Looking for an exceptional Sunday roast in South London? Look no further than The Market Porter, which places classic British and modern European fare at the centre of things. For total enjoyment, pair with one of their impressive ale selection and nestle into the rustic interiors.
Best Sunday Roasts In London
Roasties in luxurious gravy; Yorkshire puddings so big they deserve their own postcode; veggies that scream of seasonal crops; that's right, London knows a thing or two about the Sunday roast dinner, and so do we. From casual boozers where you can put your feet up with potatoes and a pint, to high-end restaurants with some of the finest cuts in chicken and lamb, these Sunday roasts in London are the best of 'em.
Meat-free? We've also got a guide for London's best vegetarian and vegan roast dinners.
The Cat and Mutton are treating the good folk of London to a real people pleaser. With the view that Sundays are for two things - roasts and hangovers - they bring you the Sunday Recovery Session. Allowing you to plop on a sofa, mainline a bloody mary and indulge in an absolute feast of a roast, you won't be seen anywhere else come Sunday.
Something of a hidden gem on Brixton's Acre Lane, join an in-the-know crowd for one of the Beast's banging Sunday lunches. Homely is stamped all over this boozer, from wooden floorboards to a roast potato that's nearly as good as your mum's.
Head over to Stoke Newington where The Three Crowns is dishing up one of the best Sunday roasts in London. Not only is it whipping up all the favourites - pork belly, chicken, lamb and beef - but if you get there after 8pm, you can enjoy it for just £10.
Traditional British pub decor is given a swish update at this Tooting boozer. Tuck into their Sunday offering, which includes a bumper three-meat option, or for fussy eaters, there's still a full menu of lunch classics. Stick around once you've mopped up the last of the gravy for a fun quiz night.
Looking for one of the best Sunday roasts in South West London? Head down to Barnes where The Sun Inn is coming in hot every weekend with a moreish offering that even your mother would be envious of - think pork loin and crackling, dry aged beef and parsnip and Stilton nut roasts.
For those of you looking to finally sign off eating a roast dinner on a boat this year, make headway for Barge East. A Hackney favourite floating on the water, you'll enjoy Sutton chicken, lemon sole and pumpkin for the veggies alongside communal roasties.
The Black Dog is a venue that's firmly rooted in Vauxhall's history. Based in the former residence of a glass factory, the venue is now a family-friendly pub that draws in revellers from all over with its stellar selections of craft beers, real ales and fine wines - keep an eye out for the gorgeous stained-glass window behind the bar.
Having been created in 1780, just as the British lost their grip on the American colonies, the White Bear on Kennington Park Road is full of vintage antiques, and the walls are covered in grainy photographs and satirical newspaper cartoons. Come Sunday, roast dinners are all the talk about town. With beef, chicken and rolled pork belly all available, each is served with mouth-watering sides, light Yorkshire puddings and delicious roast vegetables.
The Imperial Arms is serving one of West London's best Sunday Roasts from its home in Fulham. That's not all though, as this neighbourhood spot serves thirst-quenching cocktails and offers regular live music sessions, with a seriously gorgeous garden out back.
This Victoria Park pub is a real gem in the heart of East London; perfect for a full Sunday R=roast with all the trimmings after last night's booze up, or even for a family orientated late afternoon relaxing session. They offer a menu of meaty delights, which you can enjoy in the warmth and cosiness of their quirky indoors seating, or if the weather holds up, in their massive beer garden.
If you're looking for a delicious roast to complete your Sunday, head over to Smith's Bar & Grill. Located not far from Paddington Tube station, the venue overlooks the Grand Union Canal with alfresco seating and delicious cocktails.
The Mall Tavern is known, among other things, for being good at both beer and their delicious British dishes. Sample some of their 28 taps on tap, serving both local brewers and those from around the world, and tuck into a Sunday roast made from the freshest ingredients for the ultimate satisfaction.
Championing 'Sunday Funday' Leadbelly's Bar is a top spot for scoffing a roast dinner in South London. Head over to this quirky neighbourhood spot and you'll find heart plates of chicken, lamb, beef, vegan options and more with all of the trimmings.
Not a million miles from Crystal Park, The Faber Fox has is bringing neighbourhood vibes to South London. The pub is on the more affordable scale of roasts, with two courses coming in at £20, or three for £25. And if you're a sports fan, there's screens dotted about for you to catch the action.
London Bridge may be a hot destination for commuting, but it's also a hot destination for roast dinners in London. Not only can you indulge in some of the finest cuts of beef sirloin and goose fat potatoes, Tanner & Co offer a bottomless option for those looking to pair with drinks.
A beauty of a pub tucked away from the bustle of Islington on the banks of the Regent's Canal, the Narrow Boat's pride and joy is the Sunday roast menu. The pub offers cosy and intimate vibes perfect for a relaxed roast with your nearest and dearest.
Ever enjoyed a 'Proper Northern Roast' amidst an eclectic interior of giant maypoles and wicker masks? You've obviously not popped round to this Hackney Downs favourite, then, where indulgent roasts in a colourful folk setting are the staple. Team your roast with a fine countryside cider or something from the Seven Deadly Gins cocktail menu.
Treat yourself to a day out in one of London's most bucolic locales. Head to Highgate where the gorgeous Gatehouse pub offers a stunning Sunday roast designed to hit all your spots. Pair with a pint of continental craft beer or a tipple from their wine list for the ultimate weekend indulgence.
Who does the humble roast dinner better than the British pub? Tuck into just that on a jolly down to Battersea as The Lighthouse churns out a stunning selection of gastro inspired plates on a Sunday afternoon. If you're not into roasts, there's also a long menu of lunch dishes, including the likes of tofu bowls and crab linguine.
Not far from the Barbican, The Jugged Hare is a traditional pub and tavern, that's keeping things a little different with their Sunday roast in London. Sure, you could stick the traditional roast - or you could try the eponymous jugged hare dish, a goat curry, or even beef kidneys.
Beer can chicken? Mouthwatering vegan parcels? Slow-roasted pork belly? Head to Highbury where the Brewhouse & Kitchen is cooking up a delicious roast menu each and every Sunday. Paired with cocktails, ciders, ales, IPAs and more, you can't go wrong with this one.
A beautiful and historic pub in the heart of Kentish Town, Sunday would be a great day to visit the Bull & Gate for the first time. You'll find mouth-watering chicken, pork and sirloin on the menu, with double-egg Yorkshire puds stealing the show and plenty of proper gravy and all the trimmings to round off your plate. Cancel all plans for the afternoon and get stuck in at lunchtime.
Home to one of London's best roast dinners, Paradise By Way of Kensal Green is all about the weekend treats with a stunning line up of roasts to choose from, including mushroom wellington and crispy pork belly, and a great selection of craft beers and wines to sip on.
Bringing out one of the best roast dinners in Clapham, Mommi is home to a speciality Peruvian roast in London that features roast antichucho spatchcock chicken, yuzu glazed carrots and quinoa yorkies. And if you're looking to take the nippers along with you, there's a special kids menu.
With award-winning design, No 29 Power Station West is one hell of a sexy spot. Located in Battersea Power Station, the slick restaurant is an interior designer's dream, with plush blue velvet booths, neon signs and views over South London. If you're not already in love, then the roast chicken with truffled cabbage will win you over.
Located inside a stunning, Grade II listed building with nearly 150 years of history, there aren't many more idyllic places to enjoy Sunday lunch than at this riverside pub. The Duke's Head prides itself on the use of fresh produce from home-grown suppliers, cooking up a choice of Aberdeen Angus striploin beef, Dingly Dell pork belly and Creedy Carver chicken with a generous helping of veggies and Yorkshire pudding. Yum.