Had a lovely lunch of quiche and various side salads after a busy day Christmas shopping, good service, friendly staff and reasonably priced, well worth a visit.
Such a joy to have this coffee shop among the usual chains: nice coffee, wonderful cakes and a selection of cheese and French sausages for the perfect baguette for lunch, not the cheapest in town, but the food is fresh and it has a cosy atmosphere. It is a deli too if you you'd like to treat yourself with some... More
Whilst visiting Salisbury we called into this cafe for a drink and thought it was a lovely old building that has been sympathetically made into a cafe/deli with seating upstairs and down. You can also take drinks and food away if you prefer. There is no vehicle access to this cafe and you do have to make your way there... More
Popped in for early morning coffee and flapjack on a sunny day in Salisbury. The coffee was great. The flapjack delicious. The staff friendly. Nothing to dislike and top marks for not being part of a chain.
I love the bird and carter, it's delicious and unique! They do the BEST paninis ever and a varying selection of salads to go with! It's always different which is good as you never get bored but disappointing when they don't have my favourite potatoe salad! I often eat here with my friends and although quite expensive worth it as... More
Visited Bird and Carter with my wife. We ordered 2 gorgeous looking chocolate brownie's and latte. Unfortunately after biting into my brownie I cracked my filling on a small stone I found in it. The young staff were apologetic and refunded me the £2.00 after I complained, but I went back to see the owner to explain I would perhaps... More
An established deli which we have regularly visited since Annie & Joff opened. When the owners were in the Deli in Fish Row the service was exemplary. Panini’s with a wide variety of fillings and bespoke ones made up to order if you had special requirements or fancied something they hadn’t already made up. This proved extremely popular as they... More
Really delicious food and coffee in this wonderful ancient timber framed piece of medieval Salisbury. It is by far the best coffee in the city and the lunches are all freshly made and utterly delicious! There is a sister Farm shop and Restaurant on the Warminster Road. This place is a real oasis for hungry visitors and locals alike. Unlike... More
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