This is why we’ve researched and found the best places in Eastbourne to have a juicy steak for Father’s Day! For the perfect spots to spoil dad, read on…

 

  1. The Grand Hotel Eastbourne (www.grandeastbourne.com)

If your dad is after something a little fancy, The Grand Hotel is perfect. Their Father’s Day special is the Sunday roast or afternoon tea, but steak is always an option on the main menu.  Tuck in in the relaxed atmosphere of the Garden Restaurant with accompanying music by the resident Jazz Band. Dad’s bound to feel special.

 

  1. The Tally Ho (www.thetallyho.net)

For all the meat lovers out there, you won’t want to miss a chance at eating here. Not only is the menu expansive to suit every need and taste, but they’re also known for cooking steaks to perfection every time. Each juicy cut is cooked over genuine lump wood charcoal to ensure deliciousness. If you fancy a drink or two before your meal, there’s a lounge available with an open fire to build up your appetite.   

 

Looking for a challenge? The Rodmill includes a range of food challenges and a possibility for dad to get his picture on the wall. There’s also daily specials, kids menus, a large selection from the grill, and an ever changing range of handpull beers, including some local treats. If it’s a nice day, the beer garden is perfect for soaking u the sun while you eat too.

 

Another Father’s Day deal with steak on the menu is the beautiful Beachy Head in Eastbourne. A country pub oozing rural charm and rustic character, the picturesque surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for savouring the hearty pub food. With great views of the Seven Sisters chalk cliffs and brimming with history, it’s no wonder this pub will be popular on Father’s Day.

 

  1. The Channel Restaurant & Wine Bar (www.thechannelrestaurant.co.uk)

The Channel Restaurant & Wine Bar is set in a classic Victorian room, at the West Rocks Hotel, Eastbourne, affording glorious views over the sea. The Wine bar and restaurant offers fresh food and beverages, inspired menus prepared from fish and the famous steak on the stone. Locally sourced food is served with a selection of wines accompanied by a friendly service. Additionally, the tea room offers daily baked cakes, high teas, coffee and beverages for lunch.

 

 

Neil Newstead, FARLA MNAEA MIRPM

 

Chief Executive Officer, Oakfield Estate Agents