During our dog walk along the coastal path we somehow stumbled across this absolute gem. A warm welcome especially for our little 4 legged man. From Norfolk gin to the wonderful food! A must visit pub
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Great food and wine - and beer!, friendly relaxed atmosphere, perfect in every way! - and parked right outside the door.
With so many places to choose from for lunch the Anchor Inn was picked as we were traveling up from Sussex and our friends from Yorkshire. We had a great table in the bay window and had a nice pint on the go when our...More
Very good visit to this nice pub. Looks a bit quirky outside, great inside. Food was top notch and the service was excellent. Highly recommend.
We ate a superb meal at The Anchor and I'd happily award 6 stars if it were possible! The photos around the walls depict the rich history of the pub and Morston. The pub is split into separate rooms so even though it was a...More
The pluses. Delicious starters, scallops with a very good raviolo. Asparagus with a well made Hollandaise and chorizo Friendly service. A main course of cod with champ in a dashi broth was pleasant enough. The minuses. Awful loud music that made both of us tense....More
The atmosphere is a bit lacking if you go to early in the evening, but better when it fills up later. The food is excellent and it is not the usual pub food. There are some dishes with a bit of a twist. well worth...More
We were travelling along the north Norfolk Coast and were looking for a cosy restaurant for lunch. We had seen reviews for the Anchor and thought we would give it a try, we were not disapointed. On arrival we could not park so my wife...More