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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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No. 11 Pimlico Road

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A sophisticated yet welcoming establishment that serves stunning breakfasts, Brunches and traditional Sunday Roasts to be enjoyed in a relaxed all-day dining refuge. View Venue
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No. 17 Dickens Yard

Not yet reviewed In the thriving neighbourhood of Ealing, No. 17 Dickens Yard is an independent neighbourhood bar and restaurant, with a contemporary interior, providing the perfect backdrop for socialising. View Venue
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No. 197 Chiswick Fire Station

Not yet reviewed Known for its on-trend clean aesthetic, No. 197 Chiswick Fire Station is an independent bar and restaurant serving everything from Breakfast, to Brunch and Sunday Lunch. View Venue
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No. 1a Duke Street

Not yet reviewed Nestled between Richmond Green and Richmond High Road, No. 1a Duke Street is an independent neighbourhood bar and restaurant with a comtemporary interior, providing the perfect backdrop for socialising. View Venue
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No.35 Mackenzie Walk

Not yet reviewed In the heart of bustling Canary Wharf, Nº35 Mackenzie Walk is an independent neighbourhood bar and restaurant, with a contemporary interior providing the perfect backdrop for socialising. View Venue
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Old Compton Brasserie

Not yet reviewed An all-day brasserie in the heart of Soho, committed to bringing to the neighbourhood great food, wine, beer and award-winning cocktails. View Venue
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Ollie's House Chelsea

Not yet reviewed Ollie's House is inspired by Bali resorts with a pan-Asian menu inspiring their breakfast and brunch menus. View Venue
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Ollie's House Parsons Green

Not yet reviewed Ollie's House is inspired by Bali resorts with a pan-Asian menu inspiring their breakfast and brunch menus. View Venue
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Origin Kensington

Not yet reviewed Experience a mouth-watering Sunday Roast with all the trimmings at Origin Kensington. Located inside the Royal Garden Hotel, this is the ideal spot to enjoy Sunday Lunch with a view. View Venue
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Oyster Shed

Not yet reviewed With an enviable location on the riverbank of the Thames, Oyster Shed is a modern British pub with a difference. View Venue
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