Sunday Roasts In Leeds
If there's one thing that the UK does well, it's a bloody good Sunday roast. From juicy beef slathered in gravy to vegan nut dishes and mouthwatering roasties, the city fronts plenty of dining options. Whether it's a casual pub or a hidden hotel watering hole, we're breaking down the very best when it comes to Sunday roasts in Leeds.
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In the mood for a top-notch Sunday roast? Look no further than The Wardrobe on St Peter's Square. Choose from its 28-day-aged sirloin of beef, rosemary leg of lamb or a wild mushroom and spinach Wellington, with all the works in this popular venue. You don't need to ask us twice.
Situated in Leeds, The Botanist knocks up some pretty stunning Sunday roasts. Choose from sumptuous mains such as chicken, sirloin and honey-glazed pork belly or you can even nab its veggie-friendly option, a celeriac, mushroom and pearl barley Wellington.
Craving comfort food? Blackhouse Grill on the Square is serving supreme roasts, including a sharing one, which features English longbone beef. Plus, you can add a few innovative starters to your meals - think peppered lemon calamari and smoked paprika houmous.
Crowd Of Favours is a Leeds gastropub for Sunday roast dinners, bringing you stunning plates from Schnitfaced. It's just £15 for chicken supreme, topside beef or baked celeriac with seasonal greens, roast tatties, root veggies, Yorkshire puds and gravy.
For sumptuous Sunday roasts in Leeds, head to the casual pub at The Scarbrough Hotel. You'll get to choose between mighty meats, from 21-day aged roast beef to plant-based nut versions and slow-cooked pork belly. Don't sleep on their sides such as honey-glazed parsnips and Yorkshire puddings.