As has been observed elsewhere, the Hotel Albion's web-site claim that it is 'recognized as a Port Melbourne Landmark’ is surprising. From the outside the Albion has to the town's least interesting looking pub.
#36 in the chart of (supposedly) the best parmas in all of Victoria. However that shouldn't put off the casual drinker as there's also chesterfields and loads of space to prop up the bar.
Railway Club on the other side of the tram tracks, the Albion has a nice outlook over the railway reserve and isn't blighted by TAB facilities.
Beers on tap: Carlton Draught, Pure Blonde, Cascade Light, Fat Yak, Asahi, Stella Artois
Wine range: $6 - $8.50
Parma: $21.90 (half portion also available)
Gastro: Not really
Tradie vs Yuppy: Probably not hardcore enough for your average tradie
Unease in the village
6 days ago