We had lunch, starting outside but then moving in as April seems still to be winter.The menu was good - we had carrot soup and welsh rarebit and both were fine. The soup arrived with slices of fresh baguette and (too!) generous butter.
The inside is interesting as there are several small sections where a small group can just have a private time. Staff were reasonably friendly and helpful - although this of course does depend on how you treat them!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Nestled deep in the lively & exciting Smithfield area, the former original London gin-joint has been lovingly restored to its former glory and a whole lot more as well. The Fox & Anchor originates from the late Victorian era and has been serving the traders of Smithfield market for years. Grand mahogany doors, etched glass and heavy brass, we serve great British food alongside our favourite cask ales & craft beers. With 6 traditional rooms all with their own unique differences, the eclectic range of rooms are a hidden gem in the city. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Fox & Anchor Hotel London
- Fox And Anchor
- Fox & Anchor London, England