Quality Hotel Andover
Andover, EN SP116LA
Phone: (44) 1264 369-111
Fax: (44) 1264 369-000
Micheldever Road, Andover, EN, GB, SP116LA
- Phone: (44) 1264 369-111
- Fax: (44) 1264 369-000
Discover the delights of delicious Nepalese cuisine at this unusual restaurant. It offers clay oven delicacies such as Agena Ko Kukhura, chicken marinated in yoghurt, and speciality dishes like Dolkha Ko Raksi, an exotic dish made with onions, green pepper, tomatoes and Nepalese spices, that originates from the South East Valley of Kathmandu. The restaurant also serves traditional Tibetan dishes, provides an extensive vegetarian selection and offers set meals for one or two people. It is situated in Winchester, close to the railway station and about five to ten minutes walk away from the main shopping area.
This large restaurant in Winchester serves up sumptuous seafood. Its specialties include Bradan Orach, which is a traditional, strongly smoked salmon, and mussel stew, while you will also find kippers, oysters, mussel pots and shellfish on the menu. For vegetarians the restaurant offers goats cheese with roasted vegetables. An extensive selection of wines and malt whiskies are available. There is plenty of seating, but booking in advance is advised.
La Place is a restaurant and bar in Winchester with an ideal location overlooking the Cathedral and near the City Museum. The restaurant upstairs is spacious and has a French ambiance, whilst the bar at street level is an ideal rendezvous for a glass of wine, coffee or snack. La Place Bistro & Froggies Bar also take reservations for private dining and celebratory functions. In the evenings the wine bar Froggies is lively yet discerning, and with a continental atmosphere for easy conversation. It is open from late morning for lunch, with daily specials. To dine in the evening it can be busy and one is advised to book.
The Walkers Restaurant at the Wessex Hotel provides a sublime dining experience. Right in the heart of Winchester, this restaurant overlooks the 900-year old Winchester Cathedral, and the view itself makes it an ideal setting for any special occasion. The royal decor with a pillared dining area, chandeliers and subtle candle lights guarantee a truly memorable evening. The food leaves no rooms for complaint and the efficient service only adds to the charm.
The Chesil Rectory is a fine dining restaurant located in the Hampshire city of Winchester. The restaurant is housed in a building that dates all the way back to the mid-15th Century and the decor still preserves and showcases many of the original features of the building. The kitchen produces upscale dishes based on traditional British dishes using locally sourced ingredients whenever possible. The Chesil Rectory should definitely be a dining destination for anyone who wants to experience history, good food, and comfort all over one meal.
Located just a few minutes from the charming village of Romsey's Market Square, just north of Southampton. The Three Tuns is your classic local-style pub serving up all kinds of local ales and traditional British food made with the highest quality, locally sourced ingredients. To go along with the traditional menu, the decor and interior could not get more traditional; polished wood, exposed beams and exposed brick give the Tuns a comfortable, homey feel. As for the menu, at the Three Tuns you can order dishes like Potted Rabbit, Chutney and Toast, or the Famous Tuns Pie with Beef and Mushrooms.
An evening at Cromwell Arms gives a whole new dimension to restaurant dining. Nestled in a 400 year old building, the whole place emanates a warm inviting appeal. It is large with several nooks and corners, arranged in separate levels with adequate spacing between the tables to provide privacy. Traditional British feel is quite evident in the predominantly coffee-colored decor with wooden tables, orange drapes, subtle lighting and iron candle holders. The food is an absolute delight as the head chef creates magic with his range skills. Sunday lunches are a lovely affair, not forgetting birthdays and anniversaries, which are made memorable here. This place opens at noon everyday.
This large branch of the major restaurant chain serves up healthy portions of pizza and pasta and also offers Deep Pan Pizza's renowned eat as much as you like buffet. Specialties include Pepperoni Roll pizza, Penne Vegetarian Pasta and the Latino Lite pizzas, which have a wafer thin base. Pizzas also come served deep pan or with a traditional, Italian style thin and crispy base. If you are still hungry, a range of delicious desserts are served. Chocolate addicts will be in heaven as the menu includes Chocolate Fudge Cake, The Ultimate Chocolate Sundae and Cheesecake with Belgian Chocolate.
Named after the Celtic word for fast flowing river, this spacious, stylish bar and brasserie has a fabulous setting by the River Avon. It has an outside terrace that provides a fantastic view and a conservatory where you can stop for a coffee. Australian style barbeques on the patio are a specialty and the brasserie menu offers a good choice of interesting and tasty dishes. Come here for something unusual.
This family-run restaurant in Salisbury is a popular location for lunch and evening meals. Overlooking the Market Square, it is very convenient for a snack whilst shopping or for an early supper before the cinema. Harpers specializes in good homemade English food. Vegetarian options are available. The service is friendly and the ambiance is relaxed. Try to get a table by the window and watch the world go by.
Over the years, Mercure White Hart Hotel has been well-known for serving good food in a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere. And Squires restaurant on its part leaves no stone unturned in continuing the tradition. The restaurant offers a traditional British cuisine featuring specialties of the region and local farm produce. A special Carvery lunch is offered from Sunday to Friday. It features delights, such as Loin of pork with home made apple sauce and Apple Pie served with fruits of the forest and cream. Don't forget to choose your favourites from the wide list of wines available. With such a high reputation, you can be assured of a fulfilling experience.
If you visit Salisbury you must stop by this fascinating traditional tavern and restaurant. You can grab a gin and tonic in a room not much bigger than a cupboard, or enjoy a wonderful fire (in the winter) in the company of regulars in the larger room. Haunch of Venison also has a restaurant upstairs serving traditional and modern English food.