My husband and I had the specials which weren't cheap. My mashed potatoe wasn't great and my husband wasn't impressed by his meal either. Disappointing.
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Limited menu for Father's Day but then when we did order so many things were unavailable i.e. No salad to go with prawn cocktail, no chicken for mains, only one sausage left on kids menu and for dessert no fruit sponge left and we got...More
Not a good feeling about this pub. A year on and we tried again. Apart from the rather down atmosphere, this pub charges more like London prices. Two (admittedly large) glasses of wine = £15. Everywhere else around this area (and a lot of much...More
My husband and I after walking many miles along the South West Coast, were looking forward to a meal - we were recommended to go to the Anchor Inn - I wish we had looked around for another restaurant - the food was absolutely awful,...More
What an amazing view from the beer Garden , such a pleasant pub in this Devon village , Parking can be a problem , although there are public car parks but in summer gets really busy , the Pub its self has to be given...More
A welcoming pub and Sky TV, they even put the rugby on at 10 in the morning. The food is OK but not exceptional but very good beer
Nice pub, great location. Menu was pretty comprehensive, reasonable pub grup. Unfortunately we had to wait over half an hour for our food. We only had a basic cheese burger and chips. The burger was cold and the chips soft. It was also served with...More
We went with the family for an evening food. We were there just after weekend and a number of meals weren't available but we wall found something to eat. Food was served quickly, hot and was good. Service was friendly and helpful.
One of the eating places that welcome dogs. Food good and reasonable. Bar staff could have been a bit more friendly, but we put that down to the fact he had to wear a tutu for a bet.