When ordering a minimum of two courses per person, including mains, from the a la carte menu.
Terms and Conditions: Maximum of 8 diners. Includes VAT, excludes service.
Valid For: 1 - 6 people
Starts: 9 January 2018
Ends: 8 March 2018
Availability: Mon-Fri 12:00-15:00 18:00-22:00
Sat 12:00-16:00 18:00-22:00
Fantastic food and wonderful atmosphere as always.
I have eaten here twice, I love the pub and the ambient feel. I love to take my jack Russell along as they are dog friendly, always make you feel welcome, the food is usually satisfactory, however on this occasion the Sunday roast was warm, the roast potatoes were hot on the outside but not cooked fully on the inside, I asked for more gravy as we only had a smidge on the plate, the Yorkshire puddings were burnt and dry as cardboard.. the sticky toffee pudding was heavenly. I can only put this poor main course down to the fact that we booked our table for 19.45 and perhaps being later on a sunday the roast gets a bit tired .. not sure ! but it's a shame as I took a dear friend from abroad and raved about it but felt rather embarrassed that this was our experience. Sorry Albion
The 28-day aged sirloin which I asked to be "very rare" was more medium than medium-rare. It was tasty and the potatoes were excellent, but overall I don't think I will return (it is just around the corner from my home) anytime soon. There are better steaks for less in the neighbourhood, and wine lists that have more choice in the affordable range I tend to go for.
Great food and great service. The only small downside is that the music was a bit too loud so it was hard to hear across the table.
Quiet Friday lunch so didn’t need to book a table. Burgers, with and without cheese, were great as were the triple cooked chips. White wine could have been colder but on the whole a very nice, relaxed lunch.
We had a lovely evening at The Albion. The food was absolutely delicious - very generous helpings - but more importantly the staff made a great fuss of our dog and gave her a couple of treats. We will be back!
The pub was so busy that the staff barely looked at you. Food arrived quickly but was not hot enough and at £18 for a Sunday roast I was not that impressed. Dessert was good but had to ask for the complete order as it was not all brought up together. Wine list far too expensive for a pub - £40 for a bottle of Malbec! Would not go back - overpriced and overrated.
Wanted to try it for ages.
Food was lovely. Service spot on.
We really enjoyed it.
Downside very little space to sit on a Sunday until we were seated. Bar area is overflow for dining and so you can't sit with a drink.
It was very pricey so an ocassional treat.
Amazing Bloody Mary!
Lovely Sunday lunch, excellent food and service with a lovely atmosphere in the pub.
A wonderful cosy neighbourhood pub with excellent food and impeccable, and friendly service. I would go there every week if I could.
Pretty good Sunday lunch although expensive. Supervisor on duty incredibly inconsiderate and kicked us off the table (1h45m after booking) whilst my wife was feeding our 3 week old. Made to feel quite unwelcome when we asked if there was another area of the pub we could use. Terrible attitude towards a new mum and essentially pushed us out of the door. Focus is clearly on turnover rather than the customer. I did complain directly to the member of staff in question who showed little compassion. I have since received a call from management which was appreciated. That said it shouldn’t have happened.
The most expensive children’s menu I have come across, penne pasta, tomato sauce and a scoop of ice cream for £9. Ginger beer at £4. So not good for children or mums. Sunday roast looked good but was cold. Lovely staff and ambiance. Expensive for what it is.
Great food, we both had fish and and bottle of white and it was great. Not the usual pub food, very tasty so a nice surprise.
I love the Albion and always try to have a drink or meal there. Food, attention, atmosphere are warm and excellent. Outdoor patio is wonderful in the summer but the coziness indoors is perfect in all seasons. Management takes a personal interest and that makes a difference too.
Enjoyed a Sunday roast with friends on the weekend. The main portion was sizable and good value for money as well as being delicious! However the cauliflower and harissa soup starter was cold which was a shame as it tasted good. Annoyingly we were rushed off our table immediately after our main plates were cleared and not offered desert menu as the table was booked for the next group - the server didn’t push us for our order quickly as she didn’t realise she needed it so soon. We couldn’t have eaten a desert as we were full but the feeling of being rushed so soon after putting down our knives and forks wasn’t great. Overall though, great pub, good food and lovely ambience.