With a huge selection of authentic craft beers and locally sourced real ales on tap, the team at the Old Crown always offer a great time for their guests. But for those days of recuperation and rest, the hearty menu of comfort food and traditional recipes is all you need sometimes to perk up. With a selection of roast meat to choose from and a diverse drinks list to help wash it all down, you'll be back in no time for your next Sunday dinner in Birmingham.
Sunday Roast Pubs in Birmingham
Whether you like lamb, chicken or beef, these pubs in Birmingham have just the Sunday grub you've been pining for. With great deals, great prices and even greater pints of real ale, Sunday roasts in Birmingham are a heralded tradition and treated with the utmost respect (exactly as they should be). If you're partial to belly-filling plates and delicious dishes on a Sunday afternoon, check out our recommendations for the best Sunday roast pubs in Birmingham and get your chops around some of the heartiest grub in the city.
Decorated as a Victorian botanic garden, The Lost & Found in Birmingham City Centre boasts an irresistible food menu, the centre-piece of which is their delectable Sunday roast menu. Offering both roast chicken and beef served alongside seasonal vegetables, roast potatoes and bucket-loads of gravy, guests can wash this culinary treat down with a refreshing, ice-cold cocktail, conjured up by their team of talent mixologists.
The Dark Horse in Birmingham has become known for offering some of the most frivolous nights out in town; regularly calling in DJs and open late into the night, it's become a favourite spot for anyone looking for a laid back evening. But when things are taken off the boil and calm down a bit, their kitchen of chefs are on hand to offer a great selection of hearty Sunday roasts. Accompanied by the usual gang of seasoned potatoes, flavoursome gravy and perfectly cooked vegetables, you'll leave this spot with a belly full of bliss.
Seasonal and oh so special, The Shakespeare Inn boast far flung flavours and classic pub furnishings that make any trip into town a memorable experience. From smoked salmon and ginger-beer glazed pork belly to 21 day matured steak, there's so large a host of dishes that you'll struggle to choice from their diverse menu of stomach-grumbling food.
From Banksy to Nick Walker, the Lord Clifden is covered wall to wall in the finest street art on offer in Britain and so has quickly become a favourite amongst Birmingham's young art lovers. To add even more character to this already trendy spot, a wonderful beer garden offers guests an ideal spot to unwind in the summer sunshine. With eight different roast dishes, all served with roasted potatoes and a mountain of seasonal vegetables, the Clifden Roast is definitely something you'll want to sink your chops into.
Boasting a stylish interior modelled on New York chic and a great sun-trap balcony, if your hangover is calling out for a Sunday Roast, get yourself down to the Button Factory. Offering four different dishes – pork belly, sirloin beef, chicken and vegetarian squash – there's plenty to get the mouth watering. All come with roast potatoes, carrots, spring greens, peas and Yorkshire puddings.
Tuck into the hearty delights of a Sunday roast at The Plough in Birmingham every Sunday from 1pm. Boasting homemade gravy and some of the chunkiest roast potatoes in town, this cosy pub in Birmingham promises a Sunday roast that will leave you hard pushed for seconds thanks to their tasty and bountiful mounds of exquisite food for a reasonable price.
Whilst they may not label them as 'Sunday roasts' per say, Andersons Bar and Grill in the heart of Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter has a meaty menu that is hard to resist come the weekend. From duos of lamb belly and lamb cutlet with all the seasonal trimmings to chicken fricassee, Andersons boast a gastronomical getaway from drab Sunday roasts with premium locally sourced meat and hearty organic veg.
Charming, traditional, perfect; all are acceptable words to describe Birmingham's The Village pub. Quintessentially English, this country pub has bags of character and has loads of traditional knick-knacks and rustic furniture scattered across the venue. Where better to gorge on a Sunday Roast than here? With Beef, Chicken and Lamb all available, The Village additionally boasts an idyllic beer garden, built with those lazy Summer Sunday's in mind.
It would be rude not to sample the all day Sunday roast on offer at The Goose pub in Selly Oak with such a low cost dinner. Whether you choose to tuck in to some juicy roast beef or half a roast chicken, this dinner comes with all the trimmings. You don't have to wait until the weekend for your roast here either. Available all day, every day this traditional pub in Birmingham definitely appreciates this tasty British traditional dish. Head down, grab an ice cold pint and tuck into the best value-for-money Sunday roast in town.
Want a homemade roast dinner without the hassle of making it for yourself? Well thanks to The Sun on the Hill in Birmingham City Centre, this chipper pub has exactly what you need to satisfy that craving. Choose from a meal of either beef, pork or chicken every Sunday afternoon for less than £10 and savour in the delights of this pub's real gravy and ales on tap.
Birmingham's centre of craft beers and ales knows a thing or two about delivering succulent cuts of meat and irresistible side dishes. Based on Waterloo Street, Pure Bar & Kitchen epitomises all things urban. Their industrial-chic interior clashes wonderfully with a menu bursting full of traditional dishes and family favourites. Served alongside slow-roasted potatoes and home-made Yorkshire puddings, their Sunday roast ticks all boxes and can put a smile on even the most cynical face.
If you've built up quite an appetite after a hard Sunday's mooching around Harborne, look no further than The King's Head for your scrumptious Sunday dinner. You can choose from chicken, turkey, ham and beef or a carved trio of meats for those of you who just can't decide! The King's Head is a classic yet modern bar in Birmingham and this is reflected in their Sunday Roast, with garlic and thyme roasties, the choice of Tudor or caramelised onion stuffing and red wine gravy giving their dish a subtle twist.