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As well as the family meal to prepare, there’s also the works Christmas doo to organise and drinks with friends to sort out.
So, unless you fancy plucking up the courage we’d suggest you book a Xmas lunch in Brighton with one of these beauties and save yourselves the hassle. And look out for our Xmas and New Year hotel breaks if you want to make a holiday of it!
We’ve looked around at what’s on offer this Xmas in Brighton, and here’s a selection of deals and dishes of delight.
Should be a nice mix of price and palate here – and plenty of vege dishes, too!
Use the links to the restaurants to find out more detail, availability etc.
There’s a menu for £17.95 and a Buffet for £12.00pp
Includes starter, main and desert. There’s a tasty looking vege option as well as turkey breast or venison and game pie. And the pub recently won the Crabbie’s Pub Tour Competition.
Christmas Party menu for £25 and Seasonal Sizzler from £28.95
Multi-award winning vege and vegan fayre. South Lanes location with main course choices that include ‘mistle potato rosti’ and ‘Jerusalem artichoke’ – Jesus!
Christmas Day Menu £45
Traditional fireside feast with a Sussex Downs view. Expect choice of all the beasts of the forests: pork belly, roasted turkey or salmon fillet should filla your belly.
From £14.95 to £24.50
Saltimbocca of turkey breast (whatever that is) mushroom leak and truffle tartlet of dill, infused salmon fillet and homemade ice cream and a very reasonable price. Much munch and very special location.
From £9.95 to £21.95
No need to book ahead, just roll up and they’ll sort you out! Salmon, chicken, turkey and some steak for a small charge – atmosphere comes free!Share on Facebook
For food fans there’s nothing better: a whole month of food-related events. Yes, it’s the Brighton and Hove Food and Drink Festival! And it’s on for all of the weekends in Brighton this September.
And if you thought it was just about filling your boots and filling your bellies, you’d be wrong: there’s also cheese rolling…
Other highlights include a session with Antonio Carluccio as he serves up some of his favourite dishes of the last 50 years.
And for those of you who just can’t have a night out without a cocktail, there’s the finals of the ‘Mix Off Cocktail Competition.’
So expect stalls and delights aplenty as once again the city gets its gastro on. Weekends in Brighton have never looked so tasty – there’s always great food and drink in Brighton, so all we need is the weather, and if the current spate of sunshine is anything to go by, we’ll be tucking into those cocktails for a few weeks yet!
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