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Conservatory Restaurant
Salisbury’s Grasmere Hotel lies on the banks of the rivers Nadder and Avon, and the Conservatory Restaurant gives you spectacular views over the hotel gardens, down to the rivers and across the water meadows to Salisbury Cathedral. Serving traditional English food with global influences, the restaurant offers a constantly-changing menu that genuinely revolves around the seasons. In Spring, mains could be rack of English lamb baked with locally farmed honey and mustard, served on minted couscous with a fresh rosemary and redcurrant jus: Autumn may offer breast of wood pigeon filled with a rabbit and pistachio mousse, served on lavender-scented root vegetables. Starters might include warm brioche filled with button mushrooms in a creamy Madeira and Dijon mustard sauce, while puddings range from the light (pineapple boat filled with fresh fruits) to the luscious (banoffee pie). Look out for the Market Day specials, too.
Address: The Grasmere Hotel, 70 Harnham Road
Price range: £25-£34 / €35-
Cuisines: British

Brasserie 206
Behind the idyllic Georgian façade of Milford Hall Hotel here in historic Salisbury you’ll find 206 Restaurant. The light, bright dining room is elegant but casual with high ceilings and large windows complemented by terracotta painted walls and contemporary furnishings while the service has a brasserie feel with smart waitresses bustling from one table to the next, expertly balancing trays of drinks as they chat with customers. The kitchen at 206 doesn’t confine itself to modern European cooking with a regularly changing menu of beautifully presented dishes inspired by world cuisine as well as those unmissable British classics.
Address: Milford Hall Hotel, 206 Castle Street
Price range: £25 - £34
Cuisines: Other

Salisbury’s own Anokaa prides itself on providing a totally unique and special experience from the time you walk off of the street to the moment you leave. Staffed by waiters in traditional Indian dress, the restaurant is anything but trad. Funky and modern throughout you’ll find feature coloured lighting, architecturally shaped leather seating and bold, colourful art on the walls, lead the way to a lively meal. The concise menu is full of traditional Indian dishes with a French twist, many of which have been adapted to bring a lighter and healthier feel while still retaining Asian authenticity thanks to consultation with regional chefs. Desserts meanwhile are seasonally changing to ensure the freshest flavours.
Address: 60 Fisherton Street
Price range: £25 - £34
Cuisines: Other