One Minster Street

One Minster Street


0.5 miles
The Haunch of Venison, 1 Minster Street, Salisbury, SP1 1TB
Upstairs at the historic Haunch of Venison hostelry in Salisbury, you'll find a very special restaurant. Contemporary, quality design sits effortlessly alongside ancient beauty and intricate detail. Stay awhile and you'll be struck by the most important aspect of One Minster Street - fresh food and great value.

Chef Robin Adams maintains a high-quality menu with no compromises - taste is paramount. The eclectic and ever-changing menu features modern and classic favourites with an upbeat slant. Dishes like the haunch of venison and ham with bubble and squeak are all expertly presented and fly out of the kitchen by popular demand. Expect local game and fresh fish to star on the specials board. And for dessert indulge in classic sticky toffee pudding or a velvety chocolate and Baileys creme brûlée. The ingenious wine list rises to the challenge of complementing the varied menu, as do the other drinks on offer. An exciting cocktail list lies alongside a comprehensive choice of beers, as well as a selection of tea and coffee.

Under the direction of restaurant manager, Justyna Miller, staff are knowledgeable, charming and efficient. They are trained to think of every meal as 'showtime'. They aim to entertain as well as serve the customers, cultivating the whole dining experience. Food to fit all budgets and palates served in gorgeous surroundings make a visit to One Minster Street a must.
Open: Mon-Weds noon-2.30pm, 6pm-9.30pm; Thurs-Sat noon-2.30pm, 6pm-10pm; Sun noon-2.30pm, 6pm-9.30pm

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