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The ‘no reservations’ policy, dishevelled interiors and jam-packed tables aren’t enough to deter south London’s dining cognoscenti from patronising its best-known gastropub – although recent reports suggest the Anchor & Hope is getting ‘tired’ and ‘trading on its longevity’. Once you’ve negotiated the scrum at the bar and secured a coveted spot in t he no-frills dining room, you’ll be rewarded with a short (and rapidly depleted) blackboard menu of unreformed grub with a trencherman British accent – perhaps a ‘flavoursome’ warm salad of snails and bacon, Middle White pork faggot and mash, grilled lemon sole with samphire, or fried ox cheek. The enticing wine list has plenty below the £25 mark, although not everyone is happy drinking out of cheap tumblers. You can book for Sunday lunch, with a single sitting at 2pm sharp (very civilised).
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Ms/Mrs. Sarah L
after ready rave reviews I was keen to try out the Anchor and Hope, however I was hugely disappointed. Ordering the Dover sole, it arrived simple fish which was under seasoned. It came
with just two new potatoes - which were so dry and over cooked they were a inedible. It come with nothing else... no veg or sides. For £16 it was a complete rip off and worse than average. Based on my experience I won’t be visiting again. Thoroughly disappointed
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