Henderson’s Artisan Bakery located at Oatmeal Row, Salisbury SP1 1TH, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01722 341717

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Sally Hobson

5 Google Rating

Very friendly staff and lovely wholemeal scone with cream tea. Good quality ***

5/ 5

Very friendly staff and lovely wholemeal scone with cream tea. Good quality ***

Michael Newman

5 Google Rating

Friendly, cheerful staff, seats beneath shady trees on the market square, good coffee, freshly made

5/ 5

Friendly, cheerful staff, seats beneath shady trees on the market square, good coffee, freshly made food. What's not to like.

Simon Hobson

5 Google Rating

Lovely bakery / cafe in the square - delicious cream tea

5/ 5

Lovely bakery / cafe in the square - delicious cream tea

Clark Worsley

5 Google Rating

Called in here for a quick lunch. Service was good, the waitress carried out our order while chattin

5/ 5

Called in here for a quick lunch. Service was good, the waitress carried out our order while chatting to an acquaintance of hers in the queue behind us, for which I can't fault her, as it didn't seem to slow her down! We sat outside, not a bad place to watch the world go by. I had a slice of homity pie and my partner had a panino. The food was delicious but we both felt the main part of the meal was a little on the small side and the salad too much in comparison. I could have eaten slightly more pie and slightly less coleslaw - but then I suppose it would cost more than the very reasonable £5.95 I paid. Drinks (tea and coffee) were good. Finally, from the other side of the building on Minster Street you can see right into the kitchen which is fascinating!

Matthew Hogarth

5 Google Rating

Have been for lunch here many times and the am always impressed by the constant quality of the food

5/ 5

Have been for lunch here many times and the am always impressed by the constant quality of the food and service. Everything Paul and his team sells is made there and it's always delicious. His Chelsea buns are to die for and the light lunches are delicious and very well priced. It's a hidden gem of Salisbury and is definitely worth a visit.

Sally Anne 57

5 Google Rating

Love this little bakery, bought a sausage roll on the way home, it was pure delight, wonderful light

5/ 5

Love this little bakery, bought a sausage roll on the way home, it was pure delight, wonderful light flaky pastry filled with delicious sausage meat that had texture and flavour. Look out for the savoury muffins, very yummy.

peter hobday

5 Google Rating

Crusty sourdough loaf VERY crusty! A huge hit with my breakfast companions. Great texture and taste!

5/ 5

Crusty sourdough loaf VERY crusty! A huge hit with my breakfast companions. Great texture and taste!

Keith Gibson

4 Google Rating

A great place to get a coffee and a bacon sandwich 😋

4/ 5

A great place to get a coffee and a bacon sandwich 😋

Vicky Graham

3 Google Rating

Bought bread and pastries to take away. The sourdough bread is very good but I was shocked at how s

3/ 5

Bought bread and pastries to take away. The sourdough bread is very good but I was shocked at how salty the croissants were, no sweetness at all. OK, I don't mind less sugar for health reasons but the saltiness was not acceptable. The chelsea buns were also uninspiring.

Andy Cork

3 Google Rating

Turned up at just after 2 on a sunny Bank Holiday. The staff were friendly and really lovely and it

3/ 5

Turned up at just after 2 on a sunny Bank Holiday. The staff were friendly and really lovely and it was great to sit out in the square. However, there wasn't much choice of cakes (which surprised me for a bakery) and the cold drink selection was quite poor. Was a little disappointed.

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