Best Roast Dinners in Bristol

Looking for the perfect place for Roast Dinners Bristol has plenty to choose from, whether you are looking for the best roast in Bristol any time of the week or specifically the Best Sunday Roast Bristol Sunday Lunch Bristol or Sunday Dinner Bristol can provide you with them all, check out :

Best Sunday Roasts Bristol Has to Offer

The Bank Tavern

8 John St, Bristol BS1 2HR

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The legendary roasts at the Bank Tavern have been the talk of the town for several years now, having been crowned the home of Bristol’s best Sunday Lunch at the Observer Food Monthly Awards 2019.

They offer vegetarian options, as well as classic meat offerings. There is dry aged rare topside of beef; slow cooked pork belly; vegetable & lentil loaf and all roasts come served with yorkshire pudding, roast potatoes, parsnip puree, creamy leeks, braised red cabbage and seasonal vegetables.

Priced from £11.95

Served from 12 noon

The Vittoria

57 Whiteladies Rd, Bristol BS8 2LY

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If there was a prize for the Bristol pub with the most eclectic framed pictures on its walls, the Vittoria would win.

For your Sunday roast dinner there is a choice of beef, pork or a vegetarian option served with carrots, greens, cauliflower cheese, roast potatoes, parsnip and a Yorkshire pudding.

Priced from £13

Served from 12 noon

Cloak & Dagger

184 Cheltenham Rd, Cotham, Bristol BS6 5RB

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Situated between Gloucester Road and Stokes Croft, The Cloak and Dagger is a brand new restaurant, bar, and grassroots event venue.

All mains come with roast potatoes, cauliflower and broccoli cheese, braised red cabbage, Yorkshire pudding, runner beans, creamed leeks, tenderstem broccoli and gravy.

There is umami short rib, chicken supreme or Jerusalem artichoke cake.

Priced from £18.50

Served from 12 noon

The Lock Up

182 Church Rd, Redfield, Bristol BS5 9HX

Here they offer modern British dishes and a Sunday Roast.

Roasts are all served with Yorkshire pudding, roast potatoes, vegetables and gravy.

There is beef, pork belly, lamb or a vegetarian/vegan option.

Priced from £14, children’s roast £8

Served from 12 noon

The Cross Hands

1 Staple Hill Rd, Bristol BS16 5AA

Enjoy a truly mouth-watering roast dinner you don’t want to miss.

The roast dinners are served with roast potatoes, red cabbage, seasonal greens, roasted carrots, Yorkshire pudding and gravy.

You can choose from roast beef, pork belly, roast lamb or chicken or a nut roast.

Single Course £13.95; 2 Courses £17.45; 3 Courses £20.95

Served 12 noon – 5.00pm

The Highbury Vaults

164 St Michael’s Hill, Bristol BS2 8DE

Dating back to the early 1800’s, this pub is still very traditional inside with leather bench seating and its original snug bar with a jug and bottle.

Roast dinners consist of slow roasted beef brisket or chicken or veggie options.

These are served with dripping roast potatoes, double egg Yorkshire pudding, cauliflower cheese, honey & thyme roasted carrots, steamed broccoli and spring greens, celeriac puree and proper gravy

Priced from £13.95

Served from 12 noon

The Chequers Inn

Hanham Mills, Ferry Rd, Bristol BS15 3NU

The Chequers Inn is on the banks of the River Avon, in South Gloucestershire. Every Sunday they have a freshly prepared and seasonal Sunday roast.

They’ll be juicy meat, giant Yorkies, seasonal vegetables and proper gravy; they even serve carefully crafted Bloody Mary’s!

There’s no better day to bring all of the family together.

Priced from £14.25

Served from 12 noon

The Gallimaufry

26-28 Gloucester Rd, Bishopston, Bristol BS7 8AL

This is a large, quirky wine bar with an outdoor terrace, plus a Modern European restaurant.

Depending on availability they offer a choice of overnight rump of beef, leg of lamb, confit belly of pork free range chicken.

Their vegan nut roast – currently cashew and pecan – is a tasty alternative. All served with seasonal vegetables.

Visit the website for further details


2 Portwall Ln, Redcliffe, Bristol BS1 6NB

Pasture is a new Steak House and late night bar brought to you by Chef Owner Sam Elliott. Pasture restaurant is a celebration of fire-based cooking and incredible local ingredients.

Their roast dinners are all served with roast potatoes, leek gratin, farm greens, celeriac puree, yorkshire puddings and bottomless gravy.

You can enjoy pork belly, beef, lamb or nut roast.

Priced from £17

Served from 12 noon

Bar 44

18-20 Regent St, Clifton, Bristol BS8 4HG

Situated in an old bank on Regent Street, Clifton village, the building has been lovingly and inspirationally refurbished bringing a fun and sophisticated tapas style restaurant space.

On Sundays there is roast beef or lamb served with chorizo Yorkshire pudding, Jamón fat roast bravas potatoes, rosemary, garlic, thyme, Manchego cauliflower cheese, Hispi cabbage, jamón butter roast carrots with honey and thyme and red wine gravy.

There are also vegan and gluten free options.

Priced from £36; children’s roast £6

Served from 12 noon

The Knowle

Leighton Rd, Knowle, Bristol BS4 2LL

The Knowle has a beautiful walled garden, real ales on tap, quizzes, tasting menus and everything in between.

Choose from braised beef shin; chicken supreme, roasted pork belly and a not roast.

These are served with roast potatoes, Yorkshire pudding, maple-glazed carrots, fine beans, braised red cabbage, sauteed kale, cauliflower cheese and gravy.

Priced from £12.50; children £6.50

Served 12 noon – 4.00pm

The Kensington Arms

35-37 Stanley Rd, Redland, Bristol BS6 6NP

The Kensington Arms serves a rare 32-day dry aged organic sirloin, celeriac, yorkie and roast potatoes; saddleback pork belly; Mushroom, hazelnut, apricot and cheddar loaf; Apricot and spinach stuffed shoulder of lamb.

These all come served with buttered greens, cauliflower cheese, braised red cabbage, orange and butter glazed carrots, sherry glazed beetroot.

Two courses £25 Three courses £29

Served from 12 noon

Victoria Park

66 Raymend Rd, Bristol BS3 4QW

The Victoria Park pub Sunday roasts are served with crisp roast potatoes, Yorkshire pudding, roast carrots and parsnips, savoy cabbage and a Beef red wine gravy.

They offer free top-ups on roasties, Yorkshires, veg and gravy. You can choose from butternut squash and cranberry roast; lamb shank or chicken supreme they also serve children’s portions.

Visit the website for further details

The Spotted Cow

139 North St, Bedminster, Bristol BS3 1EZ

The pub has a rich heritage dating back to Bedminster’s agricultural past and has stood for over 200 years.

Sunday roasts are served with roast potatoes, squash puree, red cabbage, seasonal vegetables and gravy.

There is Hereford cross beef; chicken breast; pork loin; lamb leg or a vegetarian Wellington.

Priced from £12.95

Served from 12 noon

The Lazy Dog

112 Ashley Down Rd, Bishopston, Bristol BS7 9JR

At the Lazy Dog you can choose from beef with homemade horseradish sauce; Gressingham duck, pork belly, veggie pithivier or mocken chicken (vegan); this is all served with all of the trimmings.

Priced from £12.50

Served from 12 noon

The Shakespeare

Lower Redland Rd, Redland, Bristol BS6 6SS

The Shakespeare serve roast rump of beef 16; slow roasted leg of lamb; belly of pork; ¼ roast chicken; the ‘Farmyard Feast’; butternut squash and mushroom wellington or sweet potato, lentil and nut roast.

All roasts are served with roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables and gravy.

Priced from £13

Served 12 noon – 4.00pm

The Grace

197 Gloucester Road, Bristol, BS7 8BG

The Grace pub serves up rare roast rump of beef, braised ox cheek; pork belly; free range roast chicken; cashew and peanut Wellington; miso glazed butternut squash; these are all served with seasonal vegetables and roast potatoes.

Priced from £12.50

Served from 12 noon

The Old Market Assembly

25 West St, Bristol BS2 0DF

Roast dinners at the Old Market Assembly are served with crispy roast potatoes, red and white savoy cabbage, cavolo nero, winter veg, beef and red wine jus and a Yorkshire pudding.

You can choose from beef, pork belly, pulled braised lamb, free range duck, goat’s cheese strudel, spiced lentil and butternut squash, Strudel with mushroom and tamari gravy nut roast.

Priced from £12 – children’s roast £7.50

Served from 12 noon

The Ox

The Basement, 43 Corn St, Bristol BS1 1HT

Tucked away in a basement beneath The Commercial Rooms on Corn Street, and now boasting a new outdoor dining area.

The Ox is a bastion of excellent food and drink. Ox roasts come served with roast potatoes, butter crushed root vegetables, braised red cabbage, house gravy.

You have a choice between Buxton’s dry aged beef rump, leg or Somerset lamb.

Priced from £18 – children 12 and under £7.50

Served from 12 noon

The Ostrich

Lower Guinea St, Redcliffe, Bristol BS1 6TJ

Perched on the edge of the historic Bristol Harbourside, The Ostrich sits proudly with its huge riverside beer garden.

Expect exciting takes on traditional pub classics, and a big focus on sharing.

From bar snacks and sharing plates, to pies and Sunday roasts and fresh fish caught daily from Brixham, they celebrate seasonal and sustainable Westcountry produce to the fullest at The Ostrich.

Visit the website for further details

The Whitmore Tap

115 Whiteladies Rd, Redland, Bristol BS8 2PB

Located in the heart of Bristol’s Whiteladies Road, Clifton, the menu is all about delicious seasonal ingredients, bold flavours and exciting takes on pub classics.

All designed to complement and celebrate their very own brews! Choose from beef, pork belly or a vegan wellington served with Yorkshire pudding, seasonal veggies, cauliflower cheese, roast potatoes and gravy.

From £13.95

Served from 12 noon

The Cottage Inn

Baltic Wharf, Cumberland Rd, Bristol BS1 6XG

The Cottage Inn dates back to 1868 and was once used by merchants for storing Baltic timber.

The menus feature daily specials and also feature their own ales where possible – like their Butcombe Gold beer-battered fish and chips. When Sunday comes, it’s all about the Great British roast!

Visit the website for further details

The Ashville

15 Leigh St, Southville, Bristol BS3 1SN

A good food pub and Steakhouse on the south side of Bristol, serving a mouth-watering range of classic steak cuts, as well as a wide variety of timeless English dishes.

The roasts at the Ashville are served with roast potatoes and seasonal vegetables, Yorkshire pudding and gravy.

You can choose from beef, pork, lamb, chicken plus vegetarian and vegan options.

Priced from £12.95 – children £6.50

Served 12 noon – 7.00pm

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