Engrained in British culture, a traditional Sunday roast is a firm family favourite and it’s even better when it’s all cooked for you! As the cooler weather sets in, we list 9 of the best pubs serving up a classic Sunday lunch. Be sure to book, they're extremely popular...
If you’re weekend plans involve a trip to Broadstairs beach, then ditch the fish & chips for a much-loved Sunday roast at the Botany Bay Hotel.
On one of the most picturesque spots of the British coast and just a minute’s stroll from the seafront, this pub makes a perfect spot for lunch with the family.
Escape the brisk autumn air with a Sunday lunch at the Sun Inn. Enjoy a range of different meats in this cosy setting with the whole family!
Served from noon until they’re all gone, the Limes serve up a tempting roast every Sunday. Take a leisurely weekend walk around the relaxed town of Faversham followed by a lunch served up to perfection with succulent meats, crispy spuds, home-made Yorkshires and expertly prepared vegetables.
This family friendly 2-floor pub is the perfect place for the best Sunday roast. Equipped with an outdoor play area, you can keep the little ones entertained and then warm up next to our real log burning fire. The best way to finish a weekend!
Why not build up an appetite on a long coastal walk along Birchington seafront followed by Sunday lunch with friends at the Minnis Bay? Indulge with a generous portion of all the delicious things that make up a scrumptious traditional roast.
Take in the sea breeze and then retreat into the Royal Marine for a special Sunday meal. Our bright and airy orangery is a stylish spot to enjoy a roast crafted with locally sourced ingredients where possible.
An historic coaching inn and a real fire make the Ostrich Inn the most comforting place for a Sunday roast. All day long, we have a choice of meats along with a full mains menu. Perfect for the family and we even supply pens and paper to keep the children creative.
You don’t want to miss out on a cracking Conningbrook carvery every Sunday. Put a date in the diary, eat your heart out and enjoy a local pint.