Food & Drink

These are London's best Sunday roasts

Published On 08/23/2013 Published On 08/23/2013
Best Roasts - London
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House of Wolf
Cubbitt House
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1. The Thomas Cubitt 44 Elizabeth Street, London, SW1W 9PA

Hit Thomas Cubitt (or sister pub The Orange), where they're now offering a four-person-minimum Sunday roast featuring a whole beef joint "with all the trimmings" for you to carve up yourselves, though if you look like you can't be trusted with sharp objects, they'll do it for you.

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2. Hawksmoor Seven Dials 11 Langley St , London, WC2H 9JG

It isn't the cheapest steakhouse you'll ever visit, but unless you make a living by recycling tin cans, it won't be the priciest, either. It's renowned for its collection of steaks and you'll always find the perfect pairing on the wine list.

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3. House of Wolf 181 Upper St, London, N1 1RQ

HoW serves up deliciously unique cocktails, like the David Bellamy (which involves an edible flower and straw as a stem), and the Wolf's Blood (that involves a bottle of cognac, hypodermic needle, and spherified black cherry). There's no telling how crazy/tasty your 'tails will be once you walk in.

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4. Horseshoe Pub 28 Heath St, Hampstead, NW3 6TE

The Horseshoe is part of Camden Town Brewery, so essentially, it's an awesome place to kick back with some crafts and bar food. They also have a Sunday brunch that boasts some of the best roast in Hampstead.

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5. The Rookery 69 Clapham Common Southside, , London, SW4 9DA

After honeymooning on the fair island of Manhattan, Rookery's owner decided to duplicate the relaxed, urban-rustic vibe of the Lower East Side, filling his white-tiled joint with reclaimed furniture & touches including an impressive iron spiral staircase and a cracked mirror so large whoever defaced it will continue to have horrible things happen to him even in the afterlife.

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6. The Pig and Butcher 80 Liverpool road, London, N1 0QD

Because "The Pig and Butcher… and Lamb and Cow, Some Top Class Chefs, and like, a Million Craft Beers" is too much to fit on a pub sign, Islington's P&B have cut things off after that ellipses, but still offer all of the above -- including a full-time butcher -- in a space whose rustic wood, chalkboards, and stained glass channel the old York rather than the new.

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7. Marquis Cornwallis 31 Marchmont St, Bloomsbury, WC1N 1AP

Their bar food consists of salt & pepper squid, and their dinner menu is chock full of seasonal items rich with flavor and color. If anything, indulge in a cocktail and their salted caramel and chocolate tart.

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8. The Modern Pantry 48 St John's Sq, Clerkenwell, EC1V 4JJ

TMP has a Sunday roast that will exceed your standards... which for brunch, are probably pretty low. Regardless, cocktails are above-average and their roast is stellar.

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9. The Albion 10 Thornhill Rd, Islington, N1 1HW

The Albion is set in an old Georgian mansion... so who wouldn't want to dine here? Go for their Sunday roast, which will make you feel like a king, and allow you to leave feeling like a peon.

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10. Marksman Public House 254 Hackney Rd, London, E2 7SJ

While this old school pub was given a makeover, it still has all the same charm. Owned by two best friends and joint head chefs who served some time at St John and Fifteen, the food is fantastic and is paired with a solid beer selection and casual wine list.