With a large and airy dining room, The Alma is a vibrant Wandsworth pub with award-winning gastro pub fare and classic dishes. There is an elegant conservatory and a vibrant open kitchen.<br/><br/>The relaxed pub menu includes popular favourites like pork belly, fresh English scallops and 21-day aged steaks with hand-cut chips. There are cask ales and guest ales, along with a large wine list.
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Venue Details & Map
499 Old York RoadWandsworthLondonSW18 1TF
- +44 (0)20 8870 2537
- Public transport:
- Wandsworth Town, National Railway
This is a nice pub in Wandsworth. Every time I have been there the atmosphere has been good. It has never been completely packed or completely dead. This might be different at other times though. The service is always friendly and quick. The food looks good, but I haven't tried it yet.
This pub's location is almost perfect. It is right across the street from the train station. It's an ideal...more
The alma is my local gastro pub. After work hours and when a game is on it's heaving with people sprawled out on the sidewalk on sunny days. Right outside Wandsworth town station with the Tonsleys nesting behind th pub. They do decent food which my husband raves about their burgers. My cousins stayed in their b&b in the back which is very adorable and classy for being attached to a pub. They...more
This is a traditional pub with a hotel attached. It has a large central bar and comfortable seating around the walls. it serves mainly Youngs beer (quelled surprise!) but they also had Sambrooks which is my preference. The food is a bit pricey but tasty. It is located in a quiet street just opposite the railway station. Overall, I would heartily recommend it.more
I have no idea why they believe that putting peanut butter on a hamburger makes it 'an American burger' but it is an OK pub with fairly good food - typical upscale pub food. The clientele are a bit of the London 'Relly Heppy' set, so if you ignore them and sit in the back the experience will be much better.more
Stayed at this B&B for one night during our short 2 day stay in London.
The Alma Wandsworth is a little bit out of the way, but conveniently located across the street from a train station, which made things easier.
This B&B was unlike any other I have ever stayed in because it was more like a hotel with a free breakfast. It was classy and simple, yet elegantly decorated. There was a...more