Temper Soho

undefinedSoho’s finest smokehouse and steak restaurant knows a thing or two about cooking tender, juicy meats. With one the world’s biggest fire pits and a mezzanine butchery, you can watch them in action right by the counter as they work to order. We recommend sharing a family-style roast so you get to have your pick of everything.

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Where is it? 

25 Broadwick Street, Soho, London, W1F 0DF

Oblix West 

undefinedThis cool, sophisticated restaurant is on the 32nd floor of The Shard and you’d be hard pressed to find a better backdrop. Go the whole hog with a seafood platter to start before mains of rotisserie duck with honey, lamb rump, chicken & truffle or suckling pig with spiced apple and a sage & cider sauce.

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Where is it? 

The Shard, 31 St Thomas Street, London, SE1 9RY

The Larrik 

undefinedThe Larrik is in the heart of Marylebone and they celebrate the best of British in their Sunday Lunch. Sundays are all about relaxation and quality family time, so they've created a sharing-is-caring small plates menu to start, along with hearty roasts and all the trimmings. Desserts are also a winner so try the double chocolate brownie or a blackberry and cinnamon crème brulee.

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Where is it? 

32 Crawford Place, Marylebone, London, W1H 5NN

Hawksmoor Seven Dials

undefinedNo roast guide worth its salt would omit Hawksmoor Seven Dials from its list! It’s the best place to end the week in style with a belly full of slow-roasted rump and duck fat roasties (plus a few of your greens, if you must). The low lighting and soft leather seats make it the most chilled of environments to relax and unwind in.

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Where is it? 

11 Langley Street, London, WC2H 9JG

The Coal Shed 

undefinedFriends, family and all will love this roast, where you can enjoy a gargantuan 500g Black Aberdeen Angus for just £22.50 per person. It’s been dry-aged for 34 days and comes with beef fat potatoes, cauliflower cheese, honey roast root veg, seasonal greens, Yorkshire puddings and smoked gravy, and is best shared between two. It’s just down Tower Bridge Road, a stones-throw from the historic monument, so why not pop over when you're finished? (If you aren’t carrying a food baby that is).

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Where is it? 

Tower Bridge, London, SE1 2UP

Galvin at the Windows 

undefinedWhy not enjoy your lunch over Bellinis and panoramic views of London with this amazing offer? Or, if for some unfathomable reason this doesn’t tickle your fancy, you can book here for their regular Sunday menu (still a pretty drool-worthy event). Revel in haute cuisine like foie gras and beef tartare to start, followed by more traditional but no less tasty roasts of beef, chicken and roasted leg of lamb.

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Where is it? 

22 Park Ln, Mayfair, London, W1K 1BE

South Place Chop House

undefinedWhat’s the only thing better than a good old Sunday Roast? A Sunday Roast with free-flowing wine of course! And at just £18 you can take your pick of sirloin, chicken and pork belly or opt for homemade pork sausages and heritage beetroot tart for veggies, all whilst sipping on crisp, expertly-chosen wines all the live long day. 

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Where is it? 

3 South Place, London, EC2M 2AF

1251 

undefinedAs the latest venture from renowned chef and TV star James Cochran, it’s clear 1251's roasts are the creme de la creme. This Islington spot is the ideal place for a sumptuous roast, though they breathe new life into it with a Scottish and West Indian twist. At just £25 per person you can feast on tender, juicy meats like cote de bouef with slow braised short rib, truffle cauliflower cheese and much, much more.

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Where is it? 

107 Upper St, Islington, London, N1 1QN

Barge East 

undefinedFor an unforgettable meal with views of the Thames, head to Barge East in Hackney Wick where they offer a 3-course Sunday Roast for just £27. It also features one of the quirkiest interiors in this list – inside is a replica of a ship below deck and has a distinct nautical theme. Why not make it extra special by reserving the captain’s cabin? Just try not to get sea sick, please.
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Where is it? 

River Lee Sweetwater Mooring, White Post Lane, London, E9 5EN

Coin Laundry

undefinedThe ambient atmosphere and 70s revival feel (neon lighting, giant milk bottles and plenty of retro games like scrabble and pinball machines) make Coin Laundry a great neighbourhood hangout. The roasts come with all the good stuff - huge roasties, huge Yorkshire's, huge everything - and delicious gravy, though one of the biggest draws may be the starters: try the spiced lamb croquettes with mint and aioli or mussels in cider for a classically British experience.q
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Where is it? 

70 Exmouth Market, London, EC1R 4QP

Alternative Roasts in London

Fancy something a little more adventurous than your standard meat-and-two-veg? These restaurants will see to that.

Kahani

undefinedGet a banquet fit for a sultan at Kahani, a chic Indian restaurant in Belgravia, for just £30. They fuse British and Indian cuisine in their decadent Sunday Roasts, which come with cumin-roasted potatoes, veggie and paneer kulcha and starters like tandoori calamari served with a spicy dollop of Kasoondi mustard.

Where is it? 

1 Wilbraham Place, London, SW1X 9AE

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Sagardi

undefinedSagardi’s Basque twist packs in flavour upon flavour in the most rustically beautiful environment. As promoters of the authentic cuisine and the traditions of the region, this Shoreditch site also features a butcher’s shop, charcoal pit and signature Basque grills - they really aren't messing about here! Get two courses for £26 or 3 for £30 and enjoy delicacies like pate de campagne, Idiazabal cheese, grilled duck with quince sauce and more, along with traditional British roasts.

Where is it? 

Cordy House, 95 Curtain Road, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 3BS

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The Meet - Clapham

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The Meet is a plant-friendly pop-up located in Clapham that specialises in vegan Roasts. It'll inspire even the most die-hard carnivores to try some plant-based foods. Their ‘Sunday Best’ section include The Forager, a chestnut and root veg studded mushroom, along with a classic nut roast, both of which are served with all trimmings and drizzled in red wine gravy.

Where is it? 

15-16 Lendal Terrace, London, SW4 7UX

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