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The Roast With The Most

17.10.18

Autumn is officially here now. The days are getting shorter, the nights darker, making Sundays the perfect choice to be spent together, (over) indulging with your nearest and dearest.

The classic Sunday Roast should be the order of the day. With shorter days, colder, darker nights we are crying out for comforting classic food and we have the perfect roast for you to enjoy.

Chef & Brewer - Topside Beef Roast
Roast Topside of Beef

Get Everyone Together

All our Sunday roasts are served with garlic & rosemary goose fat roast potatoes or minted baby potatoes, buttered seasonal veg, sage & onion stuffing and a rich gravy. Crowned with a show-stopping homemade Yorkshire pudding, we really do have the roasts with the most!

There’s never been a better excuse to get everyone together for a pull out all of the stops Sunday roast. A totally stress free, indulgent and enjoyable treat for the whole family.

Re-Fuelling

Re-fuelling after an all out adventure with the family, exploring paths well trodden or those that were waiting to be discovered? Fear not: We have the roast for you! With our delicious selection of Sunday Roasts, we have the perfect warming dishes to compliment rosy cheeks and cold fingers, not forgetting a rest for your muddy boots.

Chef & Brewer - Slow Cooked Lamb Shoulder
Slow Cooked Lamb Shoulder

Sunday Best

Sometimes just having everyone together is enough of a reason to celebrate all that make Sundays special. So why not put on your Sunday best and make it a real occasion with a traditional roast. Can’t decide? We recommend going all out and tucking into our Slow Cooked Lamb Shoulder, served with roasted red onion and fresh mint you won't be disappointed! 

Meat not your thing? Our Roast Nut Wellington, with vegetarian roast potatoes, homemade Yorkshire pudding, seasonal veg and vegetarian gravy is sure to tick all the boxes.

So why not start planning your next Sunday get-together, and book your table today.

 

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