The question of where to go for Christmas Day lunch is posed to families across the country every year. This year return home to a clean, empty kitchen after a delicious feast and enjoying a relaxing evening opening presents with your loved ones and leave Christmas Day lunch to us.
1. The food is wonderful
Nothing beats homemade traditional Christmas Day lunch with a choice of 3 delectable courses including Grilled Scottish Scallop with Sauté Black Pudding to start, a traditional main of succulent turkey, fresh vegetables from accompanied with duck fat roast potatoes, smothered in homemade roast gravy. Finish with an indulgent Christmas pudding or a heavenly mince pie.
2. Children are welcome
We all fondly remember how magical Christmas was as a child. We eagerly anticipated the arrival of Father Christmas, waking our poor parents up at the crack of dawn to open our presents. Continue the spirit of Christmas and bring your children to Monty’s Inn where your little members of the family can enjoy a very special children’s menu, giving them a chance to return home to play with their new toys with full bellies.
3. Unwind in a great atmosphere
Sit back in cosy country pub surroundings with English furnishings. Dating back to 1888, Monty’s Inn is complete with traditional wooden interior and beautiful Christmas decorations to create that cosy ambience for you to relax in. Dress comfortably, loosen up and the helpful and friendly staff members will ensure you are well looked after.
4. Award-Winning Ringwood Ale
Gentleman, nothing washes down a roast dinner better than a crisp pint of ale. Our homely pub offers 3 different varieties of ales for you to enjoy. Click here to find out which ales we offer.
5. You don’t have to cook!
Finally and significantly, why cook Christmas Day lunch when you can have it cooked to perfection, served for you and most importantly you won’t miss a single moment with your family.
Create great memories with the best company in the world because quite frankly, you deserve to take it easy this Christmas.