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.
Delicious food, lovely rooms & great service!
Ate here last night. Always a pleasurable experience really hope you will survive these terrible times.
We had a lovely meal here on Saturday. Food was tasty and beautifully prepared. However they were very busy and service was extremely slow. Having said that it wont stop us going back as the food was well worth waiting for.
Food was nice, could do with more fish options on the main courses especially where it is situated on the banks of the river and given its marketing feature. Service was slow and inconsistent - had to ask for menus, drinks took a long time to come, main course was missing however no charge was made for this.
This is the FIRST time we weren’t happy with our main course, we did let the staff know and they said it would be passed back to the chef. Starter and desert were great as always.
Wonderful meal served by lovely happy staff who always have time to talk, which is nice.
Excellent value for money. Bring a big appetite with you.
Was disappointed regarding a fillet steak. Was not aware you had to pre order in advance. My party felt the food was way overpriced to the fact that all extras were £4 per extra and £2 extra for gravy. Will not be going agsin. Sorry
Amazing food lovely staff that went the extra mile to make my birthday extra special highly recommend and will definitely be returning
quality of food very good service top warm welcome rooms comfortable + clean, just in one room toilet was not cleaned up - only littel negative point. can recomment the Hope and Anchor for sure
One of our party had a birthday and would like to thank you all for the personal touches which made it very special.
Excellent as always
Best food for miles around Well worth a visit if you like great food
Excellent experience all round.
Could have seated us at later time as wasn’t busy!
It was fabulous. We have been before and will go there again
we have visited here previously and had an excellent meal, but this time it was not as good. We waited for about 40 minutes for the starter, despite the restaurant being very quiet. We also had to request our wine order three times, it was eventually delivered after we had finished our main course. The food, although good, was not excellent.
Friendly welcome and helpful staff. Excellent food with a good choice of menu and reasonably priced.
A fabulous find, outstanding food with wonderful attentive and professional staff. Rooms spotlessly clean, comfy beds/bedding. Special touches - fresh home baked biscuits and fresh milk for the rooms were appreciated.
Enjoyed the food and the views! I think one of the staff was new and didn't know what the catch of the day was, then gave us incorrect information and then knocked our bottle of water on the floor....not a big issue but maybe more training. Not put us off will definitely go back!
This was not our first stay & dine but we felt the menu this time was quite limited and there were things on our bill when we checked out that were not ours. I.e. Patè, Pheasant...although rectified quickly it should not have happened. The breakfast is certainly not continental it was cereal & toast!......disappointing this time.
We absolutely loved our stay. From the minute we arrived all the staff were very friendly and made us feel welcome. The room we had was delightful and furnished to a high standard. Our meal was excellent in a relaxed atmosphere. We look forward to seeing you again and would highly recommend.
We really enjoyed the valentines menu. The food was lovely and the service was very good even though the restaurant was busy. All the young staff worked very hard and were attentive. The rose was a nice touch. Well done!
Disappointing first visit to H&A. Initial reception sadly lacking as bar staff managed to be busy talking to another customer apologising that there were no tables available and then going on with numerous alternative venues meantime totally ignoring ourselves as new arrivals and two other guests wishing to pay their bills and to leave. Plenty of staff appearing to be busy but by observation quite inefficient. No engagement at bar to make you feel welcomed. Had to ask for menu and then had to ask for wine list. taken through to table ..15mins later than booked, Table waiter was pleasant and the table was as requested by the window looking across the river. The ambience was very comfortable. We had queries with the menu and the waiter provided an explanation on the restaurants approach to their food There was surprisingly no Fillet of beef on the menu and the waiter undertook to enquire on some specific queries relating to an alternative cut. There was no return to the query. The Pork Rib Eye was no longer available so again an alternative chosen. We ordered starters and mains. The Chicken Liver Pate was excellent, really tasty and the bread was lovely. the Mussels were equally good, fresh with a good zesty tang in the sauce and thoroughly enjoyed. The steak "a round" was not good at all ,; small tough and a fair degree of sinew...cold and quite unappetising, mostly uneaten. The Pheasant was also disappointing - dry and tough. The odd thing was that the vegetables were great...shame we're not vegetarians. I had the Leek with romesco sauce a great side full of flavour. Our side salad did not get served. Desserts were a mixed bag; Creme Brule' was a nice dish to finish - well presented and enjoyed. the Sticky Toffee Pudding was not so good and a bit of a let down, too dark and tasted burnt...the ice cream was however very good. We did express our disappointment at our mains and the management offered our deserts as complimentary, whilst the gesture was appreciated it did not really make the experience as enjoyable as expected and perhaps as good as it should have been. It was a dinner to mark a special occasion (a gift from friends for our wedding) but sadly it didn't feel special at all.
Very poor service, very slow with drinks, clearing the table and waiting 20+ minutes to order pudding. Starters were lovely, mains were average and the puddings were not good at all.