We’ve got all the finest festive favourites to make Christmas 2021 one you won’t forget at The Potter's Kiln - and we can’t wait to share it all with you this year.
Not only will you find our famous mouth-watering Rotisserie Chicken but even more of our Harvester favourites all sprinkled with some festive magic to help make your celebrations the best you deserve. We’re confident we’ve got the best Christmas dinner in Lowestoft.
Whether it’s Christmas Day dinner, celebrating with friends, the annual Christmas party or even a well-deserved rest on Boxing Day, we’ve got a range of delicious menus to keep up the festive spirit all season long.
Why not book your table today? Our festive menus are available until 31st December, Christmas Day and Boxing Day not included.
The Potter's Kiln is open over Christmas, and while we’d always recommend booking your table now to avoid disappointment, we do accept walk-ins.
Treat your kids to a real Christmas surprise this year at Harvester. What could be more exciting than breakfast with Santa?! He’s making his way from the North Pole especially and he can’t wait to see them.
Santa is a busy man, so we’ve already secured dates with him on the 4th, 5th, 11th, 12th, 18th, 19th, and 20th-24th of December (inclusive).
Make sure your little ones have a Christmas to remember for only £6.99* per child and then at 9am to 11am, Santa will be waiting for them!
*Priced £7.99 on 24th December.
Check out our selection of menus available across the festive period at Harvester.
A non-refundable deposit may be required for your booking.
In the event of any changes to government guidelines that may affect your booking, your deposit will remain safe. In the unfortunate event that your booking cannot proceed, we will refund your deposit in full, using the original payment method.
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Our Harvester gift experiences are the perfect gift for our biggest fans - Feel good moment and fantastic flavours, what’s not to love?