Menu reveals meals and prices to eat at the new £6m Seaburn Inn opening on Monday, June 7
Sunderland’s newest bar and restaurant has revealed what it will offer on the menu, with some traditional favourites and one or two surprises.
The Seaburn Inn, which is also a 40-bed sea front hotel, welcomes guests from Monday, June 7.
Diners in the new venue will have much to lick their lips over at all hours of the day.
Breakfast options include – of course – a full English (£10.95), full vegetarian (£10.95), eggs Benedict (£9.95), porridge (£3.95) and cereal (£2.50).
However, there are more exotic touches to be found elsewhere on the menu. Among the starters are Mediterranean roast king prawns, ham & parsley terrine, as well as soups and salads.
Signature dishes include sea bass fillets (£16.95), katsu chicken curry (£14.95) and 10-hour pork belly (£16.95). A variety of sandwiches are on offer for those who want a lighter meal (£7.95).
The classics have not been forgotten with fish & chips (£15.95), pizzas (£9.95-£12.95) and burgers (£13.95-£14.95) all on the menu too. The children’s menu features bangers & mash, scampi and pizza (£6.95).
If you have any room left, there are eight different dessert options on offer (£3.95-£6.95).
Every Sunday between noon and 4pm roast dinners are available, with a choice of meats or a vegetarian option.
Richard Miller, general manager at the Seaburn Inn, told the Echo: "Our primary focus is as a pub and restaurant, as well as having rooms too. We see the pub and restaurant as being used more by non-hotel residents.”
The 40-bed pub with rooms on the site of the former Pullman Lodge is a key development in the ongoing regeneration of the seafront which will see a number of new openings in the coming months.
The restaurant will open from 8am on Monday for breakfasts through to dinner, with the first guests checking in to enjoy the site’s 24 sea rooms, 18 of which have balconies, and six with Juliet balconies.
A further 16 rooms are at the rear of the site, and all 40 rooms are a mix of double or family, some of which are adjoining.