Mr and Mrs Pound eat for just £1 at Milton Keynes pub

To celebrate the arrival of the new 12-sided £1 coin next week the team at the Anchor at Aspley Guise is offering anyone with the surname Pound the chance to dine at the pub for just £1.

Thursday, 23rd March 2017, 3:01 pm
Updated Friday, 24th March 2017, 11:06 am

People with the money-related name will be able to claim a main course and drink of their choice for themselves and a guest for just £1 for either lunch and dinner next Tuesday, (March 28).

This is the day the new £1 coin comes into circulation.

There will also be a free drink of their choice for the first customer to pay at the pub’s bar on March 28 using a new £1 coin, which is replacing the round pound introduced in Britain more than 30 years ago.

In addition to its main menu, The Anchor will also be offering the‘Pound O Clock’ menu next Tuesday evening.

With a selection of exciting dishes which will increase by £1 in price depending on the time they are ordered by the customer from 6pm to 9pm.

So customers ordering food from the ‘Pound O Clock’ menu between 6pm and 6.59pm will enjoy their dishes for £6, between 7pm and 7.59pm for £7 etc.

Dishes on the ‘Pound O’ Clock’ menu include crispy chicken burger, avocado, red pepper mayo and spicy fries; grilled pork chop, black pudding hash and fried egg and sustainable fish pie, gem lettuce and peas.