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We offer a range of menus for all day dining. Join us for breakfast, lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch - all complemented by an extensive international wine list. Plan your next Coast experience with the menus below.
Our extensive restaurant menus feature an array of dishes, including mouthwatering starters, an eclectic mix of vegetarian, meat and Manx seafood and a classical range of desserts and local cheese. Should you require any specialist dietary requirements, please let us know in advance so we can assist and prepare accordingly by calling 01624 698888.
The restaurant is open early for breakfast daily, featuring a range of delicious continental buffet, cereals, breads, Davidoff Coffee, a fine selection of Teas as well as traditional cooked breakfasts to ensure you receive the best start to your day.
Join us every Sunday from 12pm for a classic roast with bottomless Champagne, Bloody Marys or soft drinks. Children’s menu also available.
Choose from a selection of locally sourced produce from our à la carte menu, beautifully prepared and complimented with a selection of home-made breads and light desserts. Alternatively, from Monday to Friday try our special table d'hôte menu which changes daily, offering a starter and a main course for just £10pp.
Discover a rich history of taste, texture and craft cultivated a world away and available to you in the glittering, sea view surroundings of the executive lounge with our traditional and new savoury afternoon tea menus.
Take your pick from the finest locally sourced meat and fish, indulge in a superb selection of home-made puddings and compliment your meal with a premium coffee from the Davidoff range.
Join us for an innovative series of fine dining and live jazz evenings, beginning in April 2016.
Our superb wine list has been sourced from a number of international merchants to offer a truly cosmopolitan selection.
Enjoy a range of fine cocktails from our specialist menu, crafted in collaboration with the award winning Shoreditch institution, the Hoxton Pony.