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We have struggled a bit with finding good pubs within Salisbury. The Duck Inn is a pretty building in a quiet area not far from the town centre.
Service is good and we got a table quickly admittedly it was late lunch. I ordered the...More
Sounds like we were unlucky but The Duck disappointed on all counts. Barman was unwelcoming, my partner’s pint of Crop Circle was borderline, not sparkling like we’d expect from a Camra pub of the year and the Country Setting was at the end of a...More
We were thirsty & travelling the back roads to the coast. Happened upon this place around 5pm & called in for a cup of tea. Found a cohort of men at the bar. Found coffee, tea & KitKat biscuits. Everywhere inside smelt of beer but...More
So, a Sunday afternoon dog walk in the sun, a sign for the Duck and beer....
This place was instantly welcoming....you know that feeling when you walk into most pubs as a stranger, they all stare or ignore.....not this place. The whole team and locals...More
We were camping locally and in need of a dry place to eat for 12 of us last minute including two dogs. The pub were extremely accommodating fitting us in. It was only roast dinners on the menu, but it did not disappoint. The food...More
Fantastic. Went to Golden Wedding party for my sister and brother-law and we were so pleased with the friendliness of the staff and the excellent food. Originally it was to be a BBQ but because the weather had changed it had to be inside.
We were on our way to Weymouth when we seen the signs for this pub and headed there for some lunch. The pub was immaculate, very pretty flowers outside and great facilities with a flat screen tv under a gazebo and very well laid out....More
We visited the Duck for a couple of beers. No lemon or lime for the bottled beer option. There were very few customers in there and the place seemed soulless. A friend visited a couple of days previously for lunch only to see a sign...More