Royal Albert Hotel is the typical image of the good old Australian pub: a corner establishment in an otherwise quiet neighbourhood, complete with its original old charm decor with the additional olden-days train station furnishings to make the pub a little more alive.
The seating areas are quite limited and not very spacious (and I would recommend making a reservation if you are thinking of visiting this place as a large group).
The pub sells burgers, hot dogs, and a few Asian varieties such as dumplings (as they also have a separate Asian restaurant at the back).
Their most well-known food item is the Royale with cheeseburger served with crinkle cut fries. I tried this burger and absolutely loved it: very juicy and fresh. The serving size was quite large too. To make things even better, they have a self-serve condiments area filled with plenty of sauces: wasabi mayo, Coney Island mustard, amongst other things.