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A lovely little spot to stop and enjoy a nice cold pint by the River Great Ouse with friends and family.
Staff are always polite and friendly, as is the chef who sometimes makes his way out to chat to customers when it’s quiet.
Since the pub re opened after lockdown restrictions, I’ve been three times. My brother moved to the village and is a regular there. They have a one way system in place, friendly staff and tables inside and out. As with most places their menu isn’t...More
Great location but never again.
“Specials” boasted sea bass; three of us ordered this, worst ever experienced, very poorly cooked & presented. Alleged boiled potatoes undercooked and a very questionable salad side dish - not in any way hygienic.
Staff simply did not...More
Great food and service as usual, but unhappy to be served by waiter without mask.
The second time we have been since lock down, the first was 100%, both social distancing and face covering, of course the food was the best in the area.
Had to pay full price for soft flat drinks even though they have signed up to the eat out to help out scheme so should be in with the 50% discount, when I questioned a staff member she just grunted and walked away
Me and my partner thought we would have a lovely meal as it’s in a beautiful location however ,for the prices you pay the food was terrible ,not worth the price ,at all we couldn’t even finish our plates as was just awful ,service wasn’t...More
Disappointing- would not recommend...
Soda poured from a tap was flat. We had roast dinners; only one had a Yorkshire pudding which was small and flat, we had 3 soft and soggy roast potatoes each (not crispy) and one portion of over cooked veg to...More
Thinking of moving to the area so thought I would try with friends.Most went for various roasts.You only get a Yorkshire with the beef and it looked a bit flat.The roast potatoes were under the pieces of lamb I had so were very soft.The veg...More
This was my first time at the Anchor(Tuesday 7th), we received a friendly welcome. Plenty of choices on the menu and specials boards. All of our meals where really tasty and the treacle sponge and custard was the perfect treat to end the meal. I...More