A taste bud delight, where East meets West. Sitting within eyes

view of the former Breakspear House, once the home of the

first and only English Pope Nicholas Breakspear, the Breakspear

Arms will for the first time bring a taste of India to its menu.

The Traditional Northern Indian cuisine, which can be savoured

either in the relaxed environment of the newly refurbished

premises or enjoyed at home courtesy of the free local delivery

service (4 mile radius), sits proudly alongside traditional British

favourites including a full carvery and cooked English buffet

breakfast which can be enjoyed in our restaurant. Along with

the array of culinary delights, you can also enjoy fine ales and

delicious wines.

Please take a moment to look at our menus. We are also able

to offer a full catering service at your venue, including cooking

on site. Alternatively give us a call if you would like to hold a

catered function with us here, we would be delighted to hear

from you.

Large events such as office parties, christenings, birthday

parties, festivals, weddings and theme nights in specially

allocated marquees can also be organised on the premises and

at outdoor locations. We also cater for private funeral services

in our function room and offer a special wake menu.

Mohan and The Team look forward to welcoming you to the

NEW Breakspear Arms.

© Breakspear Arms 2024

A Taste Bud Delight Where East Meets West

Breakspear Arms

Euro 2024 is here!!

Germany will host the

tournament, which will take

place from Friday 14 June

to Sunday 14 July and we

will have every single game

for you live on our screens.

What you need to do is

check back every day to

see the up to the minute

schedule and make sure

you book your table and

join us so you don’t miss

any of the action. Enjoy

your day with a refreshing

drink and delicious food

from our new menu. We

are on Just Eat as well as

Uber Eats so ordering from

us is even easier for you.


“Alcohol is good at disinfecting things. It can clean a surface or erase memories” ― Richard L. Ratliff