Some Of The Best Sunday Roasts In London
If you live in London or are planning to give that wonderful city a visit, you should definitely try a Sunday roast if it’s not on your list yet. We have put together, a list of seven of the best Sunday roasts in London we know of; and this isn’t a ranked list- we’re not going to tell you what you’ll love to have, and honestly, all of these places serve roasts that are the best in their own ways.
These folks serve entire cuts of hamburger rib, middlewhite pork, and Cornish sheep legs with massive Yorkshires, duck fat meal potatoes, and marrow sauce for only £20. Bloody Mary, Breakfast Martini, and chilly squeezed juices are also available with the delicious meal.
Hawksmoor Air Street
The amazing people at Hawksmoor know just what everyone wants. They cook their meat on charcoal and serve it with duck fat potatoes, bone marrow, and some real nice seafood, in case all of that isn’t enough.
Riding House Café
The Riding House Café serves broil chicken for two, a rib of hamburger, and mixed greens and soups as sides. If you’d like some alcohol with your meal, you can try one of their four negronis.
The name should give you the idea. Roast is based in Britain’s oldest food market, and specializes in traditional Sunday roasts, using the finest seasonal produce. Their menu ranges from some really nice traditional roast beef, to a wide selection of seafood and organic salads.
Rules is London’s oldest restaurant. It’s located in the heart of the beautiful Covent Garden, close to the Royal Opera House, and numerous theatres. Rules has mastered the art of cooking, and serves one of the best roasts in London. The restaurant has an excellent reputation for fine British food and its service.
Bull & Last
Bull & Last serves the best roasts around the area, which includes Shorthorn sirloin beef with fluffy Yorkshire pudding and roast pork with celeriac, roast pears, and black pudding. This place really is worth eating at.
This one’s a historic riverside pub, which lets it’s diners enjoy some magnificent views, its seasonal menu, and food cooked from some high quality produce. The Gun has three private dining rooms, two indoor-snugs, and two remarkable terraces.
These were some of the best Sunday roasts in London known to us, and we know for sure that you’d need to visit these places anytime you’re around- or aren’t.