There's a fair bit of history to this riverside pub and kitchen in Hammersmith - it was first licensed back in 1772. Today it's a family-run venue, with its expansive views of the river and Hammersmith Bridge making it a west London draw, especially when sunny days hit.
There's variety to the food menu. Dishes range from mussels, fillets of sea bass and wild mushroom tagliatelle to sausage and mash, steak and Guinness pies, burgers, salad niçoise and smoked salmon carpaccio with soft-boiled quail eggs, goat's cheese, capers and caviar. Sunday roasts are available each week, too.
Each of the bottles on the wine list is available by three different glass sizes. Two bottles of Champagne and a bottle of prosecco also feature.
Licensed in 1722 the Blue Anchor is a unique, traditional, riverside family-run pub offering a warm and sociable atmosphere.
Located by the Thames a short walk from Hammersmith Bridge, The Blue Anchor was first licensed in 1722. It affords a true traditional pub experience. Four real ales are always on tap, alongside a wide range of premium lagers and ciders. We also stock a fine range of old and new world wines.
The food menu is interesting and appetising. Only fresh produce is used and the menu is changed on a regular basis. Besides the a la carte menu there is a light meal menu. If you are after a bit of afternoon sun, drinks and tasty food then the Blue Anchor is the number one destination for a great day or night out!
The upstairs 'River Room' is a popular venue with great views of the river. It's available for private hire, and it has a separate bar and toilet facilities.