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Welcome to the Anchor, situated on the well-loved Gloucester road, one of Britain's last traditional high streets. Over the years, the Anchor has developed a reputation as one of the cities best Sports bar with 9 screens, A great bar for any...more
Visited on Sat 27th July, for a bite to eat at lunchtime. First impressions were good, lively atmosphere without being too noisy and good number of screens showing sport.
Went for a mushroom egg and cheese bagel from the all day breakfast menu which ticked...More
Visited with 17 year old daughter and 19 year old son on the way home at around 8 pm. Were partly served by bar staff until a manager intervened( looked about 17 himself) and were informed that no under 18s are allowed after 7pm.
We popped in for some food as my mum likes the place.
The food was good but left a short while on the side so the chips ended up a little cold but no point in complaining about it
I assume for the students the...More
Great student and sporting pub, the screens everywhere make it the perfect place to watch your chosen sport, and great that they can play different games at the same time to suit everyone! The staff are also amazing and make every visit great!
Just yesterday my and my wife stop by for a coffee. A young guy was there. I ask for a latte with oat milk and after laughing he went to check the bottle of cow milk to see if it has (oat milk). After understand...More
Very much a student haunt, started a few nights out here now. Having live music on weekends is always a plus! They also show most sports on many TV screens including the pool table area which is where I've always found myself.
They've always got...More
This place is ok if you just want to go and have some cheap drinks. Food is not great, and in my case, that I don't eat too much fried stuff or spicy food, I struggle to find anything in the menu. It's quite limited...More
We went in here for an early lunch, it was quiet and I had smallish children with me, I know busy times can be mad and the children are not appreciated at these types of venues at peak times. So being the only food order...More
Came here as a group of 6 for breakfast on a rainy Sunday morning, the prices were quite cheap around £4-5 for a vegetarian breakfast, but I wouldn't have even paid 4 pence for it. It was really quiet as it was quite early in...More