Great pub, if your visiting salisbury please please go there! Great little atmosphere with a lovely story! Good drink and friendly staff
Had lunch on Saturday. Quaint old pub right in City centre. Busy but we were able to find a quiet corner for the two of us. Clientele varied, friendly but not overly so. Sampled some guest ales and had a beef toasted sandwich with leaves and chunky chips. Very attentive bar staff. Clean ladies toilet (a welcome change). Would recommend.
My wife and I popped into the Hauch for lunch during a recent visit to Salisbury. The lunch time menu had a good range of options and was good value for money. We really enjoyed the food and the service from Rich was great. He recommended a number of places to visit during our stay and his advice was really... 更多
A delightful dinner in a quiet room on the second floor overlooking a church yard. Service was excellent and the cuisine top-notch. Our server was very helpful and knowledgeable about the menu and beverage choices. This was our second visit, and we will be back!
Now regrettably, we arrived for a late Friday lunch so the pub wasn't at its mostest so my rating of 5 stars reflects the modern predisposition of lots of stars being the only measure of rightness in that there was nothing wrong with the inn when we visited rather than what was right with it, if you follow me. It... 更多
One of the oldest pubs in Salisbury and reputed to be haunted. Narrow and on three floors with a tiny bar. One bat has an encased mummified hand - not sure if its the original or not.
Friendly service, great old-time tavern feel. We (two people) got the Trio (haunch, faggot, and loin), bread, and cheese plates, and it was a great size. For those who don't know faggot is a sausage-like thing. Great place in Salisbury, open even when most places were closed due to Bank Holiday.
This pub epitomises the historical city of Salisbury. One of the oldest pubs in the city, it has sloping floors and staircases, atmosphere to die for and even a human hand behind a glass cubby hole with a story that conjures up visions of smokey gambling dens! Real ales, good food, as real must for every visitor to Salisbury.