Monday Closed all day
Tuesday - Thursday 12noon - 3pm / 5pm - 9pm
Friday - Saturday 12noon - 10pm
Sunday 12noon - 6pm
Monday Closed all day
Tuesday - Thursday 12noon - 11pm
Friday - Saturday 12noon - 12midnight
Sunday 12noon - 11pm
- Disabled Access
- Free WiFi
- Outdoor Seating
- Families and Children Welcome
About The Hope and Anchor Pub
Our traditional yet unique approach to food and drink makes The Hope and Anchor a special place to visit. This 19th-century pub is nestled at the heart of the South Ferriby community, located just five minutes from the mighty Humber Bridge in North Lincolnshire.
The Pub offers a combination of traditional seasonal cuisine and historic dishes. Our quest for excellence in taste and flavour is combined with our respect and love of fresh seasonal produce, to create a menu of British favourites in harmony with the building’s Maritime origins.
Locally sourced guest ales, superb cocktails and a carefully selected wine list all contribute to the perfect place to unwind, for locals and visitors alike. We welcome a broad range of guests who appreciate the simple yet satisfying things in life, whether it be a “cheeky” pint after a dog walk or bird watching, sailing in via the Humber, or just to enjoy great wine and wanting simple food cooked well.
Stunning food in a wonderful setting. Really enjoyed our visit.
Staff were inexperienced and not competent. If you’re offering up market food we should not be expected to pass dirty plates down the table to a waiter canteen style. We waited over 10 minutes to get the bill (wrong) and then another 10 to actually pay when we went to the bar on the way out. You’ve addressed the email “Dear Jones” which is just rude. Fish and chips was just swimming in grease, hadn’t been battered enough and allowed the grease to penetrate the flesh. No birthday wishes as promised. No email of menu as promised. Beetroot pear salad and chocolate pave were exquisite. Drinks reasonably priced. Definitely not value for money on the rest of the menu. We won’t be coming back. £300 for 6.
The whole experience for us was appalling before we’d even sat down, sadly my birthday was ruined we waited hour for food to come out even though you were not busy! I had driven 130 miles to visit your restaurant and feel completely let down, by the food the waiting time , the waiter that constantly made mistakes and misinformed us on everything we asked of him, was even asked asked 3 times by different members of staff if we’d like to place our order!!! WE HAD nearly an hour ago!!!??? As a manager you seemed to take no responsibility and proceeded to blame the kitchen I was very tired of it all then eventually you asked us if we’d like a drink in my opinion it was disgraceful we didn’t bother staying for dessert or coffee just wanted to leave ASAP being in the restaurant business myself i couldn’t imagine putting any customer through this let alone on such a special accasion the cost of the wasn’t very much roughly around £55 and to be honest i feel we shouldn’t of paid none of it was cooked as we requested ! It’s left me feeling let down out of pocket and extremely dissatisfied. I’m very sad to have have to write such negative feedback but do hope the communication between bar, kitchen and floor staff improves for you in the future as it could of been something very very special to me , regards Natasha.
Once again I have to say thankyou for a very enjoyable time and an excellent meal.
A lovely warm welcome, wonderful talk through of the specials and meat choices, we are already planning our return trip 👍👏🏻
Very high quality food enjoyed by all of our group. Staff were friendly and helpful especially with the vegetarian guest.
First visit. Food was excellent and all of the staff were friendly and attentive. great value. Will definitely be returning soon
I would recommend with some caution due to a few small points to do with both the service and the food.
Lovely Mela with a lovely view as ever.
Wonderful service from every member of staff who we met.
Another great meal at the H & A, never disappointing, always delicious.
Excellent food, some of the best in the area.
Always Ist class service, food is excellent, being a Coeliac the menu is always adapted. A very enjoyable Christmas lunch. Highly recommended.
Fantastic evening,dont think i have ever tasted better steak
Great food and service though always seems really expensive.
We had a pretty poor wait on service. We arrived at 1pm and seated promptly but menus didn’t arrive until we had asked about 30 minutes later. We then didn’t get our starters for an hour which was disappointing as half the party were not having them so by the time mains came 2 hours after we had seated there were some hungry campers! Food was outstanding as always but the service let things down sadly.
The food was good but not to the usual standard we are used to at the hope and anchor, the restaurant wasnt decorated for Christmas at all and the garlands on the window sill didn't get lit so overall it didn't feel very festive given that it was christmas day, no Christmas crackers and after 2 courses they brought out xmas crowns. The staff were very good but extremely busy, and the restaurant was so hot it was unpleasant bordering on making us feel quite ill. It wasnt worth the money we spent and I wouldn't go again on christmas day.
Lacking in Christmas atmosphere
We arrived for Christmas lunch a little apprehensive as we'd been with family members the week before and the service was shocking and my meal was inedible! Our fears were unfounded and Benoit looked after us really well, as did the other staff and we thoroughly enjoyed our Christmas lunch dining experience. The food was amazing in both quality and being hot. We couldn't fault any of it and left the restaurant feeling absolutely stuffed!! Thanks to all involved.
Excellent food and service
Lovely room - we stayed in Pebbly Beach lovely views of the Bridge and the River.
I ordered the Rump steak, firstly it arrived not very warm when I started to cut into it there appeared to be a large area of sinew I eventually got through it and tried to eat it, big mistake - it wasn't possible, I had the embarrassment of having to remove the partially eaten mouthful. I would say that half of the steak was the same - when you are paying £28.00 you really should not have that experience. The waiter tried to explain that sometimes this happens if the animal is stressed when being killed, sorry this should not have been served. Yes I was given a free pudding but the experience has left me feeling that I never want to try it again
I've done a Trip Advisor post which explains in more detail. Food and service was great but because of a raucous Christmas party just a few feet from our table, we asked to be moved, and the bar was the only available place. I accept that I should accept the place will be noisier than usual at Christmas, but we couldn't hear ourselves speak across the table. Under those circumstances, what would you have us do? I wanted to dine in the restaurant, to have a pleasant Christmas meal, not under the bright lights of the bar. The pheasant was absolutely delicious, by the way.