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
Bars & Cafes
The Roebuck Inn is located in the northern part of the city and serves as a traditional British pub with food from the English and Mediterranean cuisine. Open seven days a week, this place turns into an ideal hangout place during evening with poker nights, quiz nights and debate sessions being some of the events held at the pub.
It seems in the past few years every small music venue has opted to ditch the comfortable neighborhood bar feel to emulate the expensive ticket, huge amphitheaters of big cities. Well for you fans of sticky floors, reasonably priced beer, and intimate performances, now is the time to rejoice. At Railway they have left a good formula untouched. The club hosts rock bands, big and small, in its main hall and also has two bars, a smoking section, and an arcade for those who want to take a breather from the noise. In addition, it is centrally located by a train station and the City Center. Who could want any more from a venue than accessibility and comfort?
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.
This huge pub in Winchester, from the famous JD Wetherspoon chain, is lively and spacious with plenty of seating. Like all JD Wetherspoon establishments it has a strict no music policy, dedicated non-smoking and dining areas, and very cheap prices. It serves a range of real ales, including regular guest ales and offers several award-winning wines. Good food is served all day including snacks, main meals and delicious desserts.
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.
A branch of Costa Coffee can be found on the ground floor of the Brooks Shopping Centre in Winchester. Like all coffee bars from the famous chain you have a huge choice of drinks to take away or drink in, including cappuccino, moccachino, cafe latte, espresso, iced cappuccino, iced moccachino and iced latte, amongst many others. You can pick up a pastry, croissant or piece of cake with your drink and there is plenty of seating, both indoors and outside.
The River Itchen flows right along one side of this cozy pub in Winchester. Yet there is more to the Old Monk than just a scenic location. It also offers a lively atmosphere, a range of real ales and food that is served all day. There is plenty of seating at smart wooden tables, plus a pool table and games machines.
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.
This large pub in Eastleigh is ideal for watching football as it has a huge screen showing Sky Sports and a host of tables, chairs and comfortable sofas to sit at. The atmosphere is friendly and chatty and in addition to football fans, the pub attracts an older crowd of regulars. Sporting paraphernalia adorns the walls, such as golf clubs, fishing rods, tour blazers and trophies. There is also a pool table and games machines.
This modern pub is an ideal place to stop for a drink if you are visiting Eastleigh. Large and spacious, it has smart, wooden décor with plenty of seating either in alcoves or at small tables. The extensive food menu and non-smoking dining area attracts families during the day, while a younger crowd gathers in the evening for DJ nights, when there is a smart casual dress policy. There is also live music on Sundays. Sky Sports is a regular feature, both on a large screen by the main bar and in the upstairs sports bar.
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.
If you are looking for a quintessential English pub experience, then check out The Royal British Legion pub. Besides featuring an extensive drinks menu, this pub also has delicious pub meals on offer. Located on the popular Endless Street in the city, the club can accommodate about hundred people, thus making it a popular venue for weddings and christenings. Due to the extremely affordable drinks, this place is a favorite among locals. Call for additional information.