While The Botanist might be known for their dazzling drinks, the venue also knows how to whip up a fabulous Sunday roast. Choose from various meat options, including honey roasted pork belly, juicy sirloin and lamb. It also has a celeriac option if you're on a plant-based diet.
Sunday Lunch In Newcastle
A sumptuous main event, perfect trimmings and lashings of gravy; these are the three things we want from our roast. From brewpubs serving up plates with their own craft beers to restaurants offering it alongside international starters and daytime cocktails, these places for Sunday lunch in Newcastle definitely won't disappoint.
If you're after Sunday lunch in Gosforth, then Brandling Arms is worth booking into. From Camembert sharers to nut roasts and slow-cooked pork belly, this pub is dishing up a treat. Plus, behind the bar, you'll find craft beers, cask ales and a broad selection of wine to wash your feast down with.
Whether you fancy an indulgent trio of meats topped with crackling or a succulent nut roast for your main, Barluga has you covered. Two courses here are coming it at £19 and a three-course feast costs a respectable £23, with the likes of sticky toffee pudding or Thai yellow curry mussels available.
On the hunt for Sunday lunch in Jesmond? This decadent haven of wooden interiors, lush greenery and cocktails is offering something a little different, while being super affordable. Head to Zarabanda Bing Bing to sandwich your traditional roast between courses of crispy gyoza and apple crumble tart.
You might not suspect it from the venue's sporty leaning, but WonderBar is also one of the best spots for Sunday lunch in Newcastle city centre. Choose from beef, chicken, gammon or vegan Wellington, topped off by a crispy Yorkshire pud and seasonal veggies. Afterwards, the interactive dartboards await.
If only a roast dinner in Newcastle from a traditional pub will do, then The Old George Inn is ready and waiting for you. From roasties loaded with cauliflower cheese or BBQ beef, to a choice of lamb shank and hand-carved turkey, the delish options are endless here.
From drinking espresso martinis and bloody marys to choosing a classic nut or meat roast, The Forth is a great place to eat come Sundays. Otherwise, you can spice things up with its special chicken dinner of Southern-fried bird, garlicy smoked paprika corn, jacket potato mash and plenty of gravy.
Sunday lunch on Newcastle Quayside doesn't get much better than The Bridge Tavern, a brewpub that's got top meals and a gorgeous terrace to boot. Think Ingram Valley lamb or rump beef, all garnished with seasonal veg, a Yorkshire pud and rich gravy, with craft beer to sip throughout.
Vowing for the title of best Sunday roast in Newcastle is The Town Wall, who make the weekend meal its speciality. Expect nothing but the finest topside beef, chicken supreme, pork loin or veggie strudel, which are accompanied by all the trimmings and the pub's very own craft beer.
As it's known for British brasseries dishes, it's unsurprising to see Pleased To Meet You slinging out roasts on Sundays. The mouthwatering plates here are presented in fine dining style, with a lineup of killer cocktails (especially gin-laced ones) to accompany.