Fox & Anchor

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Fox & Anchor

115 Charterhouse Street
+44 20 7250 1300
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Yelp Reviews

4 out of 5 based on 38 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Fox & Anchor

3.0 out of 5 23 October 2015
by Robert W.

The Fox and Anchor is the sort of visitor to London would expect to see. It's got a traditional feel to it, with lots of wood panelling and a Victorian looking interior. If you have been to the Harp near Charing Cross, you would know what to expect. It is part of the Youngs brewery chain, although it felt more of an independant pub to me.

The pub is long and can be a tight squeeze trying to...more

4.0 out of 5 22 January 2015
by Elisa L.

Loved the interior of this pub! We brought a friend here for a new year's eve dinner and were tucked away in a booth in a private nook. We had the fish and chips, scotch egg, and duck salad. All were good, but I could have passed on the duck salad (I wasn't crazy about the beetroot crisps sprinkled on top).more

5.0 out of 5 16 August 2014
by Morgen N.

The Fox & Anchor has everything you'd want in an authentic pub but does a good job of meeting the present day - decent music, some craft beers, etc.

Firstly they have some non-standard beers and ciders available. When all the pub-group owned pubs serve Becks, Carlesberg and Heineken - the Fox & Anchor has the standards but also some more interesting options.

The atmosphere is laid back....more

5.0 out of 5 6 August 2014
by Charlotte K.

If you're in the Farringdon area and are looking for a very traditional pub to go to - this is definitely where you SHOULD go.

Everything about this place is quirky and cute, and makes you want to hug it - but you can't, and that would be silly: this is a pub.

I fell in love even more when I discovered the little hidden rooms at the back of the pub, which gives an extra sense of...more

3.0 out of 5 12 October 2013
by Peter S.

I found the Fox and Anchor experience to be a slightly disappointing one of a terrible Sunday roast and mediocre IPA, offset by a charming interior, good service and some surprisingly good desserts.

I'll be honest: we came here because the Old Red Cow on the other side of Smithfields had stopped serving Sunday lunch. So the friendly reception with which we were greeted at the Fox and Anchor...more

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