I had lunch with a girl friend today at The Anchor at Morston. it was her treat for a lesson on the intricasies of Pinterest!
It was busy and buzzy, and we had had the sense to book our favourite table by the window in the bar, so heaved a sigh of relief when we arrived ( late -after wending our way along the mad coast road with all the half term visitors), to see the very welcome `Reserved` sign was still on our table. We decided to go for a starter and a pud ( naughty) ,and we both had the most delicious local asparagus, with smoked hollandaise, a crab beignet ( yummy-love a beignet) and watercress.Very pretty on the plate too.
My friend had the white chocolate torte with raspberry sauce and meringue, and I chose the Anchor creme brulee with honeycomb ice cream.
There were lots of lovely dishes to chose from, on both the printed menu, and from the specials blackboard; including fish soup, tempura courgette flower stuffed with rosary ash goats cheeses and salt baked beetroot, as well as old favourites such as crab salad and golden beer battered fish and chips.
Good , cheerful service and a lovely glass of Gavi.The perfect lunch!