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529 reviews
  • Amy Mills
    Amy Mills
    5 months ago

    Friendly and welcoming traditional pub with a flagstone floor, low lighting and (slightly sticky) tables. There's a small range of lagers and ales on offer. The menu is mostly different types of fish and chips. If you sit in the restaurant the food comes on plates, if you sit in the bar it comes in cardboard boxes. The chips are very good but the highlight for us were the deep fried cadburys cream eggs! They are amazing!

  • Debra Rose
    Debra Rose
    3 months ago

    Popped in on our way to Wells-next-the-Sea and had the best fish and chips I've ever had. The decor is of a very high standard as well. If you're ever in the area it's a must visit.

  • Jack G
    Jack G
    3 months ago

    Absolutely superb, fresh fish and chips - service and staff were so lovely. Great place for lunch or dinner on your North Norfolk trip

  • Andrew Slater
    Andrew Slater
    a month ago

    This place could be so much better, it's basically a glorified chippy. We turned up, got shown to our seats, said they'll be back to take our drinks order shortly,and that was it for 20 minutes until I asked the lady who was serving and who met us originally, seemed like we'd been forgotten. We got our drinks finally then our food turned up, I ordered plaice and chips, the batter was really thick and rich, nice if you like it but not really my thing, my wife & kids fish was also mega battered too, it took the taste of the fish away, it was the blandest plaice I've ever had. My wife enjoyed hers abit better, the kids liked their crab things, but they were also caked in batter, but for me it was just too much batter and the chips were really greasy too. I scraped the batter off all my fish but as I said it had been obliterated by the rich batter. I came away feeling very queasy. The interior is really nice, far too nice to be serving such a boring fish menu that's been fried to death! We've been to this area for years but never visited the anchor,and know freinds & family who have been in the past and raved about it, it used to serve a very good all round menu, and had a good reputation, but I think it has definitely lost this reputation now. I can't understand why the owners have just turned it into a 'chip shop'. There wasn't much atmosphere, there was 2 other families in but when they went it seemed deserted. Such a shame, it could be so much better. We got home and our clothes really stunk of 'fishy grease', it was awful, like we had been working in the kitchen!! Everything had to go in the wash. We won't go back until a nice traditional varied menu is brought back and the place is cleaned and redecorated to eradicate the fish smell !

  • William Eastwood
    William Eastwood
    3 weeks ago

    Really pleasant and friendly staff, as far as a pub, couple of drinks and easy atmosphere, this is a nice place, good looking interior and well presented. If you’ve opted to visit here for food.. it’s not good. Virtually everything on the menu is battered!! As for the fish all I could taste is greasy batter not nice.. chips were like card board, and many what can only be described as scraggly off cut ends… for £18 for cod fish & chips, this is at the pricier end, which I’d be happy to pay if it the was. But this is by far the worst fish & chips I can recall..

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