In 1973 in the seaport area where the fishing boats come every morning filled with delicious fish from the Gulf of Patras and the surrounding areas, Mr. Apostolis Lykoudis and his wife, Mrs. Irene opened a small cafe. The called it 'Anchor.' Apart from preparing coffee it also prepared seafood snacks good for ouzo. The good news are easy to go around the city and quickly if become the favorite spot. Patra called it the "fish-auction" (Ichtioskala). Today the small tavern grew and by 2006 operates in the same place but in a large and comfortable space, facing the sea boasting great views of the old Lighthouse, which dominates the area. The family business has passed into the hands of the younger generation, Gogo and Mina Lykoudi namely. The "Anchor" in the realm of fish-eater, every day serving a rich variety of fresh fish and shellfish. Try anchovies Maridaki, smelt, sardines, savory seafood varieties, hornbeam in vinegar. From the appetizer we stand out "Baked feta cheese with tomato sauce, onion, peppers and shrimp." Salads with fresh vegetables and herbs carefully chosen special is the "boiled-Mixed greens, beets, broccoli, cauliflower, zucchini, potatoes" and the "seasonal grilled vegetables with Balsamic". From fresh fish go for haddock, Kotsomoures, bream, Ligdes, mullet dbo.Restaurants. Try also "Mourlas Bourgeto" from the Ionian Islands, "crayfish steamed with garlic, parsley and Ouzo", "Cuttlefish with haberdashery" and the delicious "Crayfish pasta" and "Kakavia" that Mrs Irene prepares with great care (she always has the final say in the kitchen). After the fish get "Ekmek Kantaif with almonds". The homemade sweets, the halva with homemade toasted almonds and Patra's Tentoura offered at the end will be a perfect ending to your fish feast.