Salisbury pub recommendations.

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  • Salisbury pub recommendations.
  • notlocal
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    Heading to Salisbury for work soon. Staying a couple of days, so would appreciate recommendations for decent pubs in the area.TIA

    Premier Icon matt_outandabout
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    Welcome, comrade

    Premier Icon SaxonRider
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    I have nothing to offer except the suggestion of avoiding Italian restaurants in the region. 😉

    parkesie
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    I hear the Cathedral is a must see attraction comrade

    The Malet, Newton Tony. Have the burger, rare. It’s not like other burgers, but I’ve been eating them for 20+ years and keep going back! Noel, the landlord, is also involved with local deer farming, so if there’s venison on the menu, it’s always excellent. Bit out of the city,  but worth the trip.

    The Wyndham Arms, for a pint or seven of the mighty, mighty Hopback.

    Haunch of Venison for a bit of a historical visit.

    Not pub suggestions,

    Anokaa, in Fisherton Street. Just up the road from a rather excellent bike shop, is great for a modern take on curry.

    Coffee Culture, opposite the aforementioned bike shop. Really good coffee, tasty sarnies and good cake.

    Reeves the Baker. A city institution. Cheese straws all round!

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    Welcome, comrade

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    malgrey
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    My info is somewhat out of date (20 yrs!) but you have to visit the Haunch of Venison at least for a pint. Unique old pub.

    My other haunt was the then Hopback brewery’s brewery tap, the Wyndham Arms, which I believe is still a “proper” local pub (no food!).

    It’s a bit more than 20yrs, malgrey…

    😉

    notlocal
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    jerrys
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    I agree with most of CFH’s suggestions.

    The Pheasant near Salt Lane Car park is also not bad.

    The Rai D’or on Brown Street does good thai food in a pub atmosphere  (although I haven’t been in this one myself for ages).

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