A BRAND new menu has launched at the Cathedral Bar and Hotel in Salisbury, and the Journal got try it out!

The hotel, managed by Tommy Roberts, is just a short stroll from the Journal offices on Rollestone Street, around the corner to Milford Street, perfect for a lunch-time taster.

During the day, the bar and restaurant offer a relaxed atmosphere for those wanting a meal, or even just a quiet drink at the bar.

The new food menu offers a variety of options, from a selection of freshly made sandwiches, to classics like fish and chips and pie and mash to pizzas and burgers.

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For something different, try the tapas selection, with patatas bravas, grilled shrimp or ribs and wings on offer.

For desert, try the homemade seasonal fruit crumble, with a helping of custard or a generous scoop of luxurious ice cream.

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The bar also has a broad range of beers, spirits, wines through to coffee and also features one of Salisbury’s most creative cocktail lists.

The Cathedral Bar, lounge and dining areas are ideal for meeting up with friends or colleges over a few drinks.

All this can also be enjoyed at the venue's garden courtyard, perfect for when the sun is out.

The bar says it is "the number one venue for live sports", with large screens throughout the bar and restaurant showing a variety of sports.

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Come the weekend, the late night bar and lounge become busy and lively.

With specialist deals throughout the week, including 25 per cent off all food on a Monday, offers on a burger and a drink or a pie and a pint on a Monday and Tuesday, and a roast dinner every Sunday, the Cathedral Bar and Hotel is a must visit in Salisbury.

A lunch special is also available, with a main course with a free tea or coffee for £7.95.

Right in the heart of the city, the Cathedral Bar is worth checking out, and not just for the excellent new menu.