My partner and I had Sunday lunch here in November 2011, having taken a chance and driven off the A303 in search of somewhere to eat. Wylye is a beautiful village and has a lovely 14th Century church next to the pub, which itself claims to have been established in the 14th Century albeit the present building seems to date from two or three hundred years later. There was a roaring log fire, good draught beer and this is clearly not the sort of pub that plays loud music into the ears of its patrons, which was very good news on a Sunday afternoon.
Sunday lunch was excellent value at £10 for three courses (or £6 for just the roast). Broccoli and stilton soup was very good, and the roast chicken and beef that we had prompted no complaints whatsoever - not the best roast lunch I've ever had, but perfectly acceptable. Two courses and a drink each came to a shade under £22 in total, which was excellent value.
The pub was still open for lunch at 3:00 pm when we arrived (serving until 4:00 pm according to the menu), and also had a good range of standard "pub grub". Service was friendly, unobtrusive and food was served promptly. I had a somewhat better experience than the previous reviewer evidently had and would recommend this pub for those travelling on the A303 of a weekend (albeit the present landlord said he was looking to move on in early 2012).
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