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
- Outside Seating Area
- 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.
We booked a table for 10 for a business lunch and were asked to order in advance. This meant that the food was delivered to our table shortly after arrival and everything ran very smoothly. The quality of the food was excellent and the service was very good, we did not have to wait for anything. Overall a very good experience.
This was our second visit me & the wife it very much. Food was delicious and excellent service especially from one bar staff member who was very knowledgeable on Gin . I very really enjoyed the Humber Gin.
Food was very good, leave the drinks menu on the table please, very slow between courses 30 mins.
Last minute impulse. Worked out. Met / exceeded all expectations
The first visit here and was not disappointed. We make a point in going out for dinner somewhere new every month with my sister and her husband and so far this is the top of our list a definite revisit.
The team were so lovely and had even given us an anniversary card. They were so kind and helpful which made for a relaxed atmosphere. We always love going to the Hope and Anchor x x
Fantastic Birthday celebration
Excellent meal reflecting produce of the season, beautifully presented and served by a competent staff team
Amazing food and amazing staff, doesn’t get any better than this,
Wonderful burger and great fish and chips. All the triple cooked chips were second to none! Will be coming back. Really enjoyed the views from the bay window as well.
Having been several times before I felt the food was not up to previous visits quality and standard, plus all prices have increased significantly.
Amazing food and service, waitresses were amazing with my little nephews, making them laugh and so patient with them! Highly recommend you!
We were well looked after and made very welcome but one side dish we'd ordered was forgotten and the vegetarian meal said it came with a walnut gratin - it had a few walnuts sprinkled on top but they weren't crumbled or with melted cheese or served in any way that would have led me to describe them as a gratin. Overselling things disappoints, if I'd been told 'with walnuts' the dish would have still sounded nice but would have been as I was expecting, or maybe I would have chosen something different because it was a close fight between the cassoulet and the pierogi and the description would have helped me to make my mind up.
Salmon and burger delicious. Cocktail very well made too Lovely relaxed atmosphere.
Top quality as usual.
The food was outstanding and the service excellent. We have been several times and it has always been fabulous To have such a great pub in our area is lovely, complements to the chef and the waiting staff x
Our first visit and will certainly be back. Excellent all round.
Once again we had a very good time with you. The welcome, the service, the food, interaction with the staff and the farewell, all were top-notch. Very happy.
On the whole and enjoyable visit
Always a pleasurable experience, very laid back atmosphere with efficient service from folks who seem interested in their work and a great menu. My only niggle would be to take the drinks order and serve it before coming over for the food order. We were asked for our food order but nobody had asked for our drink requirements apart from water for the table. Still lovely though.
A warm welcome from the staffs home are knowledgeable about the menu. Delicious food which is well presented.
The food was amazing and well worth subsequent visits in the very near future
On arriving at Hope and Anchor I explained I had a booking but we had arrived early to enjoy some drinks. Reservation was 8.30pm and we arrived at 7.30pm. We sat in the snug and ordered drinks which were brought through to us. While we were waiting a waiter came through to ask how many we had booked for. I explained it was 6 and it was done through Facebook. It was explained the booking had been put through on the system for 2 instead of 6 and they were very busy so they were trying to sort something. At 8.20 we ordered some more drinks and the manager was not any nearer to finding a table. It was explained that they were waiting for a couple to finish their meal(which had only just been served to them) in the bar area then they would ask another couple to move to find us space. We asked what if the couple wanted pudding as this would mean they wouldn't be moving. By this time it was near our booking time and it was clear there wasn't a space for us. After making a request for some nibbles we were brought some olives, bread and crisps. We were 40 minutes late been seated, which was in the bar area. ( The couple who were expected to finish were still sat eating - pudding.) The waiter was very helpful and courteous but I need not feel the manager on the evening was as apologetic. We were given complimentary drinks, however I'm unsure of this would have happened of we hadn't requested it? This was a 30th birthday celebration and it was disappointing to be let down. The food was excellent quality and couldn't be faulted!
When booking our table a week before I asked if Jacket potato soup was on the menu, The young lady said not but would ask the Chef if he would supply it for us when we came in for Sunday Lunch, He said that was no problem he would do it for our table of 4 and may even put it on the main menu, Great I thought as we had friends visiting from Scotland who we were treating to Lunch and wanted them to try it, When we arrived and I checked the soup was on she said not, I explained the conversation I had with the Chef via the young lady on the telephone, she went to check with the Chef who said he had only been asked for Jacket potatoes., Ah well we live and learn, We were shown to our table and after a while the menus were brought to us, We ordered our food and waited about 20 minuets for the starters which were quite nice, All of us had ordered the Sunday lunch, after a further 35 minuets wait we were given or Roast lunch, The Yorkshire puddings were cold and the meat bearly hot, I mentioned this to the waitress who tooke them away and brought them back after a couple of minuets, The Yorkshire pudding were a little warm and the meat was the same,After waiting so long for the food ( The waiter kept looking at our table and went to enquire about it twice). We did expect it to be hot at least, Very disappointing especially as we had taken friends and for the price you charge it should be Excellent. Very disappointed indeed.
The sample menu gives five starters and eight mains whereas we were offered far less choice. Can appreciate why menu is limited as the food is all cooked fresh but would have liked a slightly greater selection to choose from. Having said that the quality of the food was excellent.