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Having a roast in a traditional London pub has become one of those experiences to tick off the bucket list, a tourist attraction you simply must do.

The simple meal that traditionally consists of meat, potatoes and veg covered in gravy has become a part of the British national identity and has understandably cast its spell on the rest of the world. 

However, Sunday Roast in London can be so much more than this with many venues putting interesting twists on the classic meal to create something completely new.

Fortunately for you Brunchers, we’ve rounded up the best places for Sunday Lunch in London near you, including 5-star hotels such as The Savoy, the famous roast at Hawksmoor and Michelin starred pub grub at the Harwood Arms in Fulham.

So, if you’re in London looking for a fancy gastropubs to check out or the best places to go for a nut or vegetarian roast, then use our guide below to find and book your perfect Sunday Lunch experience because, as we all know, nothing is worse than making a bad decision.

Looking for the best brunch, or bottomless brunches in London? Check out our Guide to the Best Places for Bottomless Brunch in London and Guide to the Best Places for Brunch in London


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Booking Office 1869

Not yet reviewed Booking Office 1869 is an exciting new drinking and dining destination in the heart of King's Cross. View Venue

Burnt Umber Brasserie

Not yet reviewed In Hackney Wick's creative enclave, Burnt Umber melds industrial chic with culinary elegance, led by head-chef Stefan Barca. It's the perfect place for an indulgent Brunch or Sunday Roast. View Venue

Butlers Wharf Chop House

Not yet reviewed Indulge in the signature Sunday Roast at Butlers Wharf Chop House. Located right by Tower Bridge, it is the ideal spot for Sunday Lunch, available 12pm - 9pm every Sunday. View Venue

Cellarium Café & Terrace

Not yet reviewed Hidden inside one of the City’s biggest tourist attractions is Cellarium Café & Terrace, a peaceful hideaway from the hustle and bustle of the centre. View Venue

Cheneston’s Restaurant at The Milestone Hotel

Not yet reviewed Cheneston’s Restaurant at The Milestone Hotel is an intimate and elegant restaurant in the heart of London's prestigious Kensington, offering an exclusive Sunday Lunch experience on the last Sunday of every month. View Venue

Coal Rooms

Not yet reviewed Peckham Rye’s old ticket office has been reborn as the Coal Rooms - a recent addition to South London's culinary scene, serving smokey treats from their bespoke charcoal grill. View Venue

Coin Laundry

Not yet reviewed Capturing the real essence of retro, Coin Laundry successfully creates an old-school ambience with a strong emphasis on the seventies. Nestled in Exmouth Market, this laid back restaurant & bar serves up seasonal food, natural wine, house cocktails and craft beers. View Venue

Crown & Greyhound

Not yet reviewed With home-grown hospitality and a touch of rural refinement, Crown & Greyhound is a deliciously urban retreat in the heart of Dulwich. View Venue

Doggett's Coat and Badge

Not yet reviewed Doggett's Coat and Badge pub is a historic pub in South Bank. Step inside to discover a traditional pub of unique character, famous for its range of real ales and quality pub food, all served with a generous measure of classic British hospitality. View Venue

Feya Knightsbridge

Not yet reviewed Feya’s new dinner menu consists of cosmopolitan influences from all around the globe and of course you will also be able to find some of Feya’s signature most-loved dishes. View Venue
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