12 Sunday lunch hot spots in Gloucestershire

If you're after the fluffiest roasties and the most delicious gravy, then look no further than this handy hot list of 12 Sunday lunch hot spots in Gloucestershire....

By Emma Luther  |  Published
Get your gravy fix with 12 of SoGlos's favourite Sunday lunch hot spots in Gloucestershire.
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The Old New Inn

The Old New Inn, in Bourton-on-the-Water, reopened its Tap Room bar and restaurant for the first time in 10 years in 2022, with a stylish fresh look. Whether you’re after a pint and a scotch egg in the sunshine, or something more substantial, The Tap is the perfect place to relax with friends and family.

Get your Sunday lunch fix with SoGlos’s selection of 12 Sunday lunch hot spots across Gloucestershire.

The Old New Inn in Bourton-on-the-Water

As well as herb roasted chicken; roast sirloin of beef; slow cooked belly of pork; and vegetarian wellington, all served with Yorkshire pudding, roast potatoes, braised red cabbage, cauliflower cheese, steamed broccoli and gravy, The Old New Inn in Bourton-on-the-Water also has the option of fresh fish of the day and mushroom and truffle risotto on Sundays.

Nineteen at Brickhampton

Unwind in a friendly atmosphere and let Brickhampton Court’s new restaurant Nineteen set the scene for a relaxed Sunday lunch overlooking the glorious golf course. Choose from a hearty beef, pork or vegan nut roast for £15, or go bigger with two courses for £20. And if you fancy a feast, you can enjoy a sumptuous three course lunch for £25, too.

The Bell at Sapperton

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 wines to pair with their roast. For Sunday lunch, expect Gloucestershire pork; sirloin of beef or Cotswold lamb.

The Tivoli in Cheltenham

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.

The Frogmill near Cheltenham

Recently crowned Gloucestershire Pub of the Year at the National Pub and Bar Awards 2022, The Frogmill near Cheltenham offers delicious sharing starters on Sundays, including whole-baked camembert, before serving up delicious roasts with fat-roasted potatoes and maple glazed rainbow root vegetables.

The Craven Arms in Brockhampton

Tucked away in the pretty Cotswolds village of Brockhampton, this cosy traditional 16th century inn serves gluten free roasts in two sizes – traditional or small. The Craven Arms serves its roasts with roasted potatoes, braised red cabbage, Yorkshire puds and gravy. Vegans are also catered for with roasted celeriac steak to enjoy.

Egypt Mill in Nailsworth

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 traditional gravy. And there’s a tasty butternut squash, lentil and almond wellington for vegetarians to tuck into too.

The Ox in Cheltenham

Known for its famous steaks, The Ox Cheltenham also offers a hearty Sunday lunch which comes with that all-important cauliflower cheese. Whether you opt for the rump of beef with carrot purée, the roast pork belly with celeriac purée or the roast chicken, all three meats come with Yorkshire puddings alongside – or you can add an extra Yorkshire for £1.

Tudor Farmhouse Hotel in Clearwell

Step inside the cosy Tudor Farmhouse in the Forest of Dean for an indulgent Sunday roast. A two-course lunch will set you back £25, while three courses come in at £30. Choose from beef, lamb, cod or a nut roast before indulging in dark chocolate delice, passionfruit cheesecake or a selection of artisan cheeses.

The Fountain Inn in Gloucester

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 £14.

Gupshill Manor in Tewkesbury

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.

The Bell at Selsley

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.

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