“There’s no way we could match Blacklock, so we’re sticking with Sunday steaks. Sunday Menu Wine List Drinks Menu Daily Menu Puddings Menu. What a difference a year and a half makes: Blacklock is now a Soho Sunday institution, with 300-plus sitting down to a proper roast dinner each week. “Nothing beats your mum’s Sunday dinner, so we aim to be the next best thing.” Ker is ex-Hawksmoor, so it almost goes without saying that this is a slick operation. Reserve a table at Blacklock Soho, London on Tripadvisor: See 1,668 unbiased reviews of Blacklock Soho, rated 4.5 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #156 of 22,868 restaurants in London. Butcher Price Mondays: Big chops at butcher's prices. “To be honest, when we started in spring 2015, we never intended to open on Sundays,” he admits. The Sunday menu is gratifyingly to the point, and served family-style: just a couple of starters (bone marrow on sourdough, maybe, or roast scallops), followed by a choice of roast … Blacklock Soho is the original Blacklock restaurant, serving a carnivorous menu and London's best Sunday roast in the heart of the city, a must-do experience. Vodka, Beef Jus, Tomato, Blacklock spices. Gin, Marmalade & Grapefruit Bitters. Wed, 7/22. “We’re a small team, and Soho is dead on a Sunday.”. 24 Great Windmill Street | Soho, London W1D 7LG, England (Soho) +44 20 3441 6996. Even competitors are in awe of the food voted Best Sunday Lunch by OFM readers, Last modified on Tue 9 Jul 2019 10.34 BST, Gordon Ker feels a bit guilty about Blacklock’s OFM gong, and no wonder. Sunday Roast - Blacklock Soho. We cook chops simply over our real charcoal grill with a little help from vintage Blacklock irons and serve it all up alongside cocktails for a fiver and wine on tap in our atmospheric subterranean chop mecca. It couldn’t have gone down better if we’d planned it that way.”, Blacklock, 24 Great Windmill St, London W1. The Sunday menu is gratifyingly to the point, and served family-style: just a couple of starters (bone marrow on sourdough, maybe, or roast scallops), followed by a choice of roast beef, pork or lamb (or a daunting plateful of all three), with all the traditional roast spud, carrot, greens, Yorkshire and gravy trimmings. “We did a catering gig recently where our sauces were accidentally poured down the drain, so we called up the restaurant, had a batch of gravy sent over, and served it with Yorkshires. 2. Reserve a Table. It’s also one of the best Sunday deals in town: that vast mixed platter with sides is £20 all-in. Blacklock – What We Ordered. Europe ; United Kingdom (UK) England ; London ; London Restaurants ; Blacklock Soho; Search “Sunday Roast” Review of Blacklock Soho. 20:00. “Our gravy is off the scale,” he laughs. Blacklock Sundays: Roasts almost as good as your Mum's . If you had a big Saturday or need a little booster to kickstart your Sunday. “We do cocktails from a fiver, we use top-quality meat at a middle-end price point [all Blacklock’s carcasses come from one of the godfathers of British butchery, Philip Warren in north Cornwall], and extra sides are £4 a pop.”, It’s enough to make competitors weep. Dave Strauss, operations manager for the group that runs Goodman and Burger & Lobster, says they trialled a Sunday roast at Zelman Meats earlier this year, only to jack it in after a month or so. I did debate about ordering the Burrata on Toast (£6) but decided to save myself for the main event.. Came to Blacklock specifically for their Sunday roast. Had the All In for 2 which had Yorkshire pudding, roasted veggies, duck fat potatoes, pork crackling and gravy in addition to the lamb, pork and beef. “The dream was to do a roast like you get at home,” says Ker, 31. Breakfast Martini. Find a table. Blacklock Soho . What’s the point in even trying to compete? Beefy Mary. Improve this listing. Cocktails were good and they had a selection of drinks where some of the proceeds would go to a local charity. Website. “It’s all about value,” Ker says. The first thing I noticed on the menu was Pig’s Head on Toast (£6) offered as a starter which is apparently one of Blacklock “favourites” but admittedly, I’m not adventurous enough to choose this dish.