Salisbury – Great Places To Eat & Drink
As you might expect from a town so popular with vacation makers to England, Salisbury has no shortage of pleasant places to eat and drink. There are multiple eating places, café’s, pubs and more within touching distance of Market Place.
If you’re starved in Salisbury Cathedral then pop into the Cathedral Refrectory eatery – there’s a wide assortment of hot and cold snacks. Not astounding, but convenient if you plan to do the Cathedral in a lot of detail.
One of the most esteemed taphouses in Salisbury serves up many tasty Sunday lunches and food in general – The Cloisters is situated on Catherine Street – live bands and discotheques are also regularly held.
Near Market Square is the Bakers Oven – favourable for a fast, cheap lunch as they do some nice sandwiches.
On Bridge Street, right in the city centre is Bishops Mill, a eating house set in a 17th century building – it’s slightly more pricy than the standard Salisbury fare but however well worth a visit.
For more conventional frequents, there is a Pizza Express and Pizza Hut opposite Market Square (within a two minute walk of one another). Too on Market Square is the bubbly Market Inn pub – centrally based and offering a fair selection of mostly English food and drink. Another pub with a lot of character is the Haunch of Venison, rooted in a building that dates to the 1320. The pub is on Minster Street. Getting back to Market Square, Mr T’s is a nice café with a varied menu and great bites.
Lxix is one of the grooviest eateries in Salisbury – the atmosphere and surroundings are very stylish and so are the prices. The food is preponderantly British in substance and flavour.
You can enjoy some good old fashioned Fish & Chips in Salisbury at the Harbour Fish & Chips Restaurant. Costs are moderate. On High Street is the reputed Prezzo, serving up good Italian food including Pizza and Pasta. Near the railway station on Fisherton Street is The Dragon, a functional Chinese eating place and one of the Oriental choices Salisbury has to offer up.
There are also a couple of bars to savor in Salisbury – Moloko (Bridge Street), Spirit and NN Bar (both on Catherine Street) are a couple of the choices.
There are also a couple of bars to savor in Salisbury – Moloko (Bridge Street), Spirit.