What is the tradition behind the Sunday lunch?
February 9, 2018
The origin of the Sunday lunch was that it was a large family gathering in the form of a meal following church on a Sunday and this has long been a tradition in many European and Western countries. Perhaps this goes some way to explaining why the British have leaned towards this warm and hearty meal for generations and it’s such a favourite in many households. Furthermore, in these busy times, there are few opportunities to get together as a family unit, but the smell of a roast just lingers in the air and you know you cannot resist. So how can the Chichester Hotel in Wickford, Essex tempt you?
Over the next month the Hotel will be launching a new Sunday lunch menu (including some of the favourites like roast of the day and homemade pie, both served with all of the trimmings associated with those dishes), as well as on selective Sundays, entertainment in the form of a singer: what better way to enjoy a lazy Sunday, with lunch all cooked for you and then listen to some relaxing tunes? Bookings are advisable but at The Chichester Hotel we can always make room for more. Also the Hotel offers competitive prices at just £21.50 for three courses and not forgetting the kiddies at £10.50 for three courses. With these prices you need to ensure there is enough room for the famous Chichester sticky toffee pudding!
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