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    Anyone have Christmas dinner in a resturant?

    If so, could i be cheeky and ask what the average cost is please per Adult and Child?

    Do you have to order the whole 3 course, or can you go for 2 course or just main course?

    Looking for Christmas day though.

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    erm wasnt xmas day last week?? lol

    erm I'm sorry to inform you but christmas day was a couple of days ago

    £65 adults lovely meal in local restaurant all the trimmings many many courses appertif/starter/sorbet/fish/main courses/sweet/cheese/coffee etc or £25 local indian (although did traditional english food too) one sister did former other sister did latter both were satisfied with choices - we stayed at home!

    Where i work its £90 for an adult, children 12 and under £45 and under 2's free. oO
    Its 3 course plus coffee and mince pies!

    Original Poster

    lol I know, Hubby was just saying we would be looking at about £100-£150 for the 2 adults and 3 small kids to have xmas dinner out next year.
    Couldn't look this year as had my parents with us.
    Thank you though

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    geegee-pinata

    Where i work its £90 for an adult, children 12 and under £45 and under 2 … Where i work its £90 for an adult, children 12 and under £45 and under 2's free. oOIts 3 course plus coffee and mince pies!



    oO I wonder if all my 3 kids could be under 2's!

    beth3735

    oO I wonder if all my 3 kids could be under 2's!



    Its mental, i couldn't believe it when i read the flyers this year!
    My kids would eat perhaps a potato each, one miniscule piece of turkey and a chipolata for £45 each lol!

    Banned

    We paid £450 for four people that included a nights stay and breakfast - that was a couple of days prior to xmas day but the price was the same for the seven days over xmas.

    £49.50 for 5 courses near us and no reduction for children - now booking for next year oO

    I like the idea of going out for xmas day ( save all the hassle at home ) but its the price of the kids that puts us off , as i know they would hardly eat anything ( well deffo not there moneys worth , lol ) and at some of the above prices for kids its a lot of money to waste , oh well maybe when there a bit older eh !!.............mind you i do enjoy being able to eat dinner at whatever time suits and being able to crawl to the sofa and relax afterwards X)

    shopstilldrops

    I like the idea of going out for xmas day ( save all the hassle at home ) … I like the idea of going out for xmas day ( save all the hassle at home ) but its the price of the kids that puts us off , as i know they would hardly eat anything ( well deffo not there moneys worth , lol ) and at some of the above prices for kids its a lot of money to waste , oh well maybe when there a bit older eh !!.............mind you i do enjoy being able to eat dinner at whatever time suits and being able to crawl to the sofa and relax afterwards X)



    trouble is, when they are older (12+) they are no longer classed as children........then it gets really expensive!

    bitseylango

    trouble is, when they are older (12+) they are no longer classed as … trouble is, when they are older (12+) they are no longer classed as children........then it gets really expensive!




    Mmmmmm, never thought of that tbh, ....looks like staying at home forever it is :D.............unless we win the lottery of course X)

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    shopstilldrops

    I like the idea of going out for xmas day ( save all the hassle at home ) … I like the idea of going out for xmas day ( save all the hassle at home ) but its the price of the kids that puts us off , as i know they would hardly eat anything ( well deffo not there moneys worth , lol ) and at some of the above prices for kids its a lot of money to waste , oh well maybe when there a bit older eh !!.............mind you i do enjoy being able to eat dinner at whatever time suits and being able to crawl to the sofa and relax afterwards X)



    Thats what we thought for next year, Just us go for a nice meal, save the hassle of cooking, But also like you its the cost for a child. My then 3 yr old, 6 yr old and 8 yr old are not big eaters at all. The 8yr old hardly eats a thing. Just wanted something different really. Think the expense will stop us though.

    the hotel where i work was closed on christmas day so i cant help you LOL!!!


    New years eve is £60 a head where i am not including booze

    when i worked in hotels Lunch would be anywhere from £45 per child to £95 per adult, 5 courses set menu, this was a 5 star resort, the Hilton do packages from around £35 per child to £65 per adult , i am going back a few years now so it may have gone up in price.
    personally i love staying home for lunch just chilling out after, i hated working Christmas day more so when my son was born.

    I went to a Hungry Horse Pub for Xmas Day.It was £32.99 for adults for a four course meal, also did kids and junior meals but cant remember the price for these. roughly half I think
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