Directly opposite Winchester’s Cathedral and City Museum, this elegant Grade II listed pub was built on Saxon foundations in the 18th century. There are four guest beers in the oak-beamed bar, where you can eat sandwiches, salads and light bites. A typical meal could include cottage pie or pan-fried calves’ liver with Madeira and onion gravy. At the back of the pub you'll find a flower-filled patio.
Lunch: Monday to Thursday 12–2.30, Friday to Sunday 12–6
Dinner: Monday to Saturday 6.30–9.30, Sunday 6.30–9
Credit cards accepted
Family room available
Ramp access available
Allowed in bar
M3 junction 11, follow Saint Cross and City Centre signs. 1 mile, right at Green Man pub right into Saint Swithun Street, bear left into Symonds Street (one-way). Right into Great Minster Street (NB for Sat Nav use SO23 9HB).