You Can Now Have A Bottomless Sunday Roast in Manchester

Published . By Kay Field.

Impossible Bottomless Sunday Roast

'Tis the season for cosy knits, mulled wine and comfort galore.

The (not so) humble roast dinner: a beloved tradition, wintry pastime and cold-weather antidote. It seems that the country's favourite meal is getting a gut-busting upgrade, thanks to Impossible's own bottomless offering. Yep, you heard that right.

Every Sunday, the gorgeous restaurant is plying diners with free-flowing drinks and unlimited veggies, roast potatoes and gravy alongside a tasty meaty dish and dessert - all for only £35. So what's on the pass? Hungry punters can choose between four mouthwatering mains; roast beef topped with a giant Yorkshire pud, pan-roasted chicken supreme and a red pepper puree, a hand-crimped pie stuffed with goats cheese and sweet potato or a drool-worthy confit duck leg on a thyme-infused waffle. 

Now on to the important part: the booze, of course. Included in your feast is a generous selection of spirits, wines, bloody marys, prosecco and beers. After you've gotten your fill of hearty grub and - literally - all the trimmings? A sweet treat in the form of a chocolate mousse, key lime tart or macarons - that is, if you can. Challenge accepted. 

Impossible's Bottomless Sunday Roast is available every Sunday and is charged at £35 per person.