Butlers Restaurant serve up splendid European and British food, on South Street in Eastbourne town centre. Open seven days a week, this restaurant takes advantage of local, seasonal ingredients to ensure only the freshest, tastiest and highest-quality dishes. Their modern British food offering is comprised of Sunday roasts, seafood, steaks, burgers, fish and chips, salads. They have loads of gluten free options as well as a special vegan menu, making Butlers Restaurant the ideal location if you’ve got anyone with allergies or specific diets in your group. With steak nights on Thursdays, and live jazz from 7.30pm every Friday we have a feeling you’ll be heading to Butlers Restaurant very, very soon...
We had a fantastic time at butlers, this was the best burger I have ever had. We will definitely be recommending them and be going back there ourselves
My favourite place to eat. Amazing food and attentive staff. I would highly recommend butlers. For romantic dinners and family get togethers. I would recommend booking as they are very popular
Great evening very friendly people and really good food. Looking forward to returning and hopefully will get to see some live music in the future.
Very good service food was excellent I had the fillet steak which was amazing and my colleague had a pizza as she is vegetarian- vegetarian options a bit limited though but overall very good
Overall the food was not bad. There were a couple of things that spoilt the evening though. 2 people ordered rump steak on our table, on was a good size steak, the other was very small. We mentioned this to the waitress who tried to then get a manager, the person who came did not seem like a manager and gave us some excuse that the chef cuts his own steaks from a large joint and so can vary. The correct thing to say would have been, let me replace that for you, it is obviously very different in size. A little later in the evening the owner did visit our table and once told about the issue, did offer us a free bottle of wine. A few of us also had the Lamp Rump, which came with a very tasty caper sauce, it was meant to be served with a aubergine and tomato gateau, but instead came with a mash potato and extra courgettes, but nothing was mentioned. So a few service/kitchen issues to sort out and the restaurant could be improved. I think a little more attention to detail in cleaning some areas would not go a miss as well.
We had the Sunday roast lunch, which was very ample and tasty, with an exceedingly generous supply of well-cooked vegetables and appropriate and freshly prepared sauces (horseradish for the beef, apple for the pork). We enjoyed our glasses of wine and the whole meal, including the drinks, was good value for money. The service was friendly and efficient. There was a pleasant ambience with agreeable decor. We will return ourselves and we have already recommended it to our neighbour.
Really nice place clean good decor the food was exceptional the steak was cooked to perfection the sides were all made in house we could not fault it the service was good as well
This was our first visit and we very much enjoyed the Valentine's night menu. The king prawn starter's, the duck breasts and both deserts were extremely enjoyable. Service and atmosphere were very good. We have recommended the restaurant to friends.
Lovely restaurant newly refurbished. Disappointed was advertised as jass band on Fridays. They no longer do this. Food was lovely. Atmosphere good. Until the owner started moving tables about to fit more people in. Then became very uncomfortable with customers owner and staff squeezing by to get to other tables.
Food was good, though one of our party had the rump steak which she found chewy. Chicken and sirloin good and we liked the taste and presentation of the chips. Not a great deal of choice. Service slow, but waitress very pleasant.