Christmas Lunch in Brighton
Spot of lunch me ol' mucker chucker? The festive season is upon us and ham sandwiches are strewn aside for the sweet taste of seasonal fare. Whether you fancy cramming in the cranberry wares with a group of your office chums or taking a loved one out for a spot of tasty turkey and a mound of veg big enough for its own postcode, Brighton boasts a dapper selection of Christmas lunch destinations to choose from. Check out our recommendations for the best places to grab a spot of Christmas lunch this festive season in Brighton.
Last updated on 14th October 2016
The Tempest Inn is serving a grand old affair for the festive season as they put on a three-course Christmas menu. Yes, there's turkey but you could also have sea bream or cheddar pithivier, roasted squash and stilton soup or seared scallops -sounds like a feast fit for a king!
The North Laine Pub and Brewery is a great spot for a hearty Christmas lunch as the microbrewery serves up heaps of turkey and roasted potatoes along with lashings of craft ale. Head there for a proper pint with your dinner.
The Lion and Lobster are putting on one hell of a Christmas lunch; for £29.95 you get three courses of utter deliciousness. Choose from venison, turkey or duck and port parfait for a sumptuous feast - what a cracker!
When it comes to Christmas lunch in Brighton, Grand Central have got it down. The regal old pub does turkey with all the trimmings for a slap-up meal; if there's a group of you book the drinks package (free bubbly, people).
Traditional trimmings, charming punters and mulled wine on tap; sounds like Brighton Rocks Bar is just the ticket for any top notch Christmas Lunch in Brighton. From a traditional dinner, heaped on mind you, and a sweet serving of Christmas crackers to Christmas cocktails to finish up with, Brighton Rocks Bar retain a quirky edge yet hearty seasonal meal for those with a lunch time hankering.
Hailed as the meat mecca of Brighton, especially for those who like theirs with a bespoke dash of gravy, The Coal Shed in heralded in the city for its meaty wares. At Christmas The Coal Shed comes alive with the sweet scent of seasonal fare. Whether you take to the turkey or have a hankering for beef, The Coal Shed serve up a top notch selection of Christmas lunches for those willing to wipe the slate clean.
Fancy a spot of Christmas fare in an oh so seasonal enviroment? If you're going for a Christmas lunch, it may aswell be in a great pub. Whilst this pub may be known for its sordid historic guests, namely Jack the Ripper, The Cricketers are also known for their pocket friendly grub. A traditional Christmas lunch with all the trimmings, The Cricketers lack all of the pretention but plenty of the yum.
Bet you've never had a festive dough ball before have ya? Well it's time to change that as Hobgoblin's resident pop-up Doughbo cook up a Christmas storm with special Christmasy dough balls. Wash it all down with a pint of their brilliant beer and finish the afternoon playing in the escape room upstairs.