5 Spots for lunch around Romsey

We have selected five places in Salisbury for lunch that we know our clients enjoy. Hopefully, you will too.

Three Tuns:

The Three Tuns Romsey is a Grade II historic listed building and easily accessible by road and by foot. There is a small car park which is accessed via the A27. The Three Tuns has both a bar area and a restaurant. There is a homely pub atmosphere and an outside seating area. Reservations are advisable if you wish to have a meal. The food is fresh and plentiful, with a wide range of choice from the typical pub grub to Sunday Roast. Vegetarian options are also available. The service is quick and very friendly, and dogs are also welcome. Find out more

Cromwell Arms:

The Cromwell Arms is easily accessible from the A27 and has a large car park with a hotel annex. It is classed as a ‘Gastro Pub’. It is light airy and well-decorated. The tables are spaced sufficiently apart and are easily accessible. The menu offers typical pub classics along with breakfast, lunch, and vegetarian options. Reservations are recommended. The venue also has an extension that hosts weddings and events. The service and staff are very friendly and efficient. Find out more

The Rockingham Arms:

If you’re looking to enjoy a leisurely meal in a quiet spot, then The Rockingham Arms is the place to be. Situated down a country road just off the A36 between Salisbury and Ower, The Rockingham Arms has been part of local village life since 1840. It’s full of character, with sofas and a fireplace as well as standard seating areas. Dogs are welcome in the pub, although not in the restaurant. The food is high quality and, where possible, from local sources. The menu veers towards the traditional but there are less typical choices too, so there’s something for everyone. The Rockingham beef burger and fries is a good choice, and you should definitely make room for pudding! Find out more

Kimbridge Barn:

Located near Romsey, Kimbridge Barn is an idyllic place for a spot of lunch, with ample parking and ramp access into the dining area. The décor is fresh, and it is spacious with beautiful lavender and plants everywhere. We ordered the afternoon tea, which was well presented, and alternatives were provided for allergy requirements. All the food was delicious with a good, varied selection of sandwiches and cakes. Kimbridge has a very relaxed feel to it, and we did not feel rushed. The staff were welcoming and friendly. I will definitely visit again to try the lunch menu. Find out more

Chambers Café:

Chambers Cafe is between Aldi and the main high street. It is easily accessible from the various car parks near Aldi. There’s plenty of seating outside, and over two levels inside. You can get breakfast, lunch, and cakes. All the food was very tasty and the cafe is spacious and has good facilities for wheelchair users.  A perfect place to stop for lunch after a shopping trip in Romsey.