This is our go to restaurant as Matt only lives 5 minutes away from The Anchor. It’s lovely on a sunny day as it’s on the canal and they have lots of seating outside running alongside the canal. I have been several times recently so thought I would blog them all at the same time.
Bread board – This is part of the sharing platters. Its £4.55. It comes with a selection of breads, oils and balsamic vinegar. I love having bread to start of a dinner. We normally always get this when we go here.
Lamb Kofte – This is a starter and costs £4.45. You get two kebabs. It comes with tzatziki and a mini onion salad. I love this. I normally add chips to this and make it my main meal. If you like lamb kebabs you should try these.
Beef roast dinner – This is £10.75 for large or £7.75. I think I had large last time I went. I didn’t ask for either but it was pretty big so I am guessing it was a large plate. This comes with roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables, Yorkshire pudding and gravy. I love mine covered in gravy so I always find there isn’t enough gravy. I would have this again here. I am normally fussy with beef but the meat was perfectly cooked.
Chicken wings – Matt gets these and normally gets a large portion which costs £8.50. We normally get them in a Smokey BBQ sauce. The sauce is really nice, and they taste really good. They are too little and fiddly for me to eat.
Steak pie – This is £11.45 for a large portion (which is what I got) or £8.45 for a small portion. This is their signature pie and it was amazing. I wish I was eating it right now. Its steak beef in a gravy sauce, which is made with their award winning Tanglefoot beer. It comes with mash potatoes and seasonal vegetables. I normally make chicken pie and home but this has tempted me to make a beef pie. The beef was cooked perfectly and the gravy was really tasty. 100% get this again next time I go.