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 Sunday spreads. From cosy Jewellery Quarter bars fronting classic plates and craft ales, to Birmingham'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.

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 in Birmingham. 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.

The Fighting Cocks

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Serving up one stunner of a Sunday roast every week, The Fighting Cocks is a Moseley mainstay that offers an atmosphere as good as its food. Head down for a hearty offering of meat or veggie options with all the trimmings and enjoy a tasty pint or a glass of great wine alongside.

The Plough

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Tuck into the hearty delights of a Sunday roast at The Plough every week, with homemade gravy and some of the chunkiest roast potatoes in town. This cosy pub promises portions that will leave you hard-pushed to want seconds, and an excellent selection of wines and craft beers to wash it all down with.

The High Field

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From its homely décor to its pretty garden terraces, The High Field is a beloved Birmingham haunt that cooks up a mean roast. Making sure you don't hungry come Sunday afternoon, their signature spreads include beef rump, pork leg and a rotating line-up of veggie specials.

The Sun On The Hill

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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.