Fantastic Sunday Roasts in the City

Sunday Roasts in London
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You really can’t go wrong with a Sunday Roast. We’ve tried and tested some of the finest the City has to offer. Read on to find out more.


For all those who are heading to Blacklock to try the Sunday Roast you are in for a treat.

The ‘all in’ platter is perfect for sharers. Pre-chop bites followed by a heady mix of beef, pork and lamb skinny chops piled high on charcoal-grilled flatbreads with a choice of side each. Sounds divine we know. After having worked our way through this generous portion of food, all we can say is that Blacklock do Sunday Roasts exceedingly well.

If you’re a cocktail enthusiast, then it’ll be almost catastrophic to not order a cocktail or two from the menu.

If you’re keen to try a Sunday Roast this month then without a doubt Blacklock should be added to the list. This is a top-notch dining experience that will have you coming back again.

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Chop House City | Steak Restaurant – Blacklock

Coq d’Argent

If you’re looking to enjoy a roast in sophisticated settings, then look no further than Coq d’Argent. Not only does this venue exude elegance but it also impresses with ease.

This is a fantastic menu that is not only priced exceptionally well but also tastes delicious. Whether you’re in and around the City on a Sunday and looking for a bit to eat or you’re especially after a roast that hits the spot, look no further than the Sunday Roast menu at Coq d’Argent. The cocktails are also fabulous here.

Without a doubt, the team at City Matters is not only impressed with the price point of this roast but also the fantastic service and delicious food – the perfect way to spend a Sunday.

Coq d’Argent | Restaurant Near Bank | D&D London
No.1 Poultry EC2R 8EJ

The Libertine

This restaurant is set in the immense vaults beneath The Royal Exchange. The Libertine’s Sunday Roast is delicious, prepared with meat sourced from high-welfare farmers, locally sourced seasonal vegetables, fluffy Yorkies and crisp roasties with lashings of rich gravy. Whether you’re opting for a free- range chicken supreme roast or the dry aged sirloin beef roast – you will not be disappointed. The cheese board is also a winner and perfect for sharing.

The Libertine London

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