Yes, you might think your Mum makes the best Sunday Roast out there. But we have some tastiest roasts across London that will certainly challenge the humble homemade Sunday Supper!
We have to mention Simpson’s in The Strands. Under the watchful eye of general manager Anne Lomas and with the talent of Master Cook Adrian Martin in the kitchen, they serve an incredible roast. From aged beef gorgeously flavored as well as lamb with mint sauce and the roast beef sandwich makes this restaurant a place to try!
100 Strand, WC2R 0EW
With Chef James Cochran in the kitchen, the 1251 serve a two-step roast at his new-ish Islington restaurant. A great range of dishes of the typical English cuisine, we totally recommend it.
Older sister pub of The Pig & Butcher, with a beautiful view you can enjoy in your Sundays some Aberdeen Angus beef, slow roasted lamb and poussin. Slow-cooking enhances flavours and textures, while crisp duck fat roast potatoes are a guaranteed crowd-pleaser.
You will not be disappointed if you visit this City gastropub. You will find a high quality of sticks and meats: options include whole roast leg of mutton, Longhorn rump and its namesake jugged hare, not technically roast but stewed in its own blood. But also large portions of meat to chow down on are accompanied by creative sides and starters, duck fat roast potatoes and massive, fluffy Yorkshires.
We couldn’t not mention The Harwood Arms could we! This place has arguably paved the path for sensational Sunday roasts across the capital. Not your average gastropub, this Fulham local is the first and only Michelin Starred Pub in London and deservedly so. Generous portions of premium quality meats are what to expect, along with a premium price tag. But we can vouch that it is 100% worth every penny. They focus on game and wild food, putting emphasis on the freshest seasonal produce.
Walham Grove, London SW6 1QP
Hidden on a residential street just off Clapham Common, this gastro pub is known for a well-crafted Mediterranean daily menu, but it is the Sunday Roast that people really talk about! The menu in quant pub offers a great selection for those who are more fragile than fresh on a Sunday. Go for the slow-roasted pork belly with homemade apple sauce or opt for the roast chicken served with a delicious bread sauce. But we think you would be silly to ignore their classic take on roast beef which is served with a Yorkshire pudding to rival all yorkies!
1-3 Lillieshall Rd, London SW4 0LN
Whether you are in the Islington or Chisick gastropub, Smokehouse offers some fantastic twists on the traditional Sunday Roast that really stand out from the crowd. Try the pork ribeye served alongside pulled smoked pork shoulder, or a slow-smoked lamb shoulder. Grab a drink while your here, with a huge selection of craft beers and over 100 Whiskeys to choose from. But be sure to make a reservation, or you will struggle to grab a seat in this place at the weekend!
63–69 Canonbury Rd, Islington, London, N1 2DG
12 Sutton Lane North, Chiswick, London, W4 4LD
This place has one killer Sunday Roast in the heart of Soho! The carnivore in you must order the sharing plate which boasts a whooping feast of beef, lamb, pork and of course, all the trimmings. The ultra-crispy duck fat rosaties are incredible. Think death by potato…not a bad way to go if you ask me! Perhaps not the healthiest of veg options, but the creamy cauliflower cheese is so indulgent, a welcome tasty treat. It is vital that you come to Blacklock hungry, and you won’t be disappointed.
24 Great Windmill St, Soho, London W1D 7LG
Aiden McGee has taken up residency in The Wellington in Fulham and the Sunday Roast on offer is certainly living up to the hype. The roast in The Wellington is rarely not thronged with the South West ‘It’ crowd, craving this essential Sunday hangover cure. The food is sensational with selected gravy’s to match each meat, that are to die for! With the friendliest staff this is the perfect place to chill with mates and after a full feed, enjoy a tipple such as the Bullet Salted Caramel Sour or the party puncheons served up in tea pots, a butter churn and a tiki Wellington boot.
56 Haldane Rd, Fulham, London SW6 7EU