Sunday Roast Pubs In Birmingham
With gravy season well and truly upon us, it seemed only right that we showcase exactly where you need to head to grab some of the city's best weekend spreads. From cosy Jewellery Quarter bars fronting classic plates and craft ales, to Digbeth's best vegan roast dinners, we've gathered together a long list of munching spots designed to make your mouth water. Read on to find out our favourite pubs in Birmingham for a Sunday roast.
Looking for a suave place to get your pub grub on? Head over to this Edgbaston spot, which just so happens to be serving up one of the best Birmingham Sunday dinners. Their freshly-cooked offerings come slathered with rich gravy, beef dripping potatoes and roasted veg.
Boasting lamb shouder, honey-roasted pork belly and a killer vegan Wellington, The Canal House has scrumptious mains for a roast dinner. Alongside your main, tuck into glazed carrots and fluffy Yorkshire puddings. One of the best Sunday roasts in Birmingham city centre? We think so.
Jungle Bird Tropical Restaurant and Bar rustles up a twist of your classic Sunday roast. Everything is Caribbean-inspired and 100% vegan, including plant-based versions of mutton pie, jerk mac 'n' cheese, fried plantain and so much more. Plus, they play soul, funk and reggae, with an all-day happy hour.
A basement pub brought to you by Nicholson's, Bacchus is a Birmingham name you can trust when it comes to serving up some Sunday favourites. Join for everything from a slow-cooked lamb shank to a nut roast for the vegetarians.
Searching for fabulous watering holes for a quick Sunday roast? We've got you sorted with plenty on offer at The Red Lion. Choose from various mains from roast beef topside to vegan sausage and slow-roasted pork belly. Plus, pair with sides galore including pigs in blankets.
If you're on the hunt for a Sunday roast pub, head along to Digbeth's: The Old Crown. Not only is this top-notch boozer whipping up a mouthwatering weekend feast, touting all the trimmings, but it's also situated in a cosy Grade II listed building, making it perfect for those chilly nights.
Boasting a stylish, New York-inspired interior and a great rooftop terrace, the Button Factory is here to answer your hangover prayers. Offering multiple dishes from beef to butternut squash, there's plenty to get your munching on at this fun bar and restaurant.
One of the most unique pubs in town, the Old Joint Stock is always a great option if you're looking for a slap-up Sunday lunch. Whether you're filling time before a show at their in-house theatre or simply filling up, the menu here fronts high-quality food - and plenty of it.
Offering delicious food and views across the Birmingham canal, this casual dining restaurant is an excellent place to head if you're looking to fill up on a scrumptious Sunday roast. And what better to pair with your meal than a few of their house cocktails?
Located in Jewellery Quarter, The Clifden is a brilliant boozer for those after a good pint. In addition, the venue fronts a bustling beer garden and some of the most scrumptious Sunday roasts - choose from beef, lamb, pork belly and much more.
Widely considered one of the best Sunday roasts in Birmingham, this Bennett's Hill offering is a gut-buster to say the least. Alongside mountains of Yorkshire puds, crispy spuds and proper gravy, you'll find some enticing add-ons, including cauliflower cheese and pigs in blankets.
Home to one of the best Sunday roasts in the West Midlands, this quintessentially British Moseley pub has bags of character and loads of traditional knick-knacks and rustic furniture scattered across the venue. Snuggle down in one of their comfy banquettes and tuck into a mammoth lunch.