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Adulting is a never-ending task to make food the whole fam will eat — Brighton Metro Hotel gives you the night off!

It can be heartbreaking to slave over a hot stove and proudly serve up dinner, only to battle with your kids to eat what’s on their plates. When you need to skip the stress and fuss, just head to Charlie’s Diner at Brighton Metro Hotel.

Picture :: Darren Keane

After a major refurbishment, this iconic hotel is looking the goods. There’s loads of natural light, comfy booths and plenty of space in this family-friendly watering hole that’s been part of Brighton’s tales for over 175 years.


Charlie’s Diner is one of the easiest ways to keep the peace in a house full of fussy eaters. It’s the new way to buffet, with smiling staff ready to dish up your meal and renowned Executive Chef Christian Abbott leading the charge. You can load up your plate with tasty options from all corners of the globe — a little bit of Italy, a dash from Asia, a sprinkle from Japan and some Modern Australian just for fun — it’s a celebration of flavours and everything you love.

It certainly makes life easier when you have kids who want something different from their comrades. And the small fries will beg to go again once they lay eyes on the lolly station and ice cream bar, plus there’s bottomless softies for them, too.


A night off doesn’t have to mean a bill as long as your arm. You know exactly what you’re up for when you walk in and pay per head and you can order drinks from the bar directly from your table using their QR code system. Plus, there are fantastic deals, including Kids Eat Free and Feed The Family options, so jump on the website for details and conditions.

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There’s no need to shoot death stares at your offspring if they get ants in their pants once they finish eating, either. It’s easy to keep them in check with the entertainment room (including video games and toys) and a kids’ cinema — so fill them up, then chill out while you take your time and enjoy every bite.

If à la carte is more your style, you can head into the jazzed-up Sports Bar, and the new beer garden will be ready to roll in time for warmer nights and laid-back catch- ups with friends.

Next time you hear the dreaded “What’s for dinner?” just smile politely and respond “Whatever you like!” — then hotfoot it down to Brighton Metro Hotel.


Em Worthington

Em Worthington

Writer and Content Creator for Adelady, her heart starts racing at the sight of a whiteboard or mere mention of a brainstorm.

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