The Anchor Inn - Premium Country Pubs
We are regular diners here, and normally we have a very good experience, but on this occasion food was not as good as usual, and being told that I couldn’t have the cheese board because the cheese was being saved for mother’s day annoyed me.
Service was very slow; took 30 mins to take food and drinks order and then another 35 minutes for the food to arrive. Food was also disappointing - sea bass dish lacked flavour and the skin wasn’t at all crispy, basic things you expect when you’re paying over £16 for a dish. Overall, very disappointed.
Great Sunday roast except the roasties which let it down....looked and tasted like boiled with an attempt vat a crispy outer. Beautiful dessert just portion size to cost was disproportionate...too expensive!
OpenTable booking was not registered with the venue although confirmed via email. Not very reassuring and unlikely to book by this means again.
Lovely menu, in a warm friendly relaxing environment. Thank you.
Disappointed experience. Food not best quality. Service poor.
Have visited The Anchor several times since moving to the area.Always looked after.Attentive staff.Excellent menu.Pleasant relaxed atmosphere.
What I expected to be a gorgeous Sunday roast turned out to be dry and disappointing, overcooked pork loin with no steak knife to lay into. Gravy should have been served on the side, but wasn't. Overpriced for what it was but it was tasty enough so hence the 3 stars.