Sunday Roast In Dublin
It's not a Sunday without a big dinner, and if you can't get home for your roast, then there's more than a few Dublin pubs and restaurants rising to the challenge. From traditional meat, spuds and batter pudding, to upmarket takes on the classic carvery and a few delicious substitutions for the real deal, we've rounded up the best places in Dublin for a Sunday roast.
Not a fan of a regular Sunday roast? How about a fancy vegan one? Sova Vegan Butcher offers their very own take own take on your Sunday carvery with their herbs Chiken and rosemary gravy that comes with plenty of trimmings incluing sweet potato mash, asparagus and baby kale.
This London export has brought handcrafted cocktails, all-day dining and tonnes of floral interiors to Dawson Street. Fronting some serious good plates of roast chicken and lamb rump, this eye-wateringly beautiful restaurant is an excellent spot for a Sunday lunch or dinner.
Open from midday every Sunday, Peruke & Periwig serve up some serious roasts, from venison haunch and roasted parsnips, to chicken supreme with sprouts and parsley sauce. Candlelit tables and plush seating is juxtaposed with old school pub feels at this roast dinner destination.
In the mood for a gourmet Sunday roast? Head on over to 57 The Headline where you can wrap your chops around a two-course dinner for just €22, complete with vegetarian options, tasty starters, a refreshing cocktail list, classic craft beers and a whole lotta whiskey to boot.
One of the city's most renowned Sunday dinners, make sure you remember to get your pre-order in by Friday or you'll miss out on the chance to tuck into The Exchequer's sharing roast. Think deliciously fresh cuts of meat, lashings of wine and so many trimmings.
It's all about the 70's vibes every weekend at The Legal Eagle as their throwback lunch menu offers everything from Dublin Bay prawn cocktail, slipper of bacon and the classic roast beef and batter puds. To wash it down? There's 20 craft beers on tap and 200 wines on the list.
A swankier little spot down Baggot Street, the Bloom Brasserie brings a special Sunday dinner menu stuffed of Irish Angus beef, chicken supreme and homely desserts. With its cosy interiors that mix traditional and modern touches, its an undeniably cute date night destination.