Mr T's isn't actually a resturant but I thought I would mention it. Its on the corner of the Market Square & is the friendliest place I know. Prices range from 80p to £10. A cup of tea costs 80p & there is a varied menu. Best time to come is after the dinner hour, as it can be quite full up during 12pm onwards. The service is good & each customer gets a ticket & when the foods done, the number is called out.
Favorite Dish: Cheese toasties because their yummy, what more can I say? The milkshake is rather thick, flavours are strawbury and banana.
Bishop’s Mill stands right in the city center, on the Bridge Street. The present building, now a restaurant, dates from the 17th century, but it is likely that earlier mills stood here, making use of the energy from the gushing waters. A legend says it’s been a mill owned by the Bishop of Old Sarum, which is mentioned in the Doomsday Book.
You can follow the river back through into the Maltings shopping arcade to enjoy a riverside walk with ducks and swans.
We did not go in because of the crowds but the people inside looked very happy.
If I go back on a quieter day I do want to sample their "pub grub."
Nice quiet pub in South western Rd, has variouse bands playing live here. Also pub quizzes and darts.
Favorite Dish: Sunday Roast's