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Traditional Pub Grub served in friendly village pub. Food is prepared and cooked by landlady, Clare and includes dishes such as sizzling chicken, homemade steak and kidney pudding, homemade pies, steak burgers, nachos and fish goujons. Desserts are all homemade with the board ever changing choices include; seasonal crumble, honeycombe cheesecake, eton mess, chocolate brownie with toffee sauce and summer pudding. Our produce, including meat, veg, fruit and eggs are locally sourced.
All reviews steak and kidney pudding sizzling chicken fish and chips sunday lunch the pub home cooked food excellent food piping hot home made be visiting again nice atmosphere gypsy tart lovely lunch booked a table cooked to perfection landlord campsite
We are holidaying near by n decided to give this local a try, the staff were very pleasant,
Food was excellent , steak n kidney pud, fish pie were fresh, hot and very tasty.
Desserts of gypsy tart n Eton mess sublime.
As part of our annual visit to the local camp site we visited the Alma for our evening meal just a short stroll away. As always the menu provided some good staple choices, and although it was a hot summer's evening I had the steak...and kidney pudding, definitely a wow meal, full of succulent meat served with mash and piping hot vegetables. We enjoyed the lime cheesecake to finish off our meal which was also excellent. The friendly and expedient service rounded off a great eating experience. Thank you.More
We are so lucky to have this pub in our village it’s a favourite place to eat out for us as a family; the staff are so welcoming and the food is so good and the choice on the menu is good with plenty of...options for all. Portion sizes are decent , it’s all freshly hand made, from a 3 course evening dinner to a scrumptious Sunday lunch or light snack there is always something on offer, we can always rely on the Alma from a drink in the beautifully cared for floral beer gardenMore
Date of visit: April 2022
BusyBFaversham, Owner at The Alma, responded to this reviewResponded 21 April 2022
We were staying at the campsite and booked a table a few days before arrival as we would have a dog with us.
We had to eat a little early as tables were booked for later but in the end we were ready for it...The steak burger was really good and was a real fillet. My wife has the sizzling chicken. She said it was really good. It looked and smelled fantastic. Sounded good as well...
Great welcome from the staff and food great. What is there not to like?More
We stayed at the local camp site and thought we would give it a try for lunch. Nothing prepared us for the wonderful meal we had. Started off with a baked Camembert to share, followed by what can only be described as the best steak...and kidney pudding we’d ever had. Portion sizes were also very generous so much so that we couldn’t fit in dinner that night. To add to this, we were able to take our dog with us. Staff were very friendly. A good experience all round and we would highly recommend.More
Date of visit: March 2022
BusyBFaversham, Owner at The Alma, responded to this reviewResponded 30 March 2022
Thank you for taking the time to write this lovely review. We're really pleased you enjoyed you visit with us. Hopefully if you visit the campsite again we'll see you on another occasion.
8 Adults and 4 children (under 6) for Sunday lunch. Menu was perfect for everyone's taste. Steak and Kidney pudding, traditional roast, scampi, veggie and kids options. The meals were all cooked to perfection and served with a smile, along side a local beer or...two. If you've saved room then all the homemade desserts are worth a try. Personal favourite is definitely the gypsy tart. Horrendous for the diet but life is too short not to have this.
On top of it all the prices are so reasonable. Many pub Sunday lunches are getting closer and closer to the £20/£25 per main, but here the price is closer to £10 than £20!!
The owner, Richard, is a wonderful man and treats everyone like a local. All given the same care and attention. Along side his staff, this pub makes pub dining great.
Recommend... again and again.More