Sunday Roasts in Glasgow
Ah Sunday. The laziest day of the week. A glorious day of lie ins, newspapers, long walks, Bloody Marys and blinding grub. Sunday roasts in Glasgow are pretty epic, whether you're a pork person or a beef buff, if you like you're trimmings Yorkshire style, or prefer Scottish style neeps and tatties, pubs in Glasgow offer some seriously blinding Sunday roasts. So for your edible pleasure, we've done the hard work for you and separated the mash from the mush; here's our pick of the best Sunday roasts in Glasgow.
Last updated on 14th October 2016
Looking for the best sunday roast in Glasgow, on Argyle Street at that? Then try Restaurant Bar & Grill on for size. While not a cosy boozer, this charming restaurant will shine with the piled high Sunday plate thanks to sourced meats and delicious veggies.
As the largest Irish pub in Glasgow, Waxy O'Connors lays on one cracking roast of a Sunday - and often during the week as well. Enjoy yours will all the trimmings, laced in gravy, and a super-sized Yorkshire on the side - or for something a little more indigenous, opt for a hearty Irish stew. Wash it down with a pint of the black stuff and you won't need to eat again 'til at least Thursday.
The Finnieston is a food-lover's paradise at the best of times, but even moreso on a Sunday. With a roster of great grub events changing every month, The Finnieston always tries to add something special for a Sunday. Our particular favourite is their Scotch Beef Sundays, which offers diners the chance to chow down on some fine locally sourced meat, along with all the trimmings, plus enjoy a complimentary drink, all just for £15. Tasty.
When it comes to a luxury roast dinner in Glasgow, Guy's is a more than dedicated destination. Ranking high on every Sunday lunch list for the city, not only are the interiors smart, their plates are too thanks to seasonal vegetables and stunning cuts of meat.
Curler's Rest knows how to make a meal out of Sundays; they are something of an institution at this cracking West End pub. Along with cool board games and papers, their Sunday Roast menu is legendary. Mouthwatering beef, pork, chicken; all the classics with all the trimmings, along with a host of delicious starters, sides and desserts. Now just find yourself a spot by the fire and, perfection.
Have a lazy Sunday at Grill on the Corner in Central Glasgow. One of the most luxurious Sunday roasts in Glasgow, the menu includes a roasted loin of pork with apple sauce and cracklling, a roasted whole of chicken - boned for extra Sunday laziness - with stuffing, or a roasted sirloin of beef. Trimmings include roasters, gravy, carrot and swede mash and buttered shredded cabbage and with dishes made for two, this is a great value offering from a chic Glasgow bar and restaurant.
Sundays are delicious in The Butchershop Bar and Grill. The much-loved Glasgow bar and restaurant offers a Sunday Roast lunch menu, with a choice of beef and pork with all the trimmings, Yorkshire pudding, honey glazed carrots, roasted parsnips, two kinds of potatoes, green beans and beef dripping gravy. Are you hungry yet? There's also the option of a 35 day dry aged roast Tafelspitz for two as well as a stock of mouthwatering starters and sides.
While the interiors of Alston Bar & Beef scream of sexy sophistication, make no bones about it, they know how to knock out the humble roast. Boasting your favourite chunks of meat, booming Yorkshire puddings and gravy to die for, this is a Glasgow Sunday roast not to be missed.
Sundays are a real treat at Ashton Lane bar and restaurant, the Ubiquitous Chip. Their menu changes regularly with such delights as slow-cooked pork belly, seared salmon or overnight roast beef. With a relaxed setting in this famed Glasgow bar, you can't go wrong with a Sunday roast in this West End institution.
When it comes to the mention of meat, CAU are the first to perk their ears up. While heralded for their Argentinian steaks, they're not stranger to the humble are of the Sunday roast thanks to fluffy potatoes, selectively sourced meat, vegetables and more.