A gastropub in Southwark that’s as innovative as it is timeless, the menu harkens back to traditional Sunday Roasts with a modern twist.
Already a favourite among the locals, The Anchor and Hope consistently draws in crowds from further afield with its delicious take on Sunday lunch, served in a warm and welcoming environment along The Cut.
Abstract artwork by Aldous Eveleigh is hung up around the dining room, giving a regal touch to the low-lit, comfortable pub setting.
Start with garlic sausage, radishes, celeriac and mustard or a snail and bacon kebab with crushed peas and mint. Mains range from a foie gras ballotine with toasted brioche and cherries to octopus stew, a steamed Scottish fillet, ‘Spanish style’ pig’s cheeks and slow cooked lamb neck with a gratin dauphinoise.
Lined along The Cut on South Bank, it’s just a short walk away to both Waterloo Underground and Southwark Rail Station.
12pm - 10pm
- Gluten Free
- Dog Friendly
- Outdoor Seating
- Sunday Lunch
- Vegetarian Options
- Accepts Credit Cards
- Disabled Access
- Children Allowed