There’s nothing more British than tucking into a hearty roast on a Sunday afternoon, and when it comes to finding the perfect place for a mouth-watering Sunday lunch, Bath doesn’t disappoint.
If you’re after traditional pub grub, there are plenty of options to choose from. The Marlborough Tavern’s delicious options include Somerset lamb rump, free-range chicken breast, and butternut squash, wild mushroom and spinach wellington. The Locksbrook Inn offer beef, pork belly, chicken breast or homemade nut roast with all the trimmings. Or go family-style with a sharing roast at the Hare & Hounds, which offers a platter of three roast meats served with roast potatoes, braised red cabbage, carrot and swede mash, Chantenay carrots, broccoli and red wine gravy.
Go local at Green Park Brasserie, where you can opt for Newton Farm topside beef and Yorkshire pudding or Castlemead free-range chicken breast with bread sauce, both served with roast potatoes and seasonal Bath Farmers’ Market vegetables. You can also tuck into Castlemead chicken at Framptons Café Bar and Kitchen, with alternative options including belly pork or lamb rump from Jamie’s Farm, and Jarret’s Farm beef. Alternatively, visit Castle Farm in Midford, where you can enjoy a family-style roast including rump of beef from Robert Pitkin, dry-aged pork loin from Orchard Farm and Castlemead chicken, or opt for the veggie or vegan roast of the day.
Many of the city’s luxury hotels also offer delicious three-course Sunday lunches. The Dispensary at No.15 Great Pulteney serves up indulgent roast dinners complete with carrot purée, Yorkshire pudding, seasonal greens, roast potatoes and cauliflower cheese. At the triple AA Rosette-winning Dan Moon at the Gainsborough Restaurant, you can choose from Aberdeen Angus beef, sea bream, corn-fed chicken, and cranberry and sage nut roast. Or head to the Brasserie by Lucknam Park for tasty options including Roundway Hill pork, Cornish hake, and a butterbean and walnut roast.
If you prefer your Sunday lunch meat-free, indulge in a delicious two- or three-course meal at OAK Restaurant. With a seasonally changing menu, expect fresh flavours sourced locally.
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