I had the beef which was delicious - their gravy is so tasty!!". And is that even possible? Where it is: 50 Middle Road, Harrow on the Hill, HA2 0HL. Sign up to our newsletter for the latest and greatest from your city, Contact Tell us a secret: [email protected]
It has a quiet, backstreet vibe, which is perfect if you're looking for lazy Sunday lunch. Roast chicken lovers can tuck into chicken cooked on the rotisserie - in other words, spit-roasted. It boasts the "neighbourhood's best roasts" and there are some tasty sounding sides served up with the Sunday roasts here. Leg of Welsh lamb comes with cauliflower cheese croquettes and toasted almond kale. There is a choice of turkey, beef, lamb shank, beef rib or a vegetarian option. Children and dogs are welcome and there is a toddler house in the garden. This central London carvery is located in Westminster's Strand Palace Hotel and serves traditional British roasts in an upmarket setting. Not for the faint hearted or those lacking a full appetite. If you have a special occasion to celebrate there is a private cellar dining room too. The nut roast comes with baby potatoes and vegetarian gravy. Can an open marriage work? The Bull and Last has North Essex Shorthorn Roast Sirloin of Beef on the menu, and if that’s not enough of a mouthful to say, it will certainly be enough mouthfuls to eat. Tuck into roast beef, roast chicken or a lovely nut roast served with all the trimmings, including roasted parsnips, goose fat potatoes, Yorkshire pudding, kale, carrots, and gravy. The Beast of Brixton serves the "mother of all roasts" it claims, promising "perfectly pink beef, juicy chicken, homemade Yorkies [and] all the trimmings you could ever want." The 19th century pub is a little bit off the beaten track - in a back street about about a two minute walk from Camden Road Station. Although Blacklock usually specialises in succulent chops, they’re all about roast dinners when it comes to the day of rest. Where it is: 1 Randolph Street, Camden, NW1 0SS. (Featured image: @hubbardandbell) 1. We can’t promise that these roasts will be better than your mums’, and frankly we have no right to compare them, but we can pretty much guarantee that they’ll be at least *almost* as good. They are served from 12.30pm to 5pm and the pub recommends you book. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. This unobtrusive bar under the Hackney Central railway arches has managed to wade into the competitive Sunday lunch market recently. It claims it serves up the best roast dinner in London and the beef and lamb is carved on the trolley in front of you. If you want to splash out, the 1828 oak-panelled dining room could be the place. Vegetarians might have mushroom, cream cheese and red onion Wellington and for vegans there is Mediterranean mixed nut, pepper and aubergine loaf. The whitewashed Chef & Brewer pub perched between the tranquil waterways of the Grand Union Canal and the River Colne in sight of the historic Grade II listed Uxbridge Lock serves up homemade Yorkshire puddings made on site with its roast dinners. We earn a commission for products purchased through some links in this article. Everything is made in-house and ingredients are sourced locally – veg is from Surrey Street Market and meat is from H&M in West Norwood. Sundays are what The Colonal Fawcett does best, so it says, and TripAdvisor reviewers have raved about it over the years. Everyone leaves with a full stomach at this Greenwich pub . Where it is: 2 Northside, Wandsworth Common, SW18 2SS. One TripAdvisor reviewer was pleased to report dogs are allowed inside, except in the conservatory. Roasts are served with a Yorkshire pudding, roast potatoes, creamed leeks and vegetables and lamb and beef is served rare. Skip The Nonsense. We asked a therapist, Our Beauty Director's favourite new mascara is £8, Join us at our first virtual Xmas shopping weekend, The 35 minute pasta recipe we're making tonight, This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. Everything is freshly prepared and cooked on site. Nestled among the back streets, this is a traditional pub serving up traditional Sunday roasts with all the trimmings. In winter, log fires and candlelit tables add to the cosy Sunday atmosphere. A slow cooked lamb shank sounds good. Salty Sunday roasts put Brits' hearts at risk. The meats on offer vary from week to week, so you won't find them listed on the website menus but they all come with roast spuds, vegetables and the Yorkshire puddings, of course. Older sister pub of The Pig & Butcher, quality meat sourcing is the focus here, choose from Aberdeen Angus beef, slow roasted lamb and poussin - slow-cooked to enhance flavour and texture, served with crispy duck fat roast potatoes. If you choose pork, you'll get a nice bit of crackling. The Fox has an Outstanding Achievement Award for being in the Good Beer Guide for ten years and has won the CAMRA (West Middlesex) Pub of the Year six times in that period. If you're vegetarian you might choose a spinach, pumpkin and mushroom wellington. Sarah is the Deputy Editor of Red Online. If you are looking for country pub not far from south London then watch this video for some great suggestions... TripAdvisor reviewers rave about this restaurant in Greenwich. A good Sunday lunch pub should have three things: cosy corners, crispy roast potatoes and an excellent wine list, and luckily, The Harcourt has the hat trick. Borough Market is right near London Bridge Station stoo. It's only a five minute walk from Wandsworth town station, too. London mum and daughter left shivering and scared after they were put in emergency flat with no heating or electricity, It was after they were moved out of a "dirty" bedsit in Finsbury Park where they had to share a bed. The name sells it to us when searching for a great place for a Sunday roast. Its classic British cooking supports and celebrates Britain’s farmers and producers, many of whom are stallholders in the market.