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We rang up to book in for a Sunday dinner as we had heard good things. Inside the pub is really cool decoration. It’s a real chilled out atmosphere and a cosy feel. We sat inside but you can go out the back to the...More
The Hope and Anchor is in Jacob’s Wells Road in Bristol. It is an older pub in a quieter street. We went here at 10pm on a Saturday night after dinner. The pub had plenty of seating available with an older group of people present....More
I used call in here fairly regularly but now only occasionally because beer is now very hit and miss. Used to serve and good range, constantly changing - now is over-reliant on St Austell Brewery, so that you get the inevitable Tribute and Gem (Bath...More
There were 4 of us that stopped for lunch, the service was quick, the food was great, the surroundings were clean and light. There is a steep lot of steps from the car park, not good if you have difficulty in walking, but you can...More
We visited the pub today after running the Bristol Half Marathon and I'm so pleased we did. Good beers and an amazing (huge) roast but mainly it was the staff who pulled out all the stops. Super friendly, welcomed us very early for our booking,...More
Stumbled across this pub whilst meandering down from Clifton. The outside of the bar belies a large interior with a good range of cask beers and ciders.
There was an amazing tiered pub garden to the rear and the pub was serving Sunday lunch which...More
Visited with my wife and youngest daughter for an early father's day meal. Food was fantastic, and a couple of pints of cider in the fantastic garden made it very difficult to leave. Really enjoyed it!
Very odd attitude from the barman - get a different job mate, don't suit you ! Hospitality ? More hospital, mostly the food. Only had burgers on the evening menu for mains, manky coleslaw, supposed to be a seasame seed bun - was poppy seed...More