Bury Lane, Sutton Gault, Sutton, nr Ely, CB6 2BD
: 12:00 - 14:00 19:00 - 21:00
: 12:00 - 14:00 18:30 - 21:30
: 12:00 - 14:00 19:00 - 21:00
: 12:00 - 15:00 from 19:00
: 12:00 - 15:00 from 18:30
Bury Lane, Sutton Gault, Sutton, nr Ely, CB6 2BD [Map]
£13.95 (2 courses) to £17.95 (3 courses), Mon - Fri
(Avg Price is the average cost per person for two courses, coffee, half a bottle of house wine and tip/service)
REVIEWS OF Anchor Inn
Geoff Lambert (19 July 2011)
We had an excellent meal here in July 2011. Our party of eight all enjoyed the lunch - the food was superb and the service, first class. They have got a nice little keg beer here, too. Five stars!
Jean Haines (2 August 2007)
The two of us went searching for the Anchor as we were asked by friends to find out if it would be a nice place to stay when they visit Fenland later in the year. We hadn't booked and the place was reasonably busy given that the road was partially closed due to the floods. After a nice friendly welcome followed by a glass of merlot and a pint, we settled down to read the interesting lunchtime menu, so reasonable at £10.95. We liked the scrubbed pine tables and the feel of the place, cosy and atmospheric. We were warned that there would be a delay of ten minutes or so as they were busy but, in fact, we were there an hour and a half before seeing any food. (Other later arrivals were served before us which made us wonder... and then the waitress admitted that our order had been overlooked). Once the starters eventually arrived, they were nice, baby figs and goat's cheese and smoked salmon on blinis. The main courses weren't so good. I had a vegetarian dish with pine nuts and parmesan in pastry, which was not seasoned enough and was quite bland, and it was garnished with exactly the same salad leaves as the starter which was disappointing. My husband had chicken crumble which he said was too dry, hardly any sauce in it and not browned off on top so it looked rather anaemic. We then got the bill and had been charged for a pint of beer and a glass of merlot that we hadn't had! Oh dear.
Having said all that, we actually liked the place a lot and will go back for another lunch as well as having dinner with our friends when they visit. It just had a really lovely feel about it and I don't think our long wait and slightly disappointing mains were indicative of what they usually achieve there. So all in all, worth another visit.
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More Info for Anchor Inn
- Children welcome
- Air condition
- Groups allowed
- Outside seating
- Cover charge
Not included, 10% for 10 or more
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Sunday Lunch Menu
Sunday Carvery - £11.95 per person. Children under 5 eat for free.
Lunch Time Set Menu - A main course including a starter and a side dish are served together in one big plate for £7.95
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National Vegetarian Week - 2 courses £15.50 & 3 courses £19.50. Vegetarian menu will run along side current set menu.
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