This year, for the first time, Salisbury Food & Drink Festival organised a Taste Trail, giving you the chance to try some of the city's best food and drink offerings.
Festival goers could work their way around the city's finest cafes and restaurants at their own leisure, trading in Taste Trail tokens for sample dishes.
The reaction to the event was overwhelmingly positive and we have received some delightful feedback from restaurants and ticket buyers alike. You can read some of the comments below.
“We are big fans of the Taste Trail and hope that it is even bigger next year … and we’ll be there with brass bells on!”The Old Ale and Coffee House
“I tried Culture Coffee’s trio of cakes as part of the Taste Trail. The ginger cake was absolutely delicious and the garden was a little paradise.”Festival goer
“Before the Taste Trail I’d never been into Cross Keys Restaurant. I will definitely be going back - the mushroom soup was absolutely delicious and the staff were very attentive.” Festival goer
“It could be Pat’s best day at work ever – doing the Salisbury Taste Trail.” Spire FM
"The Salisbury Taste Trail is a refreshing way of discovering some of city’s hidden gems.”Culture Coffee
“We all have our favourite coffee shop or pub, but this is a nice way to get people to try out different food in different places. There are lots of lovely things to try and people can make a day or weekend of it.” Salisbury Journal
The Festival would like to take this opportunity to thank participating cafes and restaurants for truly embracing the event. You can find out which venues took part by reading the Taste Trail map.
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