Best Sunday Roasts In Richmond

Richmond Sunday roasts are more than just potatoes on a plate. One of the most trafficked suburban spots in the city, people head here for an experience, where pubs by the water and independent shopping is flanked by an incredible dining scene. And yes, the roast dinners are second to none. From humble pubs with roaring fires, to dining spots where sharing sides and elevated British starters come as standard. Check out our favourites in the area for an excellent Sunday, come rain or shine. 

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Last updated on 3rd July 2024

The Marlborough

Close to Richmond Park, The Marlborough is the perfect example of an English pit stop. Not only are they home to one of the biggest beer gardens in Richmond Hill, this family (and dog) friendly spot from the Youngs group is a powerhouse when it comes to a roast on your plate. Offering starters the likes of lamb shoulder croquettes and sharing sides such as pigs in duvets, the star of the show comes in the shape of roasts with beef rump, chicken or mushroom wellington with sides of savoy cabbage and maple glazed carrots.

White Horse

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Head over to The White Horse for a delicious Sunday Roast to remember. This gastro-pub offers everything from Stout braised daphne's lamb shoulder to free-range roast chicken, complete with plump Yorkshire puddings, roasted potatoes, seasonal greens and homemade gravy. Served in a traditional, cosy atmosphere with long benches and wooden chairs, their roasts are guaranteed to make your weekend.

Old Ship Richmond

A pub fit for any and every occasion, Old Ship Richmond is the place to be. Their famous Sunday Roast is one of the best in town, complete with seasonal trimmings, double egg Yorkies, and lashings of gravy. Choose from Dingley Dell pork belly or Roast Sutton Hubbard half chicken with a side of truffle oil and parmesan fries. Plus, they serve up spicy Bloody Marys to make your Sunday fun day even better. 

The White Cross

One of the best riverside boozers in Richmond, The White Cross is located right on the Thames' banks, boasting beautiful sunset and delicious Sunday roasts. Dishing out the best of British classics using only the finest seasonal ingredients, this Off Water Lane haunt offers goodies like the West country rump of beef and horseradish sauce served with goose fat roast potatoes, double egg Yorkshire pudding, maple roasted carrots, cavolo nero, crushed parsnips and of course, tons of gravy.

The Shaftesbury Richmond

For a taste of the best in British culture and country dreams, make your way down to The Shaftesbury. Taking pride in the greatest quality food, drinks and service, their Sunday roasts are a must try, offering mouthwatering seasonal plates like rolled Dingly dell pork belly served with Cumberland stuffing, apple sauce, crackling, double egg Yorkies and lashings of proper pub gravy.

The Lass O' Richmond Hill

Championing British ingredients and local producers, The Lass O' Richmond Hill is bringing you the most mouthwatering Sunday Roasts in town. Head inside this cosy and quaint boozer, complete with a crackling fireplace, for a taste of a premium cut sharing roast that'll rival your grandma's served with all the trimmings as well as unlimited Yorkshire pudding and gravy.

Prince's Head

Fancy a Sunday roast in a 17th-century boozer? Prince's Head in Richmond might be 300 years old, but their food is as contemporary as it gets. Come and enjoy a hearty Sunday roast served with all the trimmings - we're talking Yorkshire pudding, cauliflower cheese, roast potatoes, seasonal veggies, and red wine gravy. Choose from mains like roast Norfolk chicken or roast loin of South Coast pork with crackling, and get ready to roast and toast together.