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Here’s where to get the best Sunday roast in Birmingham

By December 15, 2019 No Comments

Nothing says Sunday quite like a roast dinner. Meat, crispy roast potatoes, lashings of gravy, Yorkshire puds – what’s not to love? And with a host of fantastic places across the city, you’ll be left spoilt for choice on where to dine if you don’t fancy cooking at home.

The Old Crown | Digbeth

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As the oldest pub in the city, The Old Crown has had plenty of time to master making the very best Sunday roast. With an entire menu, you can choose from gammon, turkey or a duo of beef, complete with all the trimmings. There is also a great range of veggie options and plenty of craft ales, beers, wines and soft drinks to wash your meal down with. Click here to view the menu in full and book a table.

Baked in Brick | Custard Factory

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While Baked in Brick is probably best known for serving up some seriously good award-winning street food, but it also does one heck of a mouthwatering Sunday roast. Options include 35 day dry aged beef topside, smoked pork belly and apple sauce, pan roast hake and a veggie dish, all served with a tasty range of sides. And if you have room, there’s a really good range of indulgent puds on offer. View the venue in full here.

The Red Lion | Jewellery Quarter

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We’ve heard amazing things about The Red Lion’s Sunday roasts over the years. A beautifully cosy venue in the heart of the JQ, here, you can enjoy healthy portions of delicious cuts of meat, complete with all the trimmings and oodles of gravy. Hugely popular with the people of Hockley, make sure you book a table to try it out for yourself. Click here to find out more about dining at The Red Lion.

The Loft Lounge | Bromsgrove St, Gay Village

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Serving up hearty meals from 12pm – 6pm every Sunday, The Loft Lounge has a great range of choice of tasty options to fill you up. The current menu features roasted rump cap of beef, baked halibut, cod goujons and chips, goats cheese en croute and a Christmas turkey parcel. The menu changes with the seasons, so click here to view the current one in full.

Purnell’s Bistro | Newhall Street

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The second venue of Glynn Purnell, Purnell’s Bistro is the Michelin starred chefs more relaxed dining spot. Alongside its beautiful a la carte options, Purnell’s Bistro has a Sunday Lunch menu that is filled with indulgent choices. If you want to go down the traditional route, you can’t go wrong with the slow-cooked roast beef or chicken served with all the trimmings. Explore the menu here.