We dined here on a recent trip to Salisbury. Be forewarned that they do not have continuous service in the dining room, but have a lovely pub with fireplace and comfy chairs to enjoy a pint or other drink until opened. We were lucky to get there early enough to choose our own table on a Monday evening and sat next to the fireplace. My husband ordered a steak and I ordered chicken wings as I was still recovering from a big lunch! One thing to note about the wings is that the sauce does not contain any soy/soya products so if you are sensitive like I am, you can enjoy to your heart's content. My husband said his steak was excellent. We also had the fried pickles as a starter, which was a whole pickle as opposed to slices batter-dipped then fried, but still good. These are not the same kind of dill one would find in the US, more of a Polish dill with a sweetness to them. I do think that the meal was a bit pricey as far as my husband's steak, but that seems to be the norm for most steakhouses in the UK.
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