Best Sunday Roasts in Liverpool
It's the end of the week and you want to chow down on some succulent meat and all the trimmings. But where to go? Perhaps you're looking for a tasty vegan-friendly family meal at a stylish restaurant, a fun-filled bottomless feast with your mates, or just an affordable pre-payday treat. Whatever you're in the mood for, there's sure to be something up your street in our pick of the best Sunday roasts in Liverpool.
You probably know The Smugglers Cove for their world record-breaking collection of over 150 rums and gorgeous interiors, but what you probably didn't know is that they're also pros when it comes to knocking up a delicious roast dinner in Liverpool. As well as offering all the standard carnivorous cuts, the kitchen also cooks up a mushroom, red lentil, stilton and chestnut roast.
Popular party spot by night and chilled restaurant by day, Camp And Furnace is a jack-of-all-trades. Head over to their weekly roast club where you'll share tables with fellow hungry diners and dig into a communal banquet of meat, veg, Yorkies and lashings of gravy, followed by a homemade pudding.
Neighbourhood is the place to head to for bottomless Sunday roasts in Liverpool, as they pair piled-high plates of roast meats or nut bakes with all the trimmings. Better yet, with the unlimited drinks it's still only £35 per person.
On the hunt for a vegan roast in Liverpool city centre? Down The Hatch is a stylish drinking and dining den that's killing it in the good grub department. Think beautifully cooked seitan, crispy yet fluffy spuds and a range of roots, with cocktails and beer to pair.
One of the classiest Sunday roasts in Liverpool, Browns Brasserie & Bar is a great shout for a knees-up with the family, serving roast chicken, beef and a vegetarian nut roast. However, our favourite's got to be the salted pork belly with apple butter, Waldorf and walnut stuffing, crackling and red wine jus.
Gaucho Liverpool is offering up Sunday Sessions for those of you who are ravenous for a hearty roast. Make your way inside this Water Street venue for succulent cuts of Argentinian steak, fine wine and a roster of liver entertainment from some of the city's finest.
Located within a Grade II-listed building, The Florist is an undisputed beauty. Touting two real trees within its entrance hall, the botanical-themed eatery also knows how to whip up a visually stunning meal. Gather your number ones and tuck into mouthwatering fare for all dietary preferences, or push the boat out with a bottomless option.
Sunday roasts are when The Monro comes into its own. The award-winning gastropub is an expert in comfort dishes with its masterful locally-sourced chicken stuffed with pork sausage meat as well as sage and berry stuffing. We'll take two, please.
As appearances go, Dash certainly brings the wow factor - think marble decor, gold trimmings and plush furnishings galore. But it's not just a pretty face. The kitchen takes a break from their usual Pan-Asian weekday cuisine to cook up a classic roast for the Liverpool masses.
Arguably the best Irish pub around, McCooleys is also a craic-ing restaurant for a Sunday roast in Liverpool - and a wallet-friendly one at that too. Take your pick between beef or chicken, accompanied by a Yorkshire pudding, stuffing, cauliflower cheese, roast potatoes, carrot and swede mash and seasonal veg all for only £8.
The Butterfly and The Grasshopper are dishing up a hell of a roast within their sleek Oldham Street venue, with minted lamb chops and cauliflower steaks up for grabs. Based across three floors, the building houses a pub, swanky dining area and gorgeous rooftop - perfect for an after-lunch tipple.
Situated in the Royal Albert Dock, PanAm is whipping up a brilliant Sunday lunch in Liverpool. Grab a table by a floor-to-ceiling window and take in unparalleled views over the waterfront whilst feasting on a traditional rendition of the comfort food classic.
Based inside an 18th-century warehouse, Clockworks oozes character - think cosy leather booths, mahogany wooden floors and red brick walls. Enjoy two courses for a tidy £19, with bites such as cheddar and stout rarebit, black pudding bonbons and cookies and cream panna cotta making great accompaniments to your main course.