33 "Sunday Roast" restaurants in London.
A Stoke Newington boozer with a weeknight happy hour, The Three Crowns is a good shout for a casual boozy group catch-up.
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.
A cool and casual independent pub in Tooting, The Wheatsheaf does one of the best roasts south of the river.
The Clarence Tavern is a gastropub in Stoke Newington that’s just as good for a slap-up meal as it is for a few pints and a nibble.
Blacklock is a trendy converted brothel in Soho that has been repurposed to exclusively serve meat lovers.
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.
A classic old school boozer in Fitzrovia, The Newman Arms is a great spot for pints and pies.
The Canton Arms is a lovely gastropub in Lambeth that still feels like an old school boozer. Come for a drink and stay for a toastie, or more.
As pubs go, Harwood Arms is more sophisticated Fulham restaurant than sticky boozer, but either way, the food is excellent.
Marksman is a pub/restaurant with excellent, elevated British food in Shoreditch. It’s good anytime, but don’t miss the Sunday roast.
The Camberwell Arms is a traditional south London pub, serving great British cuisine during the week and incredible roasts on a Sunday.
Maggie Jones’s is a romantic, character-filled restaurant off Kensington High Street, serving a menu of excellent quality British food.
Quality Chop House is an excellent British restaurant in Clerkenwell that’s a natural at filling you up with good food and good wine.
Pedler is a relaxed but still lively restaurant in Peckham serving Mediterranean and American style sharing plates.
Coal Room is a reliable, and reliably tasty train station restaurant attached to Peckham Rye station.