An odd name for a pub located in landlocked Surrey, although at least there is such an item affixed to this 1930s former Charrington pubís exterior. Although effectively a single bar pub by having only one counter providing service, there are also separate dining and snug bar areas. This is a mostly food oriented establishment, with meals available throughout the day from 12-10 (9 Sunday). A bar menu offers sharing platters, pizzas and pasta dishes whereas a separate restaurant area serves more substantial meals with fish being a speciality. The interior of the pub has a contemporary feel with black walls and white paint. The area to the right of the bar has a number of retro drink posters on the wall and elsewhere there are a number of pictures of anchors. The flooring is mostly wooden, broken up by carpet and throughout the pub are tables surrounded by sofas and comfortable seats. The guest beer changes approximately monthly and comes from a list of around 28 beers, mostly from the larger and medium sized independent breweries.