History and roasties go hand in hand at this stunning Covent Garden spot dating back to 1763. With a spot directly opposite the Royal Opera House, not only are you in the thick of it, beer from London breweries and an extensive gin selection are set alongside a sought-after Sunday roast menu with 28-day aged sirloin of beef, pigs in blankets and a cashew nut Wellington. Wash it down with a Bloody Mary? You're doing the weekend right.
Best Sunday Roasts In Covent Garden
In the heart of Covent Garden, relish the ultimate Sunday roasts using our guide to top-notch pubs and eateries. Explore the vibrant areas of Neal's Yard, Seven Dials, and Long Acre while treating your taste buds to succulent meats, golden roasties, and hearty gravy. Gather your friends and family, book your table today, and enjoy the best that British has to offer. We'll be asking for extra roasties if you needed to know.
Last updated on 9th October 2023
Sunday roasts in Covent Garden are elite at this historic (and hidden) location. A cool pub dating all the way back to 1772, celebrating its olde-world charm, Lamb and Flag is a nod to days gone by, with a British classics menu where the Sunday offering is a delicious mix of reliable flavours and ingredients, from dry-aged sirlion and roast Norfolk chicken to a butternut squash and pine nut Wellington for the vegetarians.
Modern and traditional in equal measure, Marquess of Anglesey is a pretty-as-a-picture pub, complete with its own roof terrace bar and neighbouring the likes of the West End and Royal Opera House. The Sunday roast menu is British, delicious and elevated, with roast beef rump and roast chicken served up with maple glazed parsnips, saute kale, and a double egg Yorkshire pudding.
Cosy Nicholson's spot The Bear and Staff are making Sundays even cosier with their regular roast offering. Not only are they serving up nut roasts and sirloin of beef with all of the usual trimmings, this pub is not to be missed, with history dating back to the 17th century, and historic guests including the likes of Charlie Chaplin.
A pre-theatre fave thanks to its proximity to some of the best shows in Covent Garden, Cora Pearl is something of a no-brainer when it comes to grabbing a bite to eat before a grand performance, especially when it comes to their Sunday menu. Lap up everything from roast sirloin and horseradish to roast chicken with a dill mayo for £26.