By the end of the weekend, the idea of slaving over a hot stove is nobody's idea of fun - which is where our pick of the best pubs for Sunday roasts in London comes in handy. Because sometimes a cosy pub is all you want, not one of these fancy restaurants. So round up your friends and relax over a few drinks and the weekend papers at one of the best pubs for Sunday roasts in London. The perfect stress-free way to enjoy the final fragments of your weekend.
More Pubs For Sunday Roasts in London
Amersham's famous carvery offers three meats and a vegetarian option every Sunday.
388 New Cross Road, New Cross, London, SE14 6TY
(020) 8469 1499
16 Grove Lane, Camberwell, London, SE5 8SY
(020) 7252 7798
Camberwell's The Crooked Well makes Sundays as idyllic as possible with a strong Bloody Mary and roasts with all the trimmings, some to share between two. There are also enticing options like rabbit and bacon pie or sea trout with samphire and fennel puree. Tuesday to Friday lunchtimes offer two courses for £10 and 20 per cent off all other food items, so make sure you book to avoid disappointment.
174 Tottenham Court Road, Bloomsbury, London, W1T 7NT
(020) 7387 7149
Fitzrovia Belle is a stylish pub with friendly and attentive staff. There is a comprehensive choice of food and drinks which can be enjoyed outside during fine weather.
7 Cavendish Parade, Clapham South, London, SW4 9DW
(020) 8772 0303
Gigalum is the ultimate in London venues. You can relax with a glass of wine outside with the warmth of the patio heaters to break the chill, or sit at the bar sipping a cocktail.
The Grafton in Kentish Town features fresh and local produce where possible in its Sunday lunch, served from midday until 6pm, or indeed, until it sells out. Get there early to avoid disappointment.
20 Prince of Wales Road, Kentish Town, London, NW5 3LG
(020) 7482 4466
Served from 12pm every Sunday, the Grazing Goat dishes up 28-day Castle of Mey rump beef, Kilvarock pork, free range chicken and West Devon shoulder of lamb. It's priced at £15.50-£17.50, which is based on two people sharing. Individual portions are also available on request.
6 New Quebec Street, Marylebone, London, W1H 7RQ
(020) 7724 7243
Sunday roasts start at £12.50 at this welcoming and idyllic Greenwich pub and restaurant.
King William Walk, Greenwich, London, SE10 9JH
(020) 8858 8791
Hack and Hop is a stylish, locals pub that has a good selection of craft beers and fine wines. There is also a varied seasonal food menu at Hack and Hop with dishes such as chicken liver parfait; Carlingford oysters; and steak tartare with goose fat chips.
35 Whitefriars Street, City, London, EC4Y 8BH
(020) 7583 8117
Opt for a traditional roast rib of beef or pork belly or venture into new territories with Caribbean curried goat or Singapore laksa for your Sunday lunch at The Jam Tree in Chelsea.
541 Kings Road, Chelsea, London, SW6 2EB
(020) 3397 3739
The Jam Tree in Clapham offers something different for your Sunday lunch - try Jamaican chicken, perhaps - or there are all the traditional roast options served with duck fat roasted potatoes and candied parsnips.
13-19 Old Town, Clapham, London, SW4 0JT
(020) 3397 4422
King Edward VII aims to bring its customers the best of British. Set in the heart of Stratford this grade II listed pub brings a truly traditional feel to the gastro experience.
47 Broadway, Stratford, London, E15 4BQ
They make the most of British produce by serving simple, fresh food, using home made sauces, freshly prepared soups and bread baked on the premises daily. Traditional Sunday roasts are immensely popular at the King Edward VII.
(020) 8534 2313
On Sundays it’s all about the roast, with Scottish beef and Welsh lamb costing £12.45, and chicken breast £11.45. For those with bigger appetite, you can order an extra Yorkshire pudding for 50p.
119 St Peter Street, Islington, London, N1 8PZ
(020) 7400 6003
Choose from 28-day aged Cattle of Mey rib beef, Kilravock pork, or free range chicken with sage and bacon stuffing.
37-39 Pimlico Road, Belgravia, London, SW1W 8NE
(020) 7881 9844
Try a farmhouse Sunday lunch at this exquisite gastro pub in Islington, where menu options include roasted whole Cornish chicken, slow roasted Old Spot pork shoulder and roast shoulder of organic Kentish lamb.
80 Liverpool Road, Islington, London, N1 0QD
(020) 7226 8304
The Princess offer a comprehensive selection of roasts. Beef, lamb, pork belly, corn-fed chicken, vegetarian and an interesting fish option too.
76 Paul Street, Shoreditch, London, EC2A 4NE
(020) 7729 9270
Exceptional Sunday roast guaranteed at this organic pub in Borough.
50 Great Dover Street, Borough, London, SE1 4YG
(020) 7357 7324
The Scolt Head's Sunday roast is a popular choice with locals in De Beauvoir. It's keenly priced too.
107a Culford Road, De Beauvoir Town, London, N1 4HT
(020) 7254 3965
The Thomas Cubitt offers three roasts, 28-day dry aged Castle of Mey Estate sirloin, roast Kilravock lamb leg and roast organic Norfolk pork and crackling, priced between £14.95 and £18.95.
44 Elizabeth Street, Belgravia, London, SW1W 9PA
(020) 7034 5404
The Vine is a warm and welcoming pub which serves a wide range of traditional beers and wines. If you are feeling hungry they have a great selection of light meals and Italian style tapas available.
86 Highgate Road, Kentish Town, London, NW5 1PB
(020) 7209 0038
The Water Poet is a charming pub in Spitalfields. The huge garden and BBQs make it a popular destination in summer months and the Sunday Lunch is a winner all year round.
9-11 Folgate Street, Spitalfields, London, E1 6BX
(020) 7426 0495