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The Best Sunday Roasts In London

Where to find yorkshire puddings you could wear to Ascot, glistening gravy, and more.

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The Best Sunday Roasts In London

Where to find yorkshire puddings you could wear to Ascot, glistening gravy, and more.

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8.2

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St John's Tavern

A classic gastropub of the most comforting variety, the St John's Tavern in Archway is an excellent spot for a big group Sunday roast get-together.

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8.0

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The Farrier

A rustic boozer in Camden Stables, The Farrier's food goes far beyond pub grub.

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7.4

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The Garrison

A certified 'nice pub' in Bermondsey, The Garrison's pints and small plates are a great option in the area.

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Hawksmoor Seven Dials

Hawksmoor restaurants are some of the best places to get a steak in London. The Seven Dials location is a big, lively basement room.

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Foxlow Chiswick

Foxlow Chiswick is one of those spots that would win a “best all-around” award. It’s a reliable, crowd-pleasing spot at all times of the day.

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9.0

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Maggie Jones’s

Maggie Jones’s is a romantic, character-filled restaurant off Kensington High Street, serving a menu of excellent quality British food.

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The Three Crowns

A Stoke Newington boozer with a weeknight happy hour, The Three Crowns is a good shout for a casual boozy group catch-up.

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The Walrus

The Walrus is a Brighton pub that has a classic downstairs boozer, a sophisticated dining room, and a huge roof garden all rolled into one.

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The Wheatsheaf

A cool and casual independent pub in Tooting, The Wheatsheaf does one of the best roasts south of the river.

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8.1

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Blacklock

Blacklock is a trendy converted brothel in Soho that has been repurposed to exclusively serve meat lovers.

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9.1

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Rochelle Canteen

Rochelle Canteen is a British restaurant in Shoreditch that’s calm, delicious, and brilliant for any meal. It’s a perfect London escape, in London.

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Harwood Arms

As pubs go, Harwood Arms is more sophisticated Fulham restaurant than sticky boozer, but either way, the food is excellent.

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The Queen Adelaide

The Queen Adelaide is a beautiful, retro pub in Shepherd’s Bush with an all-day menu, a big fireplace, and an even bigger portrait of Queen Adelaide.

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Rotorino

Rotorino is a solid and comfortable Italian restaurant that’s worth going to if you’re in and around Dalston.

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Pedler

Pedler is a relaxed but still lively restaurant in Peckham serving Mediterranean and American style sharing plates.

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Coal Rooms

Coal Room is a reliable, and reliably tasty train station restaurant attached to Peckham Rye station.

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The Montpelier

The Montpelier is a well located pub with outside seating just a few steps from Peckham Rye station. It also has a cinema room at the back.

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The Builders Arms

The Builders Arms is a great pub on a backstreet in Kensington, serving pretty good food and snacks.

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The Elderfield

The Elderfield is a pub near Lower Clapton that serves a tasty and extremely well priced Sunday roast.