Loved the roast here. Cooked to order and really tasty also great wine and good pub down stairs. Highly recommended
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Great atmosphere downstairs with a lovely selection of wine & beers and fab staff. The restaurant upstairs was freezing cold and the food average (particularly the gravy which lacked flavour). It's a real shame the food let's the place down.
It's not very often I say this but the Sunday roast left a great taste in my mouth. I had the roast chicken which came with Sage and Onion stuffing, veggies and potatoes, gravy. All done well. I also like the cosy dining room upstairs...More
There was a great atmosphere here on 31st Oct with staff dressed up. Very friendly (upstairs dining area). Group of four. Two meals were good and two not so good. Upmarket menu but I was disappointed with the standard of the meat in the recipes....More
We stopped by for lunch in Bath city centre. This is a pub where sandwiches are under a tenner and don't come with a handful of chips to judtify an inflated price, thank goodness! Hubby loved the choice of Bath ales and tried the Forest...More
Overall it was a great experience. Waiter was exceptional however as we were the only table to dine upstairs it lacked atmosphere - no music or people. The family raved about the fish and chips and the pie - however the vegetarian crumble was so...More
Hi Rankinfoodie here. Revisited the Salamander - and as good as before. In a nice street - opposite Bath's best bookshop. Good selection of Bath Ales. Nice for a pint before eating next door at the Firehouse - indeed nice for a pint any time!
There are two things that you must do when you are in Bath, visit the cheese shop, Paxton and Whitfield, and just around the corner, The Salamander. If I owned a pub, this would be it. The staff a great, the beers are great and...More