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Anchor & Hope

Updated 03/06/2014

Fodor's Review

Exceptional Brit-focused fish and meaty dishes at wallet-friendly prices fly out of the open kitchen at this permanently packed, no-reservations (apart for Sunday lunchtime) stalwart gastropub on The Cut in Southwark, and a few doors down from the lively contemporary Young Vic theater. Pot roast duck, braised pig's cheeks, Swaledale steaks, guinea fowl pie, Arbroath smokies, and Orkney kippers keep the British flag flying high and punch well above their weight in terms

of taste and tenderness. Mains are well priced between £9–£18, but bear in mind it's noisy, cramped, achingly informal, and always frightfully overcrowded. That said, the kitchen has smarts and is highly accomplished, and you'll find great feasting dishes to share—like Sunday lunch seven-hour roast shoulder of lamb or carve-your-own whole roast chicken that will easily feed three to four people.

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Restaurant Information

Address:

36 The Cut, London, SE1 8LP, England

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Phone:

020-7928–9898

Restaurant Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • No dinner Sun. No lunch Mon.
  • Reservations not accepted

Updated 03/06/2014

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Dec 23, 2008

A real Gastropub

I think most people visit this place because they are going to one of the theaters nearby. However, I'd be happy to eat here everyday for the rest of my life and even though it is a fair distance from either my workplace or home I get there as often as I can. Everything from the kitchen is seasonal and expertly cooked. The menus are interesting without being pretentious and this is everything a gastropub should be. The only compettition as far as

I'm concerned is it's sister place 32 Great Queen Street.

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Feb 14, 2008

Good Food & Good fun

Packed and noisy but after waiting 20mn with a very good glass Albarino Rias Baixas, we had a very pleasant diner with fresh products and good choice in a wide and open wine list.

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