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The Ultimate Guide to Sunday Roasts in Bath

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

Hare & Hounds

Choose between three scrumptious roasts at the Hare & Hounds. Will you go for the Wiltshire pork belly, the succulent sirloin or the delicious vegetarian option? Roasts are crowned with a ginormous light and fluffy Yorkshire pud. In the summer, dine out on the terrace and admire the far-reaching views over Bath.

Bath Brew House

The Bath Brew House is a down-to-earth gastropub with an onsite microbrewery. They also happen to do some of the best roast dinners in the city, complete with all the traditional trimmings. There’s live music from 4pm on a Sunday, so you can enjoy your roast whilst listening to cool riffs! 

The Chequers

The Chequers has been a favourite with locals and visitors for over 200 years. They’re located in a great spot between the Royal Crescent and the Circus, and specialise in their unique Sharing Roast. Share a rack of hogget and confit belly topped with the traditional roast potatoes, seasonal veg and red wine gravy.

The Huntsman

Located in a Grade II listed building in the very heart of Bath, The Huntsman is a comfy gastropub serving up delicious freshly cooked dishes. Traditional roasts are rightly served with a giant Yorkshire pudding, honey-glazed carrots and parsnips, twice-cooked roasties, creamed leeks, braised red cabbage with pancetta and red wine gravy. What a feast!

Green Park Brasserie

Green Park Brasserie

Green Park Brasserie is one of Bath's most popular independent restaurants. Based in an old Victorian railway station, the Brasserie serves locally sourced Sunday Roast lunches with beef from Newton Farm (three miles from their kitchen) and Castlemead Farm chicken. On most Sundays you can find an Antiques or Flea Market during the day outside the restaurant in the old train station which dates back to the mid 1800s!

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