Salisbury is full of exciting, vibrant restaurants; a meal at any of these is sure to be one of the highlights of your trip to the city.
Passionfruit Panna Cotta at The Haunch of Venison
The Haunch of Venison
The floor is covered in tiles from Salisbury Cathedral, the oak beams are crooked and the menu is packed full of locally sourced meat, game and fish. Stepping into this restaurant is like stepping back to the medieval ages when the building was used to house the artisans working on the Cathedral spire.
Succulent wild bass is just one of the many mouth-watering dishes you will be able to find at this 14th century country pub in the picturesque village of Chicksgrove near Salisbury. The wide-ranging menu changes daily with a keen eye on seasonal ingredients.
Everything that happens at this restaurant in Wiltshire revolves around the 18th-century walled garden; the menu is brief and consists largely of fruit and veg grown in their garden. On the first Saturday of every month, they stoke up their beechwood fire pit and slow cook produce from neighbouring farms.
Head to Fisherton Mill in central Salisbury for some delicious treats at the Gallery Café. As well as serving up these mouth-watering puddings from their showstopping cake counter, take some time to browse the art gallery and studios in the restored Victorian grain mill.
Cosy Club Salisbury is located in the heart of the city centre on New Street, with a splendid surprise in store when you step into this former arts college. Furnished with sink-into leather sofas, velvet pouffes and a large open plan bar area, get cosy over brunch, lunch or dinner, all washed down with some killer cocktails.
The menu at this restaurant in Salisbury changes with the seasons and the head chef Danny Bozic is award-winning, so dinner here is a no-brainer. Expect modern English and European cuisine using carefully-selected ingredients, including Danny’s Selection of Favourite Desserts. Grab a table by the window for views of Salisbury’s historic marketplace.