, my daughter The Lamb. The food was cooked and served to our taste served with a nice choice of vegetables which were all cooked to perfection. A lovely building with staff...More
Went here for lunch today with a couple of friends. Ordered a lamb curry from the specials board. When it came it contained only a minute quantity of lamb, the majority of the ingredients was potato. It appeared to be made up of leftovers from...More