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The Anchor and Hope, Clapton - pub details

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Address: 15, High Hill Ferry, London, E5 9HG [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2108) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Clapton (0.5 miles), Stoke Newington (1 mile), Rectory Road (1 mile)

Brewery: Fullers

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> Current user rating: 6.7/10 (rated by 37 users)
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user reviews of the Anchor and Hope, Clapton

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Wow. What can I say? Bought a Stella, strongbow and a pride. Stella was stomach able - just. Pride was the same, but the strongbow. . . . . Better head than the Stella, amazing for a cider. Tasted like it came from the river lea direct. 5"3 female went back to the bar to politely say it didn't taste like a cider, asked for a bottle cider and would pay the difference. The older barman first refused, then took a mouthful (not really appealing when given back the cider) then proceeded to say " there is nothing wrong with that, f off" and then went back of house when challenged if he was being serious. Well. Good luck guys, fullers should be ashamed to allow you to be tenants as you clearly can't keep good beer, you have no customer service skills, and you need to badly invest in your pub because the toilets "represent" your standard which clearly followed through the example your staff member showed that day.
pinballwizard - 2 Sep 2012 22:57
Unpretentious, friendly, great location, good beer... so much better than the dreadful chain pubs upriver at Dobbs Weir and Lower Nazeing
fluffy_mike - 25 Jul 2011 14:40
Just watching a young lad getting a puncture repaired courtesy of one of the staff, great to see the community spirit lives on. Oh, and the beers are nice and all...
elsie_pop - 20 May 2011 18:48
Still the best boozer in East London. Nothing seems to have changed except the barstaff are all getting older!!

Be back again soon mates
The_Sloven - 3 Mar 2011 15:20
A fine location, on the west bank of the Lee Navigation with a view across the marshes (but not exactly quiet as trains frequently rattle across the bridge a short distance downstream and over the nearby points up on the embankment). There is a row of plain benches along the river bank, which is just as well as there isn't much room inside the pub itself. Three Fullers ales on handpump, including one of the best pints of ESB that I have had for a long time (�3.20). Perhaps I was just unlucky, but some of the locals were being a bit of a nuisance (albeit to each other rather than visitors). However, it is certainly a useful stop on the busy towpath route for walkers and cyclists.
rpadam - 19 Jun 2010 10:46

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