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Top 5: Sunday roasts in London

9 November 2017 Katie Da Cunha Lewin

Now it feels much more wintery it’s only right that we direct our attention to our stomachs. What’s more comforting than a good old-fashioned roast? We’ve got a round of up of some amazing London restaurants and pubs.

The Crooked Well
 
Camberwell is an amazing place for food from all around the world. This pub, just off the high street on Grove Road is only adding to that reputation. The menu changes regularly, but they serve the classic roasts, along with delicious sharing pies – the rabbit and bacon is particularly delicious. Serving lots of local beers and handpicked wine alongside, this South London treat will not disappoint.

The Crooked Well is in Camberwell.


Image credit: The Crooked Well


Roast
 
Nestled just inside Borough market, this amazing roast place prioritises high quality British produce. Serving classics like lamb with rosemary and garlic, or pork belly with applesauce, you can also add to the gluttony with apple and pear crumble or sticky date pudding.  They also serve some amazing fresh seafood, to make your Sunday that bit more luxurious.
 
Roast is in Borough.


Image credit: Roast via their website

The Marksman
 
With gorgeous minimalist décor, and muted colours, the dining room of this East London favourite is a suitably relaxing location for a Sunday roast. The menu changes daily, but along with their roasts, look out for cured fish, their famous beef and barley bun and an amazing brown butter honey tart.
 
The Marksman is in Hoxton.


Image credit: The Marksman

Parlour
 
This North-West London gem is pretty new to the roast scene but is making its mark with amazing food, hand picked coffees and craft beers. Try one of their inventive starters (the blue cheese custard stands out) and then take your pick of venison, beef or a nut roast. Polish it all off with a cocktail and wait for the food sleeps to take hold.
 
Parlour is in Kensal Green.
 
Anchor and Hope
 
The Anchor and Hope have an extensive and imaginative menu. With starters of smoked eel or deep fried rabbit, and mains of grouse and porcini lasagne, this is a true foodies dream. They also offer up lamb, beef or three cheese souffle for the veggies. Situated just by Southwark station, it is also the perfect place for a Sunday winter walk to walk off your lunch.
 
Anchor and Hope is in Waterloo.


Image credit: Anchor and Hope (c) Patricia Niven
 
 
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