Bumps Eating House is in all the guide books as on Braye St, but has recently moved to behind Nellie Gray's, off Victoria St. We stopped off here after a morning's cycling around the island, spotting their (not very obvious) sign as we came in at the top of main street, and deciding to check out what lay up the driveway, as there are limited options on Alderney!
As well as a parking at the top of the ramp, we found a peaceful little oasis through an archway - a well kept walled garden with lawn and flower beds, plenty of outoor seating and another lovely raised outdoor dining area in the far corner - see photo. There was also a reasonable sized indoor dining area with bar.
It was nearing 3pm, so we were concerned we would have missed lunch, but the chef said no problem at all, and we enjoyed a beautiful crab salad each on the terrace, plus very good value Pimms and lemonade (half the price of Braye Beach Hotel). There were another couple of tables occupied with people either dining or drinking, and we gathered from a local that it was a popular choice with Alderney residents for its good food. If we had been staying longer we would have returned for dinner. Definitely worth a visit, even though they're hiding themselves away with minimal publicity!
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