Me and my family visited this beautiful pub recently, we were greeted pleasantly by great staff. The beer was good and the food was even better with friendly service. Definitely will visit again!
Had a lovely drink in the pub, staff all very cheerful. Went for a meal in the evening, meal was nice but could have been hotter although in their defence there were Christmas parties at the same time.
Old world hostelry with an ambience that is out of this world (they have a ghost as well) A meal as part of a group, to celebrate Christmas, a few days early. The meals were all (I spoke to several of the group) of fine quality and enjoyed by those attending. There were several choices each course and the chef... 更多
We visited for lunch over the Christmas period, having really enjoyed a meal here last year. It is such an interesting building, quite unique, and well situated in the centre of Salisbury. The upper room is accessed by a difficult staircase, but leads to a cosy restaurant with a log fire. There is a very good choice on the menu,... 更多
lot of differnt ales and beer, lot of whisky, very nice bartender, waiter and a cook who like is job. Also nice costumers. We spend a good time here. Greetings from "the frenchies"!
This restaurant is the only one in Salisbury that benefits from a plug delivered by the audio commentary on the Stonehenge tour bus. It has everything stacked in its favour; history, location and free publicity. The menu is unremittingly Anglo-Saxon with the most exotic ingredient I encountered being the mellowest chorizo I've ever tasted in my pork cheek starter. Nothing... 更多
I booked here for our team Christmas lunch and we travelled from several locations as far apart as Exeter & Maidstone for it, and boy was it worth the journey. The venue is simply stunning, the food was faultless - every plate cleared on every single course for all nine of us. The staff were helpful and attentive and the... 更多
If it's just a flying visit you must visit this small and quaint pub with all of it's charm and history, and talk a trip upstairs to see the small meeting room with a warm fire and then the restaurant up another level. If you like venison then this is the place for you.
The Haunch of Venison is a total "one-off" from a time when buildings were made of oak and left to settle into place. Probably not a right-angle to be found anywhere, the pub combines materials which were prepared and fitted together using hand-tools, long before the advent of machine planers and circular saws. The building therefore feels more like a... 更多