In London, took the opportunity Sunday before last to 'tick off' the last London pub yet to visit, the furthest out and most southerly.
Ended up having their roast, Gordon Bennet what a mountain of food, fantastic value for £7.95. 4 thick ( an I mean thick ) slices of beef, 2 Yorkshires, mash, 2 roast taters, carrots, beans, sliced beans. Could not eat it all. So much for standard menu.
Dab in soon as the managers are on the move on 2nd May to another London pub - they could not ( would not ) say which. Someone from further out taking over The Anerley.
According to her, Anerley was acquired in 1978, and the first of the Sam's London pubs.
Funnily enough, the Manager of The White Hart in Mansfield told me when they first re-opened it, that Humph had promised him the first London pub to become vacant. Wonder if he'll complain to H as he has been lied to.