Local fresh cuisine for everyone

We serve delicious food, as locally sourced as possible. An Italian inspired menu, with all the British classics.

About the name

Before the Cleddau Bridge opened in 1972, the main route of transport between the North and the South of Pembrokeshire, was by ferry between Neyland and Pembroke Dock. “The Alumchine” was one of these ferries.

Alumchine was an 80’s paddle steamer with a crew of 4 and was certified to carry 216 passengers.

We’re keeping this name alive and inviting you to be a part of it.

Steffi and Max


Come and enjoy the Big Matches on our Big Screen!


Enjoy a Coffee Roasted in Pembrokeshire from our local Italians - The Morrillos!


We also do Cocktails on weekends!

What People Like About Us


Great welcome, great place, great food!!

Thank you for a hugely enjoyable evening in a great location, topped by magnificent food and a warm welcome!!

JulianRhian / February 2019 TripAdvisor

Amazing yet again.

Thank you Steff & Max for another great evening. We were with you on Saturday night, what a lovely atmosphere. The food was great and your staff were pleasant and very attentive. We will definitely be seeing you again in the very near future.

dvmehay / February 2019 TripAdvisor

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This boat has just washed up on Neyland beach if anyone knows the owner, please notify them.
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Saw that boat berthed in Neyland Marina last Friday ,,,.

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5 days ago

Amazing news! 🙌⚓ thank you 🌊

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Sandra Powell I shall put that question forward for you :) in the mean time if you do use them, keep a little bottle on you. I'll update you with a response:)

Just s thought What precautions will be taken with regards to Covid19 Lots of people using the pontoons and lots of metal handrails

Well done 👌😊

Excellent news, well done, sense at last, now common sense is needed from all, stay safe everyone don't fall in when walking up the pontoons !!!!!!!

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