Bought a hale and chips which was very uncooked. Also ordered a veg lasagne which was bland looked more like a cheesy porridge hadn't set spilled all.over the takeaway box very untidy . Waiters however welcoming an polite
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This is a popular restaurant situated in a entertainment complex and can be quite noisy. We were part of a party of 13 and were fascinated by our waitress who managed to memorise all 13 orders and deliver them to the right customer! The service...More
We love to go to the Bell and Anchor for lunch or dinner. The staff is very friendly and the chef very helpful. From the sushi, to the steaks and desserts. I can highly recommend them! .
Nice service. Ambience is good. For the area and competition we thought it was a bit expensive. Would have liked more salad and the sauces were average.. the teriyaki tasted old. Nice wine selection but also expensive compared with other local restaurants.
As we were down at the coast for our annual Holiday,at a self catering resort,the thought of collecting all the goodies for a Christmas Lunch,was a very daunting prospect.So we made some local inquiries to find out who served the best lunch in the area.We...More
It is a little more pricey than your local pizzeria but not too expensive. The menu provides excellent choices. The food was very well prepared and served beautifully. Since my wife doesn't share my love of red wine, I normally have to order wine by...More
When successful and busy restaurants are "just good enough" they can trade for years in the face of no opposition. The Bell & Anchor has a big menu for you to choose from... A delight for its patrons, but when the establishment is busy it...More