Best Roast Dinners in Glasgow

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

18 Best Sunday Roasts Glasgow Has To Offer

Leven Valley – Stonehouse Carvery

7 Allerdyce Court, Drumchapel, Glasgow G15 6SA

Enjoy freshly carved, slow cooked roasts exactly how you like them, with Yorkshire pudding and help yourself to as many vegetables, potatoes, sauces and gravy as you like.

Traditional carvery from £9.99

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The Drum and Monkey

91 St Vincent Street, Glasgow G2 5TF

The Drum and Monkey was a former a bank building, and retains an air of grandeur. Here you will enjoy stovies – a traditional Scottish dish of slow cooked beef Rib, root vegetables and potatoes cooked in a rich gravy served with crusty bread,  seasonal greens and glazed Chantenay carrots.

From £12.50

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The Curler’s Rest

256-260 Byres Road, Glasgow, G12 8SH

Combining the best in Scottish pub hospitality with individuality, character and quirky charm, The Curlers Rest is located on Byres Road, the heart and soul of Glasgow’s cosmopolitan West End.

This pub also serves stovies, a dish of slow cooked beef Rib, root vegetables and potatoes cooked in a rich gravy served with crusty bread,  seasonal greens and glazed Chantenay carrots.

From £12.50

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The Butchershop Bar And Grill

1055 Sauchiehall Street, Glasgow G3 7UD

Enjoy sirloin of beef or pork chops with  homemade Yorkshire pudding,carrots, celeriac, turnip, grilled corn, roast potatoes, green beans, beef dripping gravy.

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Mitchell’s Restaurant

107 Waterside Road, Clarkston, Glasgow, Lanarkshire G76 9DU

At Mitchell’s enjoy pan roasted chicken stuffed with haggis, wrapped in prosciutto ham, mashed potato and turnip tower or a char grilled prime Scottish fillet steak, peppercorn sauce & dauphinoise potatoes for a bit of a twist on a traditional roast dinner.

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Open from 12 noon

Alston Bar and Beef

Glasgow Central Station, 79 Gordon Street, Glasgow, UK G1 3SL

Choose from a 35 day dry-aged steak or aged Tweed Valley beef, chicken breast, spiced lentil & cauliflower roast all served with roast potatoes, orange poached carrot with herb crumb, shredded hispi cabbage, Yorkshire pudding and unlimited gravy!

Two courses from £19; three courses from £22

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The Cricklewood

27 Hamilton Road, Bothwell, G71 8LZ

Located in the heart of Bothwell, The Cricklewood is a family-friendly local, offering traditional Scottish fayre in a relaxed pub atmosphere. Enjoy a choice of succulent meat, with all the trimmings and gravy served in a large homemade Yorkshire pudding.

From £12.95

Served from 12 noon

Mini Grill

244a Bath Street, Glasgow  G2 4JW

This family-run eatery has a small but expertly curated menu, with traditional gastro dishes amidst a unique range of Scottish twists. Including an intriguing haggis trio. There’s a choice of roast beef, chicken supreme, slow braised beef cheek steak pie all served with roast potatoes, Yorkshire pudding and seasonal vegetables.

Priced at £15

Available Sunday only

The Lovable Rogue

333 Great Western Road, Glasgow G4 9HS

On Sundays at The Loveable Rogue tuck into our epic roast beef with all the trimmings, giant fluffy Yorkshire puddings and lashings of gravy. There’s Speyside Beef, Brisket Mac ‘n’ Cheese, Beef Fat Garlic Roasties, Honey Root Veg, Yorkies, Vegetable Ecrasé, Red Wine Gravy.

£40 for two

Served from 12 noon

Porter and Rye

1131 Argyle Street, Glasgow G3 8ND

Porter & Rye is at the heart of Finnieston’s thriving community, aiming to deliver wild and foraged food onto every plate. Enjoy roast beef, braised ox cheek, bone marrow gravy, beef dripping Yorkshire puddings, honey glazed carrots, tenderstem, cabbage and roast potatoes.

Roast dinner £25

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Church on the Hill

16 Algie Street, Glasgow G41 3DJ

A community bar, run by locals, for locals, intent on celebrating the Southside!  Here you can enjoy a steak and ale pie with Braised shin of Borders beef in Cold Town Beer gravy with roast heritage roots and rustic fries.

From £13.95

Served from 12 noon to 10.00pm

Waxy O’Connor’s

44 West George Street, Glasgow G2 1DH

Receive a warm Irish welcome at the award-winning Waxy O’Connor’s, Glasgow’s biggest and best Irish bar. Enjoy a roast chicken breast with haggis sauce and colcannon or a steak & Guinness pie with savoy cabbage, peas and tarragon and chips.

From £12

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The Spanish Butcher

80 Miller Street, Glasgow G1 1DT

You can eat beef or lamb with Homemade Yorkshire pudding, seasonal vegetables, roast potatoes, pan roast gravy. Or for vegetarians a cauliflower steak, potatoes “a la pobre”, caperberries piquillo peppers and salsa verde.

Two courses £21, three courses £25

From 12 noon – 5.00pm


232 Woodlands Road, Glasgow G3 6ND

Situated in the West End of Glasgow, a short walk from Kelvingrove Park and Glasgow University, Dram! provides a relaxed and informal atmosphere. They serve aseasonal Sunday roast and vegan roast with all the trimmings.


Served from 12 noon

The Butterfly And The Pig

153 Bath Street, Glasgow G2 4SQ

The butterfly and pig’s shabby chic interior with its mismatched furniture and vintage wallpaper is a relaxed welcoming place. Savour onslow roasted pork belly served with creamy mash, garlic greens and a cider jus.


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The Drake

1 Lynedoch Street, Kelvingrove, Glasgow G3 6EF

The a la carte menu has a mix of British classics, some with an international twist such as the beef and oxtail ravioli or the pan fried fillet of pollock served with a samphire grass.  There’s Ayrshire pork belly with savoy cabbage, glazed carrots and jus  or pan roast chicken with peas and broad bean fricassee and chicken jus.

From £11

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28 Gibson Street, Glasgow G12 8NX

A relaxed, lively space serving experimental, worldly food, and traditional Scottish measures. Here you can samplehaggis neeps & tatties (that’s haggis with mashed swede and potatoes to you and I).

From £8.50

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11 Ruthven Lane, Glasgow G12 9BG

The Bothy is a quintessential Scottish restaurant. Their roast dinner is a farmed and foraged take on a classic, featuring homemade Yorkshires, honey and thyme roasted roots, duck fat roast potatoes, and a rich and shiny jus.

£18 per person

Available every Sunday until it runs out.

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