The Rai d’Or will reopen on Thursday 3rd of December at 5 p.m. We will be serving food from from 5 p.m. until 10 p.m. Thursday, Friday and Saturday and 5 p.m. – 9 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Doors will close at 11 p.m. Thursday to Saturday and at 10 p.m. Monday to Wednesday. When you arrive you will need to complete a contact form for one member of the group or you can scan the QR code. Once you are seated at your table you can take off your mask. We have lost half of our capacity so it’s advisable to call ahead and book. We will still continue with takeaways and deliveries of food and drink but plan to call ahead especially if you are just coming in to collect alcohol. When you book please tell us if you are a family, a bubble or a business meeting and the maximum table size is 6.
Welcome to The Rai d’Or
Local ales and authentic Thai food in an historic Salisbury pub dating from 1292.
This is the web site for the well known pub & restaurant, The Rai d’Or in Brown Street, Salisbury, Wiltshire, voted Salisbury & South Wilts CAMRA Pub of the Year 2008. and in the Good Beer Guide every year since soon after we arrived here in 2002.Inside you will find some of the finest Thai Cuisine available, as well as our selection of great real ales and wines
Our usual opening hours are Monday-Saturday, evenings only, from 5 pm. Food is served 5.30 – 9pm (early week) but later on weekends or on very busy evenings.
Last orders on Thursday – Saturday will be 10 p.m. unless as we said it is still busy or you have pre-booked. It is always advisable to call ahead for a table but particularly if you want to eat late.
Order a meal before 6.30 p.m. and receive 10% off the menu price for your food. You will comfortably finish a meal in an hour at that time of day.
Wine prices are largely based on a cash margin rather than a multiple of the purchase price. We believe this is fairer to the customer.
The Rai d’Or, next to Brown Street car park in Salisbury, has a colourful history spanning over 700 years.also historically when it was a house of ill-repute in the Middle Ages
The bar was re-roofed sometime after its rebuilding so that the 2 houses could be given a single roofline facing Brown St.