Known for their pretty cocktails, The Botanist in Deansgate also serves a stellar vegan Sunday dinner. Tuck into the likes of mushroom, lentil and chestnut roast, perfect when washed down with a lychee and Aperol spritz.
Vegan Sunday Roast in Manchester
Whether it's mopping up a hangover or warming you up on a winter's day, there's nothing quite as comforting as a Sunday roast. But it's not all roast beef and belly pork, Manchester also has a long list of vegan Sunday dinner options, all packed with flavour. Don't skip the gravy; tuck into homely dishes and piles of spuds come the weekend with out list of vegan Sunday roasts.
Tucked under railway arches, Gorilla is a cool music haunt that also serves up some seriously tasty nosh. Head over on a Sunday to work your way through their vegan roast, which comprises of mushroom and celeriac wellington, and crispy roast potatoes on the side.
Making a pretty bold claim when it comes to the end of the week, Trof consider their Sunday roast 'the best in the world'. And they're not far wrong, with seasonal veg and fluffy Yorkshires, siding with a very tasty beet and pumpkin vegan wellington.
Looking for proper comfort food in opulent surroundings? Refuge by Volta is the place for a vegan Sunday lunch feast. The smart restaurant sticks to tradition with their offering, from the Yorkshire puds through to veggies and gravy.
Completely vegan, The Allotment in the city centre puts on a slap-up dinner come Sunday. With three courses for £25, the restaurant will make sure you leave stuffed after your roast.
Man Bites Frog in Chorlton is dishing up homely French fare throughout the week, with a Sunday roast special come the weekend. Their vegan roast dinner is a unique choice, with salt-baked celeriac accompanied by cauliflower veloute and toasted sunflower seeds.
The Counter House is bringing Aussie cool to Manchester in the form of fauna-filled walls and pops of colour from modern artworks. Keep your Sundays free for their roast, which includes savoy cabbage, parnsips and tatties alongside a tasty nut roast.
One of Manchester's hottest recent openings is all about seriously sexy veg, with plates such as disco cabbage and a dreamy red lentil dahl. Save it for Sunday when they add extra comfort in the form of a nut roast slathered in vegan gravy.
Located in Didsbury, Greens has long been doing the cruelty-free thing, with vegetarian and vegan dishes gracing their menu. On Sundays, they offer a special three-course menu for only £17, a steal for such a sophisticated spot.