Sunday Roasts @ The View

Sunday Traditional Roast Lunches at The View

Every Sunday the View transforms to a family restaurant proud to present our popular menu of Sunday Traditional Roast, Vegetarian and Healthy Option Lunches.

Choose from 2-course or 3-course meals… a wide choice of menu… cooked just the way you like it… chef prepared and freshly cooked… using quality local sourced ingredients… complete with homemade gravy… accompanied with fine wines and craft beers… then prepare to be tempted with our delicious chef prepared desserts… (Tip) early book a table by the window to enjoy the wonderful views across Seaford bay as you dine.

Sunday Lunches & Sunday Afternoons at The View

Sunday afternoons at The View are a wonderful experience for couples, friends and all the family.

On the first Sunday of every month, why not follow your Sunday lunch enjoying the cool laid-back sounds of our Splash Point Jazz Club.

Stay after your Sunday lunch and rest, chill and enjoy the lounge, TV, acoustic live music and views from our panoramic windows, patio of terrace overlooking Seaford Bay and wonderful countryside.

Following your lunch you can amble out of the lounge doors on to the pathways along the cliff tops to enjoy the panoramic views… ramble up to the Birling Gap and Seven Sisters… or take the path down to Seaford Beach, Splash Point, Seaford Museum or into Seaford Town for a little shopping.

What our guests think…

“We all came today for Sunday roast and was very very pleased. Highly recommend. Will be back again.” …K. Alger, Eastbourne (April’17)

“Lovely atmosphere, friendly staff and a really tasty Roast dinner, plus good value. Would totally recommend. Thanks to the View staff.” …J. Clements, Seaford (February’17)

“A very good surprise , I don’t usually enjoy Sunday lunch out, they either fill the plate too full to put me off or it is not good !!!! Today however, compliments to Cassie our server and indeed the kitchen staff. Really enjoyed the food and the scenery overlooking Seaford Head toward Newhaven and the open sea.”… S. Thomas (November’16)