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Restaurants in Salisbury

Salisbury has restaurants for any occasion

Wiltshire's capital is quite the celebrated dining destination these days, offering a rare blend of international cuisine, down-to-earth family venues and classic English fare – all of an exceptional quality. Whether you are looking for a place to enjoy lunch after visiting Stonehenge, attending the races nearby, or you just happen to be a resident who wants to explore the local dining scene, Quandoo has collected the finest restaurants in Salisbury, and the choices are seriously impressive...

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Côte Salisbury

Côte Salisbury

City Centre
French££££
5.4/61011
Côte Salisbury
Thai Orchid - Salisbury

Thai Orchid - Salisbury

City Centre
Thai££££
5.5/620
Thai Orchid - Salisbury
Leonardo La Piazza

Leonardo La Piazza

City Centre
Italian££££
5.6/618
Leonardo La Piazza
Cactus Jacks

Cactus Jacks

City Centre
Mexican££££
4.1/614
Cactus Jacks
Everest Brasserie

Everest Brasserie

City Centre
Indian££££
5.3/620
Everest Brasserie
Eastern Chillout

Eastern Chillout

City Centre
Turkish££££
5.2/613
Eastern Chillout
Istanbul Restaurant

Istanbul Restaurant

City Centre
Turkish££££
6.0/62
Istanbul Restaurant
Danny's Craft Bar

Danny's Craft Bar

City Centre
European££££
5.0/61
Danny's Craft Bar
The Boathouse Salisbury

The Boathouse Salisbury

City Centre
European££££
3.8/66
The Boathouse Salisbury
Craft Bar at The Salisbury Arms

Craft Bar at The Salisbury Arms

City Centre
Bar££££
Craft Bar at The Salisbury Arms

Thai Sarocha

City Centre
Thai££££
5.3/63
Thai Sarocha

milford hall

City Centre
Italian
milford hall

Koh Thai tapas

City Centre
Thai
Koh Thai tapas
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    Mix sightseeing with fine food by booking restaurants in Salisbury

    If you've come to the area in order to see the great prehistoric sites of Stonehenge and Avebury, don't risk being turned away from busy local pubs or brasseries. Instead, book a table at an eatery nearby and whizz over there before or after seeing the sights. There are some exceptional pubs very close to Stonehenge which serve up succulent carvery roasts, pies of the day and all kinds of sticky British desserts suitable for even the sweetest of teeth. But these Salisbury restaurants fill up fast when tourists are in town, so reserving a place in advance is always a good idea!
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    At some Salisbury restaurants, local produce is everything

    These days, local chefs at Salisbury's restaurants are really starting to tap into the region's countryside produce. Craft bars are popping up that use this produce to create delicious burgers, chilli dogs and seductive sides. Others source fish from the coast, turning into traditional fish suppers and prawn cocktails. Then there are carveries and restaurant in Salisbury that make the most of Wiltshire's pork production. From slow cooked pork ribs to bacon burgers, if you love meat and want some locally sourced gourmet cuisine, Salisbury's restaurants deliver in style.
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    Try some global cuisine at Salisbury's restaurants

    International cuisine is another highlight of the restaurants scene in Salisbury, so it's not all about local sourcing and carvery roasts. In fact, the city has some imaginative Thai eateries as well which take classic Thai food and present it in a bite-sized tapas-like format. From fried tofu sticks to grilled satay pork skewers, you can order up a variety of southeast Asian delicacies and sample them all. It's a great and sociable way to eat, particularly if you aren't too familiar with Thailand's cuisine.
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    Get some fresh air at village restaurants near Salisbury

    Salisbury is surrounded by idyllic villages, where you can enjoy the scenery and some gourmet food at the same time. If you need to get out of town for a birthday meal or you just fancy some fresh air, villages like Great Wishford and Stoford host some wonderful gastropubs. Dine on Stilton mushrooms and gammon steak by the River Wylye, snuggle up by the fire with a local ale and a hearty steak, and finish up with a sticky toffee pudding, before heading back to the city.
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    European restaurants in Salisbury make great venues for special events

    Salisbury's restaurants also feature some superb European dining options. These French and Italian spots are some of the city's classiest and most romantic venues. If you need to schedule a Valentine's Day treat or you're looking for a first date venue, they always deliver, with their opulent surroundings and first-class service. But the food's the star attraction. Pick mains from all over Italy and pair them with the perfect wine, or order a chocolate fondant and two spoons to round off your date. Whatever the occasion, Salisbury's restaurants will be the ideal setting!