Located in the heart of Southsea and housed in a grade II listed building, The Queens Hotel is an iconic feature of the local landscape and offers uninterrupted views of Southsea Common and the Solent, all the way over to the Isle of Wight.

Enjoy breakfast and Sunday lunch in Restaurant 1865, or in the relaxing Dukes Bar. With their high ceilings and huge south facing windows, these dining areas are light and airy and boast views over the hotel’s garden and beyond. In warmer weather, you can also find a spot on the verandah or take a seat in the newly designed private garden. 

Start your day with breakfast overlooking unmissable views, from the huge south facing windows. The Full English includes streaky bacon, black pudding, Buckwell's sausage, baked beans, fried eggs, hash brown, mushroom, tomato and toast! Or choose from a menu of other classic breakfast dishes including Smashed Avocado, Eggs Benedict or Blueberry French Toast. All breakfast dishes are served with an unlimited choice of juices, tea, filter coffee, and continental buffet with a selection of fruit, cereals, yoghurt, bread and muffins.

Sunday roasts include Sirloin of British Beef, Dingley Dell Pork Belly and Creedy Carver Chicken Breast all served with garlic & tyme duck fat roasted potatoes, Yorkshire pudding, roasted carrots & parsnips, carrot & swede puree, red cabbage, kale, cauliflower cheese and gravy. 

Mushroom & Cashew Nut Roast is served with garlic & tyme roasted potatoes, roasted carrots & parsnips, braised red cabbage and cauliflower cheese. 

Gluten-free, vegan and other dietary requirements can be catered for with advance notice.

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7am - 10am (Mon-Fri), 8am - 10:30am (Sat-Sun) 

Sunday Lunch

12pm to 5.30pm every Sunday (last bookable slot is 3pm, but you can have the table until 5.30pm)

  • Gluten Free
  • Dog Friendly
  • Outdoor Seating
  • Nut Free Options
  • Breakfast
  • Sunday Lunch
  • Groups
  • Private Dining
  • Vegetarian Options
  • Vegan options
  • Children Allowed
  • Online Booking
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