“I have a penny in my purse, and my eyes are blue; so ferry me across the water, do, boatman, do.” C. Rossetti.
The Alumchine restaurant at Neyland Yacht Club in Pembrokeshire, takes great pride in serving fresh, locally sourced ingredients, that are expertly prepared with an inspirational Italian flair, along with classic British dishes too. The restaurant takes its name from an 80’s paddle steamer; The Alumchine, and although the ferry is long gone, its name lives on in this delightful way. Superbly positioned on the waters edge, the restaurant makes a sublime spot, to enjoy some fabulous cuisine, and if you’re in the mood: a cocktail or two! Making a great place to watch the Big Matches on Big Screens, the atmosphere is lovely and welcoming, and can also be made available for private functions outside normal opening hours.
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The Alumchine Restaurant, Great Eastern Terrace, Neyland, Milford Haven, UK
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