The Anchor (Review)
This pub might just be the most tastefully decorated pub I have ever seen. It was so beautiful that when I sat down, I had to almost immediately get up again and nosey around, I walked from end to end and was bowled away. I loved the different options available too. In addition to about three different eating and drinking areas inside, they had a fully covered back garden and a fully covered front garden with heaters.
They have exciting menus, we tried breakfast on this occasion. The food was delicious, but it was a little on the small side for me; however it was my own fault for being smaller because I do not eat beans, tomatoes and mushrooms.
I loved the little touch of the toast being shaped like a whale – so cute. However, I think they could have given me two, it was basically half a slice of toast. The meat though was well-cooked and flavourful and the eggs were poached perfectly soft, as I requested.
The only downside for us was that they didn’t have any breakfast options for children, and so I had to order an adults breakfast for my son and toast for my daughter. We still had a lovely time, and I simply cannot wait to try their roast dinners, which look astounding.
For anyone who lives in Milton Keynes, it is on the outer limits of our fair city, but is completely worth the journey. It took about 20 minutes (maybe 25 minutes) from Newport Pagnell.
Website: The Anchor
Address: The Square, Aspley Guise, MK17 8DF