Independent Gloucester Quays restaurant launches its first Sunday roasts

Gloucester Quays' only independent restaurant, Coal Kitchen, has announced its first ever Sunday roast menu — with a special launch offer just for SoGlos readers.

By Sarah Kent  |  Published
Sunday roast fans can now tuck into the new menu at Gloucester Quays.

Coal Kitchen based at Gloucester Quays has launched its first ever Sunday roast menu.

Bringing a welcome addition to Coal Kitchen's already popular Sunday lunch menu, the new roast options are available this March 2024.

The team has worked hard behind the scenes for months to curate a menu that uses the finest quality, locally sourced ingredients.

With Red Tractor poultry, British beef, Gloucestershire pork and lamb all sourced from Ben Creese Country Butchers, just eight miles away in Corse; and fresh, locally grown vegetables hand chosen from farms across Gloucestershire.

Sunday lunch enthusiasts can expect mains such as dry-aged beef striploin and Gloucester pork belly cooked to perfection and served with crisp on the outside, fluffy on the inside roast potatoes; maple-glazed parsnips and carrots; seasonal greens; braised red cabbage; cauliflower cheese at no extra charge; and those all-important freshly baked Yorkshire puddings.

Vegetarians and vegans don't miss out either — with a hearty vegan spiced bean Wellington served with vegan gravy and all the trimmings.

Children's sized portions are also on offer for smaller appetites, with beef, pork or chicken to choose from.

And as a special offer exclusively for SoGlos readers to celebrate the new menu, Coal Kitchen is offering a free glass of house wine with every roast until Sunday 7 April 2024.

Adult roasts start at £16, with children's portions priced at just £9. Alternative main courses are also available.

To book a table, visit Coal Kitchen's booking site at

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