Get your Sunday lunch fix with SoGlos’s selection of 14 Sunday lunch hot spots across Gloucestershire.
Tuck into homemade Yorkshire puddings, fluffy roast potatoes and succulent meat at The Fountain Inn in Gloucester. Scrumptious meat choices include lamb, pork or beef, as well as a veggie-friendly nut roast – with diners able to enjoy two courses for £13.
Serving roasts the right way, The Fire Station in Cheltenham knows a thing or two about creating this Sunday staple. Expect juicy Hereford beef; roast chicken; or sweet potato wellington, followed by traditional favourites such as sticky toffee pudding.
Head to Gupshill Manor in Tewkesbury for the Gupshill Big Roast. An enormous plate full of delicious roast pork, chicken and beef, The Gupshill Big Roast won’t disappoint with its two Yorkshire puddings, all the trimmings and extra roast potatoes.
Renowned for its great quality and stylish pub grub, The Bell at Selsley in Stroud makes a scrumptious Sunday lunch. Options include topside of beef; loin of local pork or free-range chicken, all of which come served with delicious roast potatoes and buttery veggies.
Taking a fresh new approach to Sunday lunch, Woodkraft Cheltenham serves up its roasts on large wooden boards, making them great for sharing. Along with a heavenly gravy, Woodkraft’s roast boards all come with giant Yorkshire puddings.
Whipping up a storm in the kitchen, Egypt Mill in Nailsworth offers a choice of roasted meats for its Sunday lunches, all of which come with a delicious homemade gravy. If you’re a fan of Yorkshire puds, opt for the filled Yorkshire pudding which comes with a filling choice of beef, pork or a vegetarian option.
Dubbed as ‘the polo pub’, The Foston's Ash in Stroud combines a country pub feel with modern and expertly-cooked food. On Sundays, visitors can tuck into one of the roast options made with local vegetables and free-range meat.
Known for its famous steaks, The Ox Cheltenham also offers a hearty Sunday lunch which comes with the all-important cauliflower cheese. Whether you opt for the rump of beef with carrot purée, the roast pork belly with burnt onion purée or the roast chicken, all three meats come with Yorkshire puddings or you can add an extra Yorkshire for £2.
Gloucester’s Highfield Garden World is home to an emporium of gifts and plants but its restaurant is also well worth a visit. Serving up a feast-worthy carvery on Sundays as well as Tuesdays and Thursdays, Highfield is bound to be a hit with the family.
If your favourite parts of a Sunday roast are the Yorkshire puddings and roasties, then The Tivoli in Cheltenham needs to be on your list of places to try. Serving unlimited top-ups of roast potatoes and Yorkshire puddings, The Tivoli’s Sunday lunches also have optional extras including cauliflower cheese and pigs in blankets.
With cosy interiors and foodie treats, The Frogmill near Cheltenham offers delicious sharing starters on Sundays, including whole-baked camembert before serving up delicious roasts with fat-roasted potatoes and braised red cabbage.
Treating diners to either Cotswold beef, free-range chicken or a guest roast of the day, The Clarence Social in Cheltenham serves its roasts with duck fat roasted potatoes and creamed leeks, as well as seasonal vegetables with Yorkshire puds.
Nestled on the edge of Cirencester town centre, Téatro exudes style and a chic feel with its pianist on Sunday evenings and funky décor. As for the food, Sundays call for one of Téatro’s signature roasts which all come with a Yorkshire pudding and seasonal puree.
A country pub near Cirencester, The Bell at Sapperton uses local produce and has its very own ‘wine wall’ which offers diners a vast selection of great wine. For Sunday lunch, expect Gloucester Old Spot pork; sirloin of beef or Cotswold chicken with bread sauce and a chipolata.
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