Came here after a recommendation, the food was very tasty service was good and we generally really enjoyed it thank you
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During the time in the pub we had some food, while the other people in the party had good food I found that mines wasn't that nice. The chicken I received was extremely burnt while the chips were overly salted. The plate also had a...More
Just stopped by for a quick pint, about the only place in town that sales real ale on tap. Had a nice pint while being entertained by the local youn'uns playing pool and doing impromtu kareoke.
We waited over 30 mins for a bowl of chowder. The chowder was watery and thin and overloaded with samphire, which normally is quite nice. This was thw woody, horrible bits of samphire that would choke you. The Guinness wheaten bread served with the meal...More
Went in the Anchor a few times while staying in Newcastle for the week and have to say it was one of my favourites in the area. Had a lovely real ale on as well as a really good selection of Irish Whiskeys. The bar...More
Going off the outside, I wouldn't normally have gone in this pub. But as we were on a group crawl, in we went. The bar staff were very friendly and helpful and made recommendations, they had four craft beers on tap and a blackboard with...More
If you are looking for a great pub experience, don't miss the Anchor. We stayed in a local hotel and they suggested we try the Anchor. We sat down and ordered pints....as we sat and talked, musician after musician walked in and pulled up a...More