On the mick Aston tour of England i had to visit a pub called the cloisters. Had lunch. Staff were a bit over taxed by a tour group but they coped well. Took my orders and delivered my food in a very timely fashion. Food...More
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You have to feel for someone,presumably the owner/operator (?) when there were no bar staff nor waiting staff.Poor guy was like a headless chicken,minding the bar,running to the kitchen,serving at table and clearing away dishes with one other chubby gentleman (his partner ?) in a...More
The charm of this historic English pub is fantastic. The food is honest, classical English pub food. But the ambiance of this 600+ year old pub is not to be beaten
The fish and chips were terrific but I enjoyed sausages with ultra rich brown gravy that were smashing. The service was a little off but everything was done that needed to be done. Interior of the old cloister has been updated and looks quite charming....More
This was a great pub. Very friendly staff and comfortable areas to sit and have your meal or a drink. Serves were very large and it was good food. The wooden beams and whitewash of the walls and ceilings were beautiful. Well worth a visit.
Yesterday was our third visit to The Cloisters on our trips to Salisbury and the Sunday carvery has got better every time, from a very good start! Staff were friendly and helpful from our arrival onwards and were more than happy to point out the...More
The title says it all really. The food and beer were good, but you got the impression that as customers we were there to be tolerated and little more.