Described by Grey as a "downriver greasy spoon", Sally-Anne's predominantly serves fried fish and chips (with assorted condiments), and a fizzy lemonade of Sally-Anne's own invention. Rupert introduces Laney, Jack, Grey and Clem to the eatery as a place to plan their group assignment for the Academy, in what Grey and Jack hypothesise is an attempt to help the rest of the group feel at ease. It later becomes clear that Sally-Anne's is a familiar haunt for Rupert, and he is close friends with the propietress
The furniture is wooden and described as 'rickety'; the floor is of 'rough wood' and greasy. The overall atmosphere is implied to be cosy if functional, and the eatery is clearly popular as it is crowded and well-known, with a varied clientele (in later books it is referred to as a 'semi-respectable establishment'). In addition to the entrance leading out into Rivertown, there is a back door that leads directly into the kitchen.
Sally-Anne is the tenth generation to own the fish shop, inheriting it from her father. The second floor of the building houses a weaving factory, and the attic forms the apartment Sally-Anne grew up in and still occupies.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Beanstalk chapter 2: The Best Fish and Chips in Town
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Remember the Dust chapter 28: When Sez Met Sally-Anne
| Leagues and Legends|
Beanstalk · Echoes of a Giantkiller · Remember the Dust
|Characters||Jack · Grey · Rupert · Laney · Sally-Anne · Sez|
|Places||Academy · Rivertown · Forest · Desert · Mountains|