If you find yourself hankering for a Sunday Roast like Mum used to make, check out our list of Sunday Roast restaurants in London to fulfil those carnivorous desires. There's nothing better than a succulent joint, crispy roast potatoes and finely cooked vegetables to guide you to that all-important Sunday nap and the following Sunday Roast restaurants in London will help you do just that.
Annie's is a delightful brasserie style restaurant serving a sumptuous selection of modern European dishes from a spacious and relaxed venue in Grove Park.
162 Thames Road,
Meat options for the Sunday roast include beef, lamb shank or half a chicken. All are served with vegetables, potatoes and a huge Yorkshire pudding.
228 Battersea Bridge Road,
Ferraris is a contemporary Italian eatery offering authentic cuisine made with Italian produce wherever possible. The restaurant features an open kitchen where experienced chefs create fresh pizza, pasta, meat and seafood dishes.
39 East Street,
Kensington's Ffiona's is a well established, cosy neighbourhood restaurant offering a menu of classic British dishes. Using locally sourced produce, a typical menu may include steak and kidney pie, chicken kiev and sticky toffee pudding. At the weekends Ffiona's offers an Anglo-American brunch menu which includes bacon and eggs, buttermilk waffles and American pancakes.
51 Kensington Church Street,
The Fire Stables in Wimbledon has a fantastic reputation amongst locals.
27-29 Church Road,
Gillray's Steakhouse and Bar is a sophisticated steakhouse within The County Hall. Using English cattle, the restaurant offers nine cuts of steaks such as Porterhouse and T-Bones, and offers a signature dish: the 1000g Bull's Head steak.
The Bar at Gillray's boasts a comprehensive selection of gin and cocktails that take their name from popular James Gillray sketches. Cocktails are ordered by historical era from the Georgian to the Edwardian, and with more 60 gins to choose from, there is something suit everyone.
London Marriott Hotel County Hall,
Westminster Bridge Road,
Hawksmoor is a British steakhouse and cocktail bar. Chef Richard Turner heads the kitchen and serves dishes such as Longhorn cattle steaks cooked on a charcoal grill. The cocktail list offers a wide choice of both classic favourites and modern creations which are prepared by award winning bartenders.
157a Commercial Street,
Hawksmoor is a British steakhouse offering a variety of meats from North Yorkshire which are cooked on a charcoal grill. An extensive wine list is available to complement your meal.
11 Langley Street,
Stunning Sunday roasts from around £16 from this reputable bar and restaurant in St James's Park.
St James's Park,
Jam Circus is a beautiful, open pub that is also Brockley's coffee spot, a place rammed on the weekends and Sundays for their gorgeous roasts, free wi-fi, and live music.
330-332 Brockley Road,
This cracking little Southwark restaurant and bar does a seriously good Sunday roast, whether it's thyme roasted corn-fed chicken, a roasted fricasee of mushrooms, butternut squash and sundried tomatoes or the melt-in-the-mouth magnificence of the roast Aberdeen Angus beef onglet marinated in Kernel London Porter.
154 Blackfriars Road,
Despite its slightly strange location in Whiteleys, this is one of the best restaurants in the area for a Sunday roast. But it doesn't just stop at Sundays. There's a different roast on offer in the evenings every day of the week with options including mallard and venison.
8 Porchester Gardens,
Mews of Mayfair is a stylish restaurant with an informal and friendly atmosphere. They offer mouth watering modern cooking using fresh, local and French produce. Relax and enjoy the sociable surroundings and beautifully prepared food.
10 Lancashire Court, New Bond Street,
This good-looking retreat in Marylebone serves an excellent Sunday roast, including especially good lamb and beef. Yorkshire puddings are huge; roast potatoes deliciously crisp; the gravy rich and dessert selection second to none. All in all, a very good spot for Sunday lunch.
The Marylebone Hotel,
108 Marylebone Lane,
Quo Vadis is now open on Sundays for lunch and dinner offering the finest British ingredients available. Entertainment provided, should you be bringing the offspring.
26-29 Dean Street,
Traditional Sunday Roast served every Sunday with live music to accompany your meal and high chairs for younger diners.
The Floral Hall,
Source Battersea is a farm to table restaurant offering simple, seasonal meals. Using produce from carefully sourced suppliers, a dinner menu at Source Battersea may include crab toast, Jacob's ladders and bourbon bread & butter pudding.
Ransome's Dock, Unit 29,
35-37 Parkgate Road,
The Watermill Restaurant and Grill is situated within the Merton Abbey Mills and offers a fine array of British and modern European meals. With a popular Sunday carvery, it's ideal for families.
Merton Abbey Mills,
12 Watermill Way,
Roast dinners at the Horse are served on Sunday until they run out, accompanied by live acoustic jazz music.
94 Brixton Hill,