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Launching Our Autumn 2019 Sunday Lunch Menu

After a scorching August bank holiday weekend, you can feel the change in the air. The hedgerows are laden with blackberries, sloes and rosehips. And as summer gives way to autumn, thanks to record-breaking weather earlier in the year, the Sussex countryside will be rich with russet tones, orange hues and delicate golds.

September is also a bumper month for some of our favourite seasonal produce including plums, apples and pears. While brill, a wonderful alternative to turbot, are more prolific in the waters around the stretch of coast where the local day boats fish, so the Sussex season goes on for a lot longer.

Our autumn Sunday lunch menu, launching this weekend, showcases the very best of this local produce. From woodland mushroom soup to slowly roasted shoulder of pork to a delicious beetroot, pear and red onion tarte tartin, all prepared with skill and care by our Head Chef, Luca Mason, and his AA Rosette award winning team.

To start, why not try poached Sussex pear, blue cheese, pecan and watercress salad? You might also enjoy pressed ham hock terrine, served with a spiced beetroot ketchup, pickled beets and sourdough bread. Or mussels steamed in a Thai broth of coconut milk, coriander lemongrass and chilli.

Our autumn main courses feature slowly cooked shoulder of pork served with a Bramley apple and cider sauce; and pan roasted wing of Sussex skate served with a lemon, caper and parsley butter and the last of the season’s new potatoes. While longstanding favourites like aged rump of English beef remain on the menu.

Our desserts make the most of September’s abundance. Chef Luca’s plum and almond tart combines the classic pairing of freshly picked British plums and almonds and is served warm from the oven with Chantilly cream and cinnamon ice cream. Or perhaps we can tempt you with spiced blackberry crème brûlée, accompanied by an apple and cider compote and spiced honey biscuit?

If you don’t have a sweet tooth, we’ve an excellent cheese board, served with our own homemade apricot chutney.

You can preview our new Autumn Sunday Lunch Menu here >

Two courses £22.75

Three courses £28.75

Children’s menu available up to 11 years £9.50

Many of our dishes are gluten free. Others can be customised. Where there is bread within a dish, we can substitute it for gluten free.

If you plan on eating Sunday lunch at Indigo Seafood & Grill, we highly recommend you book in advance of your visit

Simply email reservations@indigorestaurant.info or call 01903 230 451.

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