Head Chef James Hulme has cooked for some of Britain's most famous faces, including Queen Elizabeth herself. His luxurious restaurant Quaglino's understands what a bottomless roast dinner in London is all about. Serving the finest cuts of British poultry and red meat, guests can enjoy endless glasses of chilled Prosecco while enjoying one of their gut-busting, perfectly cooked roast dinners .
Bottomless Sunday Roasts in London
Whether you're looking for hair of the dog hangover cure, a boozy catch-up with friends or a special celebration meal, these bottomless roasts are promising to elevate your Sunday game forevermore. From free-flowing red wine to endless roast potatoes, and all you can eat dessert buffets - these babies are not for the faint of heart. Check out our guide to London's best bottomless Sunday roasts here and stay safe in the knowledge that neither your gravy boat or prosecco glass will be at risk of running low at any of these stunning spots.
Tanner and Co have come out all gun blazing, serving arguably the best bottomless Sunday lunch in London. For £40, guests can enjoy a mouth-watering flat iron sticky chicken marinated in honey, mustard and beer, served with all the usual roast dinner suspects and bottomless glasses of prosecco, wine, espresso martini or bloody mary cocktail. Hard to resist, we know!
Lost & Co is a fun bar and restaurant based on Battersea Park Road in South London. Priding itself as something of a jack-of-all-trades, the venue serves Australian coffee in the morning in addition to the hand-crafted cocktails and ice-cold craft beers. Alongside a great selection of brunch dishes, the kitchen plates up great tasting pizzas and cheese-heavy burgers. Head down on a Sunday and tuck into a hearty roast dinner, complete with Yorkshire puddings and plenty of gravy.
Martello Hall is being transformed into a home away from home every Sunday. Gather your nearest and dearest and head over to the beloved Hackney pub for a hearty roast, bottomless booze, board games and a touch of live jazz, it's the perfect Sunday pick-me-up if you ask us.
If you're after a party, then Karma Sanctum Hotel will make sure Monday is a write off. The Soho spot is all about free-flowing wine come Sunday lunch with cuts of beef, fish and chips, and sausage and mash, along with free flowing red or white wine.
Part of the Hix restaurant group, Hixter boasts the same signature artwork and quality-fare as its sister venues. On a Sunday the bankside spot swaps out its usual a la carte menu for a generous brunch and roast offering. The perfect pick-me-up after a heavy night, opt for the roast marbled sirloin and enjoy a feast of Yorkshire puds, roasties and cauliflower cheese along with two hours of top-quality red wine for £45.50.
Arguably one of East London's most beautiful restaurants, Martello Hall is best known for its impressive pizza, pasta and cocktail offering. Head here of a Sunday though, and you'll be treated to live jazz music and a menu made up of dishes such as whole roast chicken (fresh from the wood oven), or marinated slow-cooked leg of lamb - best enjoyed with free-flowing frizzante and fruit juice.
Sleek King's Cross restaurant Rotunda prides itself on its gate to plate ethos - placing the highest importance on sourcing top quality lamb and beef, which is then hung and butchered on-site to ensure maximum freshness and flavour. Take a group of your closest pals and indulge in one of their legendary sharing roasts, washed down with bottomless bubbles, naturally.
Aster's uber-sleek Victoria venue invites you to while away your Sunday afternoon in style. Boasting its very own DIY bloody mary station, bottomless drinks for two hours costs just £15. In terms of food? Expect a fusion of Nordic and French cuisine, with a bottomless buffet of fresh seafood, salads and charcuterie, followed by roast grass-fed beef or salt marsh lamb.