The Marais Hall, the oldest pub on Alderney, has an enviable reputation for good food that has been built over many years and is a popular venue for meals with locals and visitors alike.
The varied menu offers traditional homemade meals and old favourites such as succulent steaks, lasagne and local seafood, including freshly caught crab and lobster, all of which can be served in the restaurant or bar area.
The Marais Hall also has a great selection of lagers, beers, cask ales and spirits.
Every Friday there is a 'Meat Draw' when you have the chance win a cut of meat!
Food is served:
Daily, except Wednesdays and Sundays, 5.30pm-8pm (Takeaway also available)
Breakfast & Lunch: Saturday and Sundays only, 10am-2ish
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