Best Pub restaurants nearby. Discover the best Pub food in Seaham. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Pub restaurants near you.. Seaham, formerly Seaham Harbour, is a small town in County Durham, situated 6 miles (9.7 km) south of Sunderland and 13 miles (21 km) east of Durham. It has a small parish church, St Mary the Virgin, with a late 7th century Anglo Saxon nave resembling the church at Escomb in many respects. St Mary the Virgin is one of the 20 oldest surviving churches in the UK. Seaham is currently twinned with the German town of Gerlingen.
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5 based on 97 reviews
Traditional Homemade pub grub Daily specials Function Suite Beer Garden Sunday Carvery Papa's Tapas
We used to regularly have Sunday lunch at Papas Tapas when they were based at The Isis and were disappointed when they closed. Overjoyed to see them now established at The Copt Hill. Still the same first class Sunday lunches (but now a carvery) and warm welcome.Best roast beef dinner ever! Cheers boys, see you again soon.
4 based on 153 reviews
This visit was with a group of lady friends, some hadn't been to the Half Moon for years other not visited at all.All enjoyed choices of dishes, and servings still generous, my only criticism is the steam ginger pud was not of the same quality as previously experienced ( no pieces of stem ginger in it this time- this what makes this pud extra special)
4 based on 160 reviews
At the Ivy House we do things a little differently. For us its all about choice. Yes, we sell Fosters, John Smiths and Smirnoff but we also sell Brooklyn, an eclectic range of cask and craft beers and a diverse choice of spirits. We want you to enjoy a co
Was a regular visitor to The Ivy House in the late 70's and early 80's, so was keen to visit again, for the first time in 36 years. Still a great pub, with a great selection of cask ales and craft beers. Friendly welcome and offered the chance to push an electric button to see if I would get my drink free, half price or full price ! It was the latter, but hey it was a decent pint in a true pub.Happy memoriesGood morning Thank you for your review, we are pleased you enjoyed your trip down memory lane.We hope to welcome you back again soon .....not in another 36 years :-)Kind regards Kelly
4 based on 622 reviews
On the corner of Low Row, just a few paces from Sunderland Empire, Revolution sits with two floors with a full food menu, an open air, dog friendly terrace to sit in the sun and an expansive cocktail menu to boot! Whether it be dining or drinking, Revolut
Visited revolution with my mam and sister for food and cocktails before we went to see a show .. Sophie made our day even better as her waiter service was first class and nothing was a problem also Cameron in the kitchen was really good as we forgot to order the extras with our mains but sophie sorted this and they were out within minutes.. we.ll definitely be back . Thanks Guys for excellent service and lovely cocktails
4 based on 16 reviews
Crikey!! What large portions you have!!We had to share a wicked chesseburger quesadilla as we had seen another patron chomping one.What can I say?Lovely service. Comfortable surroundings and excellent 80s playlist and super tasty food.Another great treat in Seaham. Thank you.
4 based on 301 reviews
Mama Italia visits are always a treat, with great food and a buzzy atmosphere.We visited as part of a group celebration, with all generations present. The menu has a lot of choice, plus a variety of specials.Everyone enjoyed their meal, service is friendly and not rushed.
4 based on 22 reviews
The lounge is a stylish bistro and bar located on seaham seafront. The menu is all home cooked food made fresh to order. Breakfast is served all day, Open late for food Thursday, Friday and Saturday last food order taken is 9pm. (Pre-booking is advised).
After taking some photographs of Tommy I called in for a cuppa. There were some people already in having coffee and hot food, so I had to wait a little while for my tea. The lady took my order from my table and apologised for the wait and again once the tea arrived. She was the only one serving and they were busy. I didn't mind as I wasn't in a rush.The cafe was tidy and clean and had a nice atmosphere. They have extra seating upstairs too with a nice view of the statue and sea.They have a good choice of things to eat but I never ordered anything from the menu today. The couple near me had bacon sandwiches and coffee and it all looked lovely.Since I didn't try the food, I didn't give full marks, but that gives me an excuse to return!Hi, thank you for your feedback, You must come back and try out food, you won't be disappointed, We value all feedback as it helps us aim to improve our services.Thank you Gemma.
4 based on 37 reviews
Having passed it nearly every day since it opened, my wife and I have been meaning to try the Ranch and decided to finally give it a go. Having read mixed reviews we went with an open mind and were certainly not disappointed. We had different burgers and chunky chips and found them to be delicious. It is not a cheap place to eat but it is a lovely treat that is worth the little bit extra. Looking forward to our next visit and it will definitely not take so long this time.
4 based on 67 reviews
Village Pub and Restaurant. Now under new local ownership with significant refurbishment. Now open selling food and drinks including cask ale
Visited here for Sunday lunch. Have been here before and had been disappointed (left a review) but as its close to home we thought weâd give it another try. Our order was taken quickly and we didnât wait long for the food. So far so good. I was nearly finished my meal, when I moved a large carrot and found a long black hair underneath. Me and my partner have fair hair. As you would expect I couldnât eat anymore. When the waitress collected our plates I showed her the hair and she said sheâd mention it to the chef. We sat for a few minutes expecting someone to come over and apologise. After a few minutes we got up and my partner went to the bar to pay the bill. The waitress never mentioned anything so he asked her what the chef had said. She replied that the chef had said they would try hard for it not to happen again! No apology, nothing. Needless to say we definitely wonât be back.Apologies for this late response, but I needed to speak to all those involved.Clearly we have failed (again) and for that I can only apologise. This was a fault on our behalf and we should have offered you a full refund, as well as an apology. I'm disappointed that neither of those things happened.All our kitchen staff wear hear nets and we do ask that our Front Of House staff tie their hair back to prevent this from happening.Once again, please accept my apologies.
4 based on 498 reviews
Seaton Lane Inn is open all day, every day offering laid back dining with delicious, homemade fare, a welcoming bar and comfortable boutique-style en suite accommodation.
I'd driven past this place a few times. We decided to drop by before heading to the cinema.The staff are very attentive, polite and friendly.This place is order at the bar service so do not expect someone to take your order (this isn't a problem for us but I know some people prefer table service) . I had the risotto. It wasn't the most flavourful risotto I've had but it was nice. I did decide on a dessert, the Eton mess was lovely!I'd eat here again. The atmosphere was lovely!
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