Recently opened on Winchester’s Jewry Street, Bangkok Bistro is already a hit with Winchester foodies. The team of experienced and skilled Thai chefs, led by Rangsan Sarribobun, specialise in regional Thai cuisine with a little local twist. Expect Northern Thai sausages made with prime local beef, street food style fritters with prawn and watercress and such treats as Chu Chee Trout made with fish from Hampshire chalk streams.
Tuesday to Sunday 12 pm – 1.45 pm
Closed Monday Lunchtimes
Monday to Sunday 6 pm – 9.45 pm
Cafe Brunch Cocktail Bar serving all day brunch, afternoon tea & fizz.
Situated in the beautiful Grade II listed Theatre Royal Winchester on Jewry Street. The Cafe Bar serves specialist coffee, a selection of fine teas, toasties and cakes to either eat in or takeaway.
The Handlebar Cafe is a community cafe and small bike workshop on the Viaduct Cycle path at the foot of St Catherine's Hill, south of Winchester.
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Winchester's premier steakhouse open every day for lunch and dinner.
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A beautiful former coach house offering home-cooked food and excellent ale.
A delightfully quirky traditional village pub.
True home cooking with traditional service in a friendly atmosphere.
Classic seafood dishes
Indulging yourself in a little bit of what you fancy
The perfect place to meet for lunch, supper or just a drink in relaxed, convivial surroundings
A wide selection of Japanese cuisine that both tempts and delights