It's a cherished British tradition and the humble Sunday roast can come in many delicious shapes and sizes. Bath certainly isn't short of amazing restaurants who create the most mouth-watering roast dinners. Here’s our selection of some of the best… 

Green Park Brasserie

Green Park Brasserie is one of Bath's most popular independent restaurants, based in the unique setting of a decommissioned Victorian railway station in the city centre. The Brasserie prides itself on being serious about Sundays, serving roast dinners from 12-4pm with the finest locally-sourced ingredients, including beef from Newton Farm (based three miles from the kitchen) and chicken from Castlemead Farm in nearby Radstock. What’s more, there’s usually a market or two in the old station concourse just outside the restaurant on most Sundays, so be sure to have a wander around while you’re there!

Close up of roast beef
Image - Green Park Brasserie

The Pig & Fiddle

This sporty city centre pub is just a stone's throw from the arty Walcot Street. Their Sunday menu includes a range of roast dinners as well as other pub classics, plus several vegetarian and vegan options, and a gluten-free menu on request. They also have a dedicated children’s menu.

roast and sharing plates
Image - The Pig & Fiddle

The Bear Inn

Head to this stylish community pub up the hill behind Bath Spa station in Bear Flat for some top quality roast dinners. They also have a private dining space which can fit up to 20 people if you're planning a family or friends day out, and they also have Sky Sports if you want to watch whatever games are on. All roasts (chicken, beef, porchetta or vegan wellington) are served with roast potatoes, mixed kale, maple-roasted carrots, mulled red cabbage, Yorkshire pudding (excluding vegan roast) and gravy.

The Bear Inn interior
Image - The Bear Inn

Town + House by Always Sunday

Town + House is a cosy neighbourhood gastropub by local business Always Sunday, located on the western side of the historic Cleveland Bridge in the north of the city. Not only will you be able to choose from a range of delicious roasts which live up to the name, but also a selection of seasonal cocktails and wines from indie Bath supplier Wolf Wine to compliment your meal. Their roasts have been rated among the top ten in the country by Rate Good Roasts, with children-sized roast dinners also available.

The Elder

If you're looking for a more refined setting for a special occasion, head to the dining room at The Elder for their Sunday roast set menu, where you can enjoy two courses for £35 or three courses for £42. Roasts are served between 12.30pm - 2.30pm, 6pm until 8.30pm if you prefer a later roast dinner.

Sunday roast at The Elder
Image - The Elder


In the mood for something a bit different? Every Sunday, Pieminister serves up their Sunday Best, a combination of your choice of pie with mash, a giant Yorkshire pudding, carrot & swede mash, baby garlic & kale roast potatoes and a honey & mustard pig and pork scratching, with lashings of gravy. They have several vegan and vegetarian pies and sides from you to customise your meal too.

The Griffin

Every Sunday this historic pub (dating back to 1730) offers a roast dinner from 12-7pm alongside a selection of their main menu dishes.

The Griffin pub exterior
Image - The Griffin

Brasserie Beau

If you're looking for a late roast, Brasserie Beau on South Parade serves until 9pm every Sunday. Their traditional roasts all come with roast potatoes and Yorkshire pudding, and you can choose from a selection of high quality meats, or a fish or vegetarian option.

Brasserie Beau in Bath
Image - Brasserie Beau

The Northey Arms

The Northey Arms is another pub steeped in history, based just outside Bath in the beautiful Wiltshire village of Box, the home of Isambard Kingdom Brunel's famed railway tunnel. Part of the Butcombe Brewery family of pubs, The Northey Arms prides itself on serving delicious food and drink. You'll be spoilt for choice on Sundays, with rumps of Hereford and Angus beef, pork belly porchetta courtesy of local Wiltshire farmer Cameron Naughton, and chicken from Castlemead Farm all on the menu. 

Image: The Northey Arms

Newton Farm Cafe

Sunday roasts don't come much fresher than at Newton Farm Cafe, where you can savour scrumptious meals crafted from the farm's own produce, including beef, lamb, pork and chicken, as well as their special 'Combi Roast,' which offers a delectable combination of Newton's beef and pork, served with Yorkshire puddings. 

Image: Newton Farm Cafe 

Lock Keeper 

Situated a few miles outside Bath in the nearby town of Keynsham, the Lock Keeper has it all; a stunning riverside location and huge beer garden, with a kitchen serving freshly prepared British food. Their Sunday menu consists of all your favourites, including beef, chicken, and pork belly, as well as the option to put them all together in their 'Chef's Roast,' alongside the all-important Yorkshire puddings, sage and onion stuffing, and pork crackling. 

Image: Lock Keeper, credit Young's 

The Chequers

The Chequers has been a favourite with locals and visitors to Bath for over 200 years. Located in a great spot between Royal Crescent and The Circus, the pub has garnered widespread acclaim for its Sunday roast menu and also features in the Michelin guide. 

Walcot House

Set in a former bakery on Walcot Street, Walcot House prides itself on delivering wholesome, flavour-driven hospitality. The restaurant’s Sunday roasts are not only stunning to look at, but also a delight to eat; options include a slow braised Wiltshire Horn lamb shoulder, slow cooked Tamworth pork belly, and sirloin beef cooked rare. Vegetarian diners can treat themselves to a butternut squash, lentil and mushroom pithivier with mushroom gravy. 

The Architect

The Architect has taken over the ground floor space in the old Empire Hotel, a stone's throw from Bath Abbey and Pulteney Bridge. They take pride in serving up freshly prepared modern pub grub, so it's no surprise they do a great Sunday roast. 

The Salamander

One of Bath’s oldest pubs, The Salamander is nestled between Milsom Street and Queen Square. Sit and watch the world go by with a ‘Ruby Red’ topside of beef, lamb shoulder, braised pork belly, or the Salamander’s vegan nut roast with all the traditional trimmings. 

Country pub roasts

Ring o' Bells, Chew Magna

A cosy country pub, Ring o' Bells is on the doorstep of Chew Valley lake won Gold for 'Dining Pub' at Taste of the West Awards 2022.

Sunday roast at Ring o Bells
Image - Ring o' Bells

The Old Crown Inn, Kelston 

Based a few miles out of Bath city centre in the small village of Kelston, The Old Crown Inn sits at the foot of Kelston Round Hill, a popular destination for walkers seeking spectacular views of the city and surrounding countryside. Head over on Sundays for a roast sirloin of beef, chicken supreme, cider-roasted pork belly, or a vegetarian mushroom nut roast. If you fancy it, brave the climb up to the Round Hill, or lounge in the pub’s spacious garden. 

Hungry for more? Find more places to feast in Bath


Green Park Brasserie
The exterior of Green Park Brasserie, Bath

Green Park Brasserie is a popular independent live music restaurant specialising in locally sourced food with free live music four evenings a week.

Hare & Hounds
Hare and Hounds

Glorious gastropub menus, outstanding views.

The Elder

The Elder is an amazing dining experience that takes the guest on a seasonal journey through the best of British ingredients.

The Marlborough Tavern
The Marlborough Tavern exterior

Located a stone’s throw from the Royal Crescent, The Marlborough Tavern combines the atmosphere of a friendly, local pub with the food quality of a top restaurant, making it a firm favourite in Bath.

The Pig & Fiddle
Pig and Fiddle interior

An iconic pub in the heart of Bath, refurbished with a stunning new look, all-day food offering and regular live sport.

The Bear Inn
The Bear Inn seating

A community inn with a great selection of craft beers and gastro food, The Bear Inn really has it all everything a friendly local pub needs.

The Griffin Inn
The Griffin exterior

An iconic pub with rooms in Bath's city centre, The Griffin Inn offers a lively, but laidback space to unwind – over a pint, over a meal or overnight.



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