Nice welcoming pub with excellent service. Good standard pub food but the menu was a little hit and miss. Would be happy to revisit and the beef and chorizo casserole was very good.
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Great cask pulled real ales. Quiet, small atmospheric pub. Wonderful bar tender - knowledgeable about the ales and beers. No rushing you out here! Sit back and enjoy!
Mother's Day lunch. Mum had fish and chips and enjoyed it and her husband and I had the roast lamb. We waited a long time for it to arrive (and the pudding). When it did the meal was lukewarm. The Yorkshire pudding was soggy and...More
Called in here for a light lunch , made to feel really welcome by a great barman who knew his stuff on the beers sold there and was genuinely interested in helping us enjoy the wonders of the fantastic city Bath is by giving us...More
My partner and I were visiting Bath for the first time and stumbled across this pub by chance, and what a happy accident it turned out to be! Staff were warm, friendly and knowledgeable able to answer any questions we had about the menu. The...More
Booked late Sunday lunch after weekend in Bath - admittedly on the same day. Booking was accepted, but had a call 45 mins before we were due to sit down to say they weren’t taking any more food orders as they’d run out of everything....More
We arrived for Sunday lunch and had the pub entirely to ourselves for a while, allowing us to enjoy the peaceful traditional pub atmosphere. The bar and waiting staff were very friendly and we chose our meals from the short Sunday menu: roast beef, fish...More
This is a lovely old pub featuring Bath Ales. The beer we drank was Bath Gem, one of our favourites, and it was perfect; clear, perfect temperature and a very cosy environment.
Am a regular visitor to The Salamander, and went on Friday 19th January for a pub meal and a couple of drinks. The food was excellent as usual, being the toad-in-the-hole with a side order of triple cooked chips. Both cooked to perfection and thoroughly...More