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Myself and 3 friends had an evening meal here at the beginning of Feb. Overall the food was very good, we liked the use of local ingredients. The only thing that let the meal down was the sides, lacking in quality and amount, a shame...More
With Chris managing, Joe behind the bar and Ross in the kitchen all is well at the Alhampton Inn. Warm and welcoming with log fires in the winter, a friendly lot of locals,and superb food. Just the place you want to live next door to!
Hurrah the kitchen at the Alhampton is back open and food under chef Ross is great too!
Bias warning - this is my local so I want it to succeed. That over Sunday roast beef is superb and even my teen son who won’t eat...More
Ok it’s my local so I’m biased but just enjoyed
Burger night with friends and all gave it the five star treatment.
Bean burger was great and the steak and cheese was totally fab. But the surprising bit was that the best part of the...More
Proper British traditional pub.
Great food (and the Ally burger is a “must do”)
Down to earth with interesting conversation dominating, not loud music or game machines.
Proper pub, proper village. Make the effort to visit and step back from stress...More
Yes, the fab ally burger is back on the menu at the Alhampton!
Hurrah! 14 year old tucked in and gave it a five star rating. I had the steak and ale pie which was equally yum.
Fab to have the pub kitchen back on...More
Sunday Lunch taken and excellent, despite being short staffed. No puddings but still £36 for two. "Difficulty in getting staff " not surprised the landlord had no interest or agve any help.
Going downhill rapidly at this rate
I visited the Alhampton Inn for dinner with three family members after a recommendation from my neighbours. I booked for 7 pm on Friday May 19th and was pleasantly surprised to find the pub busy in the way village pubs used to be busy -...More