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Quaint Tudor public house, serving the delicious Hall and Woodhouse beers. Dark stained wooden beams and period features. Extremely atmospheric and a great place to take refuge from the elements or pop in for a quick drink or a meal.
£6.50 each for a dry baguette with 2 sausages and a tiny smear of onion marmalade. Took ages to arrive and was totally uninspiring. My wife was unwell otherwise I would have complained at the time but we just wanted to get out of there....More
This was a very acceptable meal. I don’t want to dam with faint praise but it was good if not outstanding.
All the staff members were very friendly and helpful. They gave the impression that they enjoyed what they were doing.
All the food appeared...More
Good location, nice bar area, good menu choices and a great garden at the rear for an evening get together with friends. In the recent weather it was well worth a visit. if you're visiting Salisbury give it a try,
Great place, great staff, Luke made it a top experience with his great service, friendliness and professionalism. Went above and beyond to make sure everything was perfect and put a smile on everyone’s face.