It's now closed. Was great while it was open. Large conservatory out the back capable of doing functions and Christmas diners. But it's closed so should be removed from Trip Advisor.
1 - 10 of 331 reviews
Always an interesting choice of food here, with a value set lunch available. Always good to support your local independent outlets as the service is always there and the food is not of the reproducible variety. Lovely staff, too.
After 3 years, Cranes Wine Cafe has closed. Sad that an independent restaurant with loyal following, great ambience, just the kind of place that Salisbury needs to counteract/complement the chain outlets has decided to call it a day. Thanks for the good times
I have been coming to the restaurant when visiting Salisbury on and off for 15 years, when it was called Le Hérisson and then The Lemon Tree. On my latest visit we were once again spoiled for choice. The menu is varied and imaginative and...More
I booked a table for a family birthday and two days before, I received a voicemail stating that my booking had been cancelled as there were staff shortages so the restaurant decided to close and complete a refurbishment. This is very disappointing and unbelievable so...More
Found this by following a sign from the Main Street. The staff were very friendly and helpful and service was very prompt. We had a 2 course set menu with starters rather than dessert and both were very good. No wine on this occasion, just...More
Came to treat my parents to lunch and we were seated in the conservatory at the back - the ambiance was lovely; a busy lunchtime crowd that wasn't too noisy, with wonderfully friendly waitresses who were attentive without being intrusive. The wine was excellent, they...More
My wife and I had a meal at the Cranes Wine Cafe during a recent trip to Salisbury. The restaurant was recommended to us by the owner of the B&B we stayed at (Cricket Field House). Cranes offered a very good value set course menu...More
I wouldn't have known this was there without the advertising board in one of the streets as I was visiting Salisbury and needed a qucik lunch spot. Didn't sample the wine but others were and it was quite busy for a start of the week...More