Tenby Tenby Wales


Hope and Anchor

St Julian Street, Tenby SA70 7AX, United Kingdom

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Hope and Anchor is a Restaurant located in Tenby, To learn more about the Restaurant, the Restaurant's website address is .

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Eric Horgan - Tenby is just a great place to visit and many of the pubs have a rich history. H&A had a lot of character(s) and is a good place to stop to get the flavour of the town. overall 4.0 out of 5
Rewiewed on 17/10/2017

Adrian Stępień - Very inviting and clean place. However, the mussels were not cleaned properly and full of sand. When I mentioned it to the member of the staff, I have been told that it is "because they are fresh"... I imagine that if they were frozen then sand would disappear? Don't get me wrong, they were cooked very nice and Spanish sauce was amazing, but having a beach in my mouth is not what I was looking for. Only the beer was worth it. overall 1.0 out of 5
Rewiewed on 27/8/2017

Victoria Coady - What a great find! Food delicious, lovely selection of beers and they allow dogs in too! Staff very helpful and the decor and cleanliness top notch. Eaten there three times now and each time we have thoroughly enjoyed it. Can't wait to go back. overall 5.0 out of 5
Rewiewed on 8/8/2017

Dan B - Stumbled across this pub and decided to call in for food as the place looked very inviting with it's great outdoor seating area. After securing a table outside and ordering food, it arrived quickly despite it being quite busy. All the meals we had were very good - lasagne I had was lovely, would highly recommend. Staff are very friendly and helpful. The interior of the pub is very well decorated, modern yet retaining traditional charm. Half way up the stairs to the immaculately clean toilets there is another outdoor terrace, was nobody sat there so if no tables outside the front worth checking there. Thank you for a great experience and next time we are in that part of the country we will be back. overall 5.0 out of 5
Rewiewed on 9/7/2017

Joanna Taylor - Visited this pub after rave reviews on trip advisor. The only negative we saw being a grumpy member of staff which we felt we could cope with if the food was as good as everyone said it was. Well I must admit the beer battered fish was yummy but I'm afraid what came with it was fairly mediocre, chips were pale and not very crisp and salad was also very small. All was put on a very small plate so as to give the impression you had big portions. We were not asked or told where vinegar , mayo was etc just went on a hunt ourselves to find it, think this lack of customer service is down to staff seeming very unhappy in their jobs as they don't seem to smile a lot. One of our group had muscles and was very ill that evening spending most of the night in the loo. We had all eaten the same till then so think there must have been a bad boy one amongst the muscles There wasn't much of an atmosphere and staff talking between themselves whilst serving customers. It's a real shame because it could be such a lovely pub,think management need to have a word with staff as customer service is poor. I am sorry but going on the experience we had I can not recommend this pub overall 2.0 out of 5
Rewiewed on 14/6/2017