If you visit Salisbury you must stop by this fascinating traditional tavern and restaurant. You can grab a gin and tonic in a room not much bigger ... More
Haunch of Venison
If you visit Salisbury you must stop by this fascinating traditional tavern and restaurant. You can grab a gin and tonic in a room not much bigger than a cupboard, or enjoy a wonderful fire (in the winter) in the company of regulars in the larger room. Alternatively, you can view a hand believed to have belonged to an unlucky gambler found cheating! There is a restaurant upstairs serving traditional and modern English food, with prices from about £8.
This prestigious establishment commands magnificent views of the river Thames and people frequent the place in droves, especially for business
lunches and romantic dinners. Modern art hangs by the bar, where a live singer or pianist entertains during the ...
Built in 1552, this building was firstly the family home of John Byrom, and then it housed a variety of
businesses through the centuries before finally becoming a pub. More recently, it has been physically moved twice once to ...
Trying to conjure a little Cypriot magic amongst the run down shops and car dealerships of Bristol Street, Limassol is
a welcoming and intimate restaurant. It serves up tasty, traditional Greek fare, with mezedakia being a popular option a ...