We are building a review based website. We were currently building internal links to improve our SEO. From the information available on moz, it is mentioned that having the same anchor text from various pages can lead to google penalizing your website. This is what I read " If too many of a site's inbound links contain the exact same anchor text, it can start to appear suspicious, and is often a sign that the links weren’t acquired naturally."
In our case multiple listings will be tagged under the same category. For example Listing 1 and Listing 2 are both Lounge Bars. On both these pages in the 'Tagged Under'(lower down the page) section, there is a link to the list of lounge bars which uses the anchor text 'Lounge Bars Dubai'. There might be 30 other Lounge bars in the same city, so it is possible that our website might have 30 internal links to the same page with the same anchor text. Is the currently internal linking structure of ours going to be considered a bad practice. If so, what can be the alternative keyword to have the internal link to the list of Lounge bars. Any other inputs will are welcome. Thanks in advance.