Jones Family Project, London

Sunday Roast at Jones Family ProjectIf you prefer your meat cooked low'n'slow, Jones Family Project should be any Sunday Roast fans first port-of-call. Treat yourself to a well-earned apertif such as a Negroni before rolling up your sleeves for a hearty, succulent roast (beef picana is the house favourite).

78 Great Eastern Street, London, EC2A 3JL

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East 59th, Leeds

Bottomless Brunch with Bloody Mary and Eggs Benedict at East 59th LeedsThis glamorous rooftop restaurant in Leeds has the feel of a Manhattan loft and will instantly transport you into a cosmopolitan realm, where the cocktails are always pouring and the Brunch dishes keep coming. There's also an extensive vegan Brunch menu for all you meat-free diners out there, including a classic avo smash on sourdough and mac'n'cashew cheese balls. 

Victoria Gate, 3rd Floor Rooftop, Ludgate Hill, Leeds, LS2 7AU

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Wringer and Mangle, London

Sunday Roast Feast at Wringer and Mangle in LondonWringer and Mangle serve both Brunch and Sunday Lunch, sorting out your weekend plans in one fell swoop. It's deep in the heart of Hackney amidst the hustle and bustle and is the perfect sanctuary to take some time out and have a banquet. Roasts come on huge three-tiered stands and platters while Brunch includes all your favourite classics like Eggs enedict and a Full English.

13 - 18 Sidworth Street, London, E8 3SD

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Cleaver East, Dublin

Polenta Cakes for Brunch at Cleaver East in DublinAn offshoot of Oliver Dunne's growing list of Dublin hotspots, Cleaver East specialise in laidback Irish and European Brunch using only the highest quality ingredients. Best of all they have cracking group Brunch menus for you to gather friends and family and tuck into a huge feast to share.

The Clarence Hotel, 6-8 Wellington Quay, Dublin, D02 HT44

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English's of Brighton

Seafood Brunch at English's of BrightonEnglish's of Brighton is a fun-filled family kind of establishment with delicious Weekend Seafood Brunch and beautiful views of the ocean. It's as much a feast for the eyes as for the stomach, no small feat considering the impeccable fish dishes avialable: lobster bisque in Cognac cream, Rockefeller oysters and a gooey Croques Monsieur to name just a few.

29 - 31 East Street, Brighton, BN1 1HL

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