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The Phoenix, Denmark Hill in London

The Phoenix, Denmark Hill

I have visited a number of times for beers over the years, so I was looking forward to reviewing the Sunday lunch at The Phoenix in Denmark Hill, London. The venue is part of Denmark Hill rail station, and they carry a train theme through the pub (with a large clock hanging from the ceiling). They have a great selection of craft beers available, as well as decent priced wine. The Sunday lunch was reasonably priced between £11.75 for Roast Chicken to £13.00 for Roast Beef. The roast was ok, I wasn’t keen on the vegetables, but the desserts were superb. they scored a respectable 3.5 out of 5.

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The Coal Shed, Brighton

The Coal Shed, Brighton

A friend suggested Sunday lunch at The Coal Shed in Brighton after a good experience, so we arranged an away-day to the beach! The venue was just a short walk from Brighton’s sea front, down a quiet road. The restaurant was bright and airy, the staff were very attentive and friendly. The starters were nice, especially the Jacobs Short Ladder. The Sharing Roast Beef was superb, perhaps one of the best we have ever had.

So, if you are looking for a great Sunday lunch in East Sussex, then The Coal Shed will be worth travelling to!

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Bread Street Kitchen, St Pauls, London

Bread Street Kitchen, St Pauls

I was extremely excited to have the chance to eat at Bread Street Kitchen in One New Change, nr St Pauls, London. We visited for Father’s Day, so booked for 3 adults and a baby (JW – who was 16 month-ish at the time). The Sunday lunch was good, especially the crunchy roast potatoes and flavoursome roast chicken. The children’s meat balls were far too expensive, and I felt we were being charged quite a bit for the drinks. Overall, a respectable 3.5/5 for Sunday lunch at Bread Street Kitchen.

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Browns, Bluewater in Dartford, Kent

Browns, Bluewater

Bluewater doesn’t strike many people as the place to go for a Sunday lunch, but with the various shops and then great restaurants, it is actually quite logical. I found out that Browns do offer a Sunday lunch, so gave them a call.

Overall, it was a good solid Sunday roast, with various different vegetables (including cauliflower cheese). My lamb wasn’t the best value, and the potatoes were not very good. Claire really enjoyed her’s though, so have a read about it here.

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The George & Dragon, Chipstead in Sevenoaks

The George & Dragon, Chipstead

e had been recommended the Sunday lunch at The George and Dragon in Chipstead by a number of people so I was excited when I managed to get a table one Sunday. The village of Chipstead was beautiful, and the venue certainly fitted in. The food was superb, fresh and very tasty. A large garden out back and a children’s play area makes it especially suitable to families.

Overall, a top rated Sunday lunch at The George and Dragon in Chipstead.

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Don Giovanni, Bromley in Kent

Don Giovanni, Bromley

I was recommended Don Giovanni by a friend, so we booked up one Sunday for us 3 and my grandparents. It was on a busy road, so parking was a bit difficult, but it was a wonderful Italian Oasis in the middle of Bromley. The staff were very friendly throughout our meal, making sure we had everything we needed. The meal was 3 courses, starters were perhaps a bit too traditional, the main courses were good but the star was definitely the Limoncello ice cream.

A recommended Sunday lunch for Don Giovanni in Bromley.

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