Fox & Anchor
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St John’s Gate
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115 Charterhouse St · interesting places nearby
Fox & Anchor information
Behind the Fox & Anchor's wonderful art nouveau facade is a traditional Victorian pub that has retained its three beautiful snugs at the back of the bar. Fully celebrating its proximity to Smithfield Market, food here is gloriously meaty – only the most voracious of carnivores should opt for the City Boy Breakfast (£17).