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“The Anchor Inn the best in town!”
Review of The Anchor Inn

The Anchor Inn
Ranked #22 of 98 Restaurants in Faversham
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $11 - $21
Cuisines: British
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Good for: Bar scene
Dining options: Dinner, Breakfast, Late Night, Delivery, Reservations
Description: The Anchor Inn is a beautiful 300 year old pub, just a few minutes walk from Faversham town centre at the terminus of Abbey Street, one of the finest preserved medieval streets in England, and very close to the historic Faversham creek. Some of the beams in the pub are reported to be from the old Abbey in Faversham.
Reviewed March 21, 2013

Just recently visited this very lovely restaurant, the atmosphere is wonderful at Anchor Inn, the right place to relax and enjoy the food, The quality of service is up to a highest standards.
The starter i ordered was Prosciutto with figs, i can say that it was, the best i ever tried.And then followed a roast beef, which was cooked to perfection, this food makes me to come back over and over again. The quality and service for this kind of money which Anchor Inn offers its the best in town! I take my hat off, for the chefs of Anchor Inn!!!Don't think just go and visit this wonderful place!

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1  Thank Edita G
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Reviewed March 16, 2013

Just back from a fantastic meal at the Anchor. The set menu is brilliant value for money and the standard if food is excellent!
Staff are efficient and lovely and the atmosphere was very relaxed despite it being a busy Saturday night. Will be heading back there soon!

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2  Thank Burnsie7
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Reviewed March 15, 2013

The Anchor under its new management is a triumph. We've recently had an excellent Friday lunch (three courses at £11!) and this evening a marvellous Friday dinner. The food is delicious, beautifully presented, with tremendously helpful and friendly service. The ambience is warm and unpretentious and entirely professional, and value for money is extraordinarily good. Congratulations to management and chefs.

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3  Thank Nick S
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Reviewed March 13, 2013

Went for a roast with my family Sunday and had one of the best roasts I have ever had. The starter I chose ... Prosciutto with figs and parmesan was wonderful, roast beef perfectly cooked and the most delicious cherry tart with home made cinnamon ice cream.
Can't wait to go back and try other menus.
We had late sitting and was there when the rock band started playing and it was great to join all the regulars who obviously turn up each week to enjoy wonderful music.
Great place.

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2  Thank Delia E
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Reviewed March 12, 2013

This was our first time at The Anchor. There are 3 small sections to this pub - bar area, restaurant and coffee area, and you can eat in any of them. We hadn't booked and all the tables in the restaurant section were reserved which was a shame as there was a lovely fire burning. so we chose the coffee area which was fine (the lady that showed us to a table made sure it was OK for my elderly mother, and also came back later to make sure she was comfortable).

We ate from the lunch set menu, 3 courses for £11. There was a choice of 4 starters, 5 mains and 3 puds. Two of us smoked ham and fig salad to start, the other had smoked mackerel pâté. We each had different main courses - slow roast pork, Brogdale sausages and cod. Then for pud two of us had cherry chocolate tart and the other had mango mascarpone mousse. We could not fault any of the choices (we all had a taste of each others), the quality and presentation were excellent (I cannot for the life of me understand how another review compares it with Wetherspoons).

We think this place is a real gem. Excellent value and quality, lovely interior, good choice of pump beers, varied wine selection and friendly staff. It's at the opposite end of town to the train station, but well worth seeking out.

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1  Thank LondonTrout
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