10 Liverpool Sunday Roast Dinners you can’t live without
Ohh the Sunday Roast, the giant of weekly routine dinners that brings together families, friends and nations (okay maybe not nations).
Whether you prefer roast chicken, beef, lamb or a tasty veggie nut roast, swimming in gravy or a dollop of bread sauce, there’s big old plate of happiness (and roasties) to please everyone, on offer around the city.
We absolutely love highlighting the best Sunday Roasts our city has to offer, and unsurprisingly, you lot love telling us where to get the best value for money too. We’ve rounded up 10 of the best Sunday Roast Dinner’s on offer in and around Liverpool, all you need to do now, is book yours!
1 – Frederiks, Hope Street
Fredericks of Hope Street offers diners a Sunday Roast as elegant as it’s Georgian Quarter surroundings. Two courses from £13.50 or three courses for £16.50, every Sunday. Booking is essential, reserve your table here.
2 – The Baltic Social, Parliament Street
The Baltic Social likes to mix things up a bit and Sunday Roasts are no exception. Fancy roast, lemon and garlic chicken, sweet potato, date and walnut roast or just a traditional roast beef dinner? Then click here to book your table at The Baltic Social this Sunday.
3 – The Brink, Parr Street
Look at that utter delight? A plate bursting with flavour and it can be yours for just £6.95. The Brink, Parr Street prides itself on creating wholesome dishes that fill bellies and nourish the soul! Veggie and kids sized options available too. Click here for more.
4 – Stanley’s Bar & Grill, Titanic Hotel
For a Sunday Roast with added wow factor, book a table at Stanley’s Bar and Grill at Titanic Hotel. The recently launched menu includes traditional roast dishes, plus cod loin and mouth-watering accompaniments. Oh and our very own Jay Hynd loves the Sticky Toffee Pudding there too! Try it for yourself, book here.
5 – Pioneer Bar & Brasserie, Crosby
Liverpool Road in Crosby is the place to dine if you’re looking for a delicious, belly-busting Roast Dinner. Head on down to Pioneer Bar & Brasserie and indulge in huge Yorkshire Puddings and Roast Beef. Book your table here.
6 – Marco Pierre White, Chapel Street
With its stylish new restaurant, bar and lounge area, plus a sun-drenched outdoor courtyard, you’re spoiled for choice when it comes to casual dining at Marco Pierre White Steakhouse & Bar at Hotel Indigo. Enjoy two or three courses of mouth-watering meat and veggie options from £16.50. Menu’s and more here.
7 – Neighbourhood, Castle Street
There’s more to Neighbourhood Liverpool than tasty sushi and steak! Sundays are made for casual dining and Neighbourhood, Castle Street offers a seriously cool, city centre setting to tuck into a delicious roast. Find out more here.
8 – The Old Stables, Allerton Manor Golf Club
The Old Stables Restaurant at Allerton Manor Golf Club invites you to unwind and dine in its stunning new, light-filled restaurant surrounded by lush green lawns and their fabulous terrace. Choose from 3 different cuts of meat each week plus lighter dishes from their A la Carte menu such as fillet of haddock or fresh linguine. Click here to view menu’s and more.
9 – Camp & Furness, Baltic Triangle
Having danced on the tables at Bongo’s Bingo, laughed your socks off on comedy night and taken all the bragging rights on quiz night at Camp and Furness, it makes sense to stick around on Sunday’s to tuck into a huge roast dinner. Look at the Yorkshires on that! Book your table here.
10 – The Old Blind School, Hardman Street
Nestled in the heart of the Georgian Quarter, The Old Blind School offers up a classic Sunday roast accompanied by fine English wines, speciality cocktails and locally sourced ales in it’s quirky yet comfortable dining room. Check it out here and book your table now.