The quest to find the best Sunday roast in Bristol is a tough but enjoyable task. We wanted to share some of our favourites and what we think is the best in Bristol.
EDIT: this list was updated on 6th November 2017
The Old Bookshop
Bedminster’s finest – The Old Bookshop does a bloody marvellous roast, crispy potatoes, tender meat and delicious puddings. What more do you need?
Winner of Best Sunday Lunch in the 2016 Foozie Awards
Address: 65 North St, Bristol BS3 1ES
The Green Man
Getting glowing reviews every week on Bristol Sunday Roast Club Facebook Group, The Green Man is up there with the best in Bristol and their parsnip crisps are a stand our favourite.
Address: 21 Alfred Place, Kingsdown, BS2 8HD
If you like lots of rare beef with super rich and tasty gravy to go with it, then The Ox is the one for you. This one is a real treat!
Address: 43 Corn St, Bristol BS1 1HT & 96A Whiteladies Road, Clifton, BS8 2QX
Tucked away behind Cabot, it can be easy to miss the Volunteer Tavern but oh you mustn’t. A delicious roast, and I once had a bacon brownie there… Need I say more?!
Address: 9 New St, Near Cabot Circus, Bristol BS2 9DX
The Kensington Arms
Up high in the roast stakes ‘The Kenny’ in Redland does not disappoint. A bit higher on price, so perhaps one closer to payday but definitely worth it in taste and quality.
Address: 35-37 Stanley Rd, Bristol BS6 6NP
Jamaica Street Stores
The new kid on the block; Jamaica Street Stores is causing quite the stir. Not only are they pumping out one of the best Sunday lunches but their daytime and evening menus are both really on-point.
The Bank Tavern
The Bank Tavern is one of Bristol least known big hitters when it comes to Sunday Lunch. The roasts are so good and such great value that it can be classed as a true hidden gem. You’re welcome!
Winner of Best Sunday Lunch in the 2017 Foozie Awards
Address: 8 John St, Bristol BS1 2HR
Not only will you be sat in one Bristol’s coolest venues, but Yurt Lush also create on the best weekly roasts. If you want to impress friends or family from outside of Bristol, this should be top of your list.
The Gloucester Old Spot
A great pub in general, the Old Spot has great Sunday roast options with all the trimmings. Even their veggie option is banging, and they do a good selection of starters and wines.
Address: 138 Kellaway Ave, Bristol BS6 7YQ
One of Bristol’s longest standing ‘top restaurants’, it’s no surprise that Bells Diner kicks out a fierce Sunday roast. Their wine menu is seriously epic, so get a taxi to this one.