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“Welcome to lunch”

The Crown and Anchor Restaurant
Ranked #4 of 11 Restaurants in Holy Island
Certificate of Excellence
Cuisines: British
Dining options: Reservations
Restaurant details
Dining options: Reservations
Reviewed April 4, 2018 via mobile

Really friendly staff gave us a simple lunchtime menu. By simple I mean the prices were all reasonable and (take note resteraunt and cafe owners) to the nearest pound. None of this £7.95 malarkey. All very happy with the ample servings delivered quickly. Open fire and dogs allowed in the bar. We'll definitely call again

3  Thank Andrew F
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Reviewed February 28, 2018 via mobile

Called in for a drink and ended up eating. More adventurous menu than The Ship and, based on our experiences of both, I’d say this was the better place to eat.
Lovely fish and chips. Nice staff.
Allowed dog in the bar.

6  Thank Paul M
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Reviewed February 22, 2018

Visited at lunchtime after a walk around the island. Picked the Crown & Anchor beacusecof reviews here and was not disappointed. Very welcome recetioj. By staff food was great and reasonably priced. Was actually very busy for a cold but very bright winter day. We both had the haddock which was really great. The speed of service surprised us. The real cost fire was a slight on a cold day

4  Thank Frank W
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Reviewed February 12, 2018 via mobile

This pub has a captive audience as it is the only one that serves Sunday lunch. We both chose chicken which came with 2 very large roast potatoes and a quinnel of turnip and gravy, a bowl of very crunchy cauliflower, carrots & broccoli arrived but they were barely warm and although we don’t like mushy vegetables we couldn’t even cut the cauliflower! 2 courses were £15 so I opted for homemade bread & butter pudding which came with rhubarb & custard ice cream which there was not of so opted for salted caramel instead both quite delicious. Their wine is nicely chilled and the rose was quite delicious.

3  Thank Suzysnoose
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Reviewed February 10, 2018 via mobile

Just come away from enjoying a fabulous meal
To be honest I ate too much talk about stuffed but I couldn't help my self
Haggis starter haddock and chips cheese board
Mention to the chips too nice to not eat
Great service
Good luck for the future hope it works out

6  Thank chelskira
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