7 delicious Sunday roasts to try in Nottingham according to TripAdvisor reviews
Here are a selection of Nottingham’s finest pubs and restaurants offering delicious Sunday roasts - according to Tripadvisor
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The possibilities for the perfect Sunday lunch are endless, from the essential roasted meats and yorkshire puddings, to crispy roast potatoes and lashings of gravy - it’s the ultimate comfort food!
We’ve had a look through all the user reviews on Tripadvisor for pubs and restaurants in Nottingham that offer highly-rated Sunday roast dinners.
Out of these highly recommended choices, which one do you think you will be trying?
Top 7 restaurants for Sunday roast dinners in Nottingham
The Woodlark Inn
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 - 376 reviews
Where: Church Street Lambley, Nottingham, NG4 4QB
The Woodlark Inn, is also known as the Fishkey Microbrewery restaurant, and provides visitors with a cask ale house, local produce & fish, all the way from Cornwall. This traditional, rural, country pub serves the freshest produce available, with fish arriving from shore to kitchen from award winning suppliers regularly.
It is relaxed and welcoming with its cottage-esqe brickwork and comforting open fires, which give a very homely atmosphere that is perfect for any Sunday lunch venue.
One reviewer said: “Best Sunday roast dinner I’ve had for ages! Very popular, so I will be returning! Everything was spot on, tasty, plenty, cooked to perfection which means veg wasn’t hard & meat was tender, nice selection, gravy was good!”
The Staunton Arms
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 - 337 reviews
Where: Staunton in the Vale, Nottingham, NG13 9PE
The Staunton Arms is one the finest village pubs in Nottingham, and was awarded the Vale of Belvoir’s CAMRA Pub of the Year in 2016. Visitors can’t help but appreciate the 200 year old listed building, with its rustic wooden beams and cosy fires, whilst enjoying their freshly prepared dishes and local ales.
The award-winning pub has also appeared in the CAMRA, Good Beer Guide on six separate occasions. Not just that, its extensive Sunday roast options makes it a reliable choice for your next lunch in Nottingham.
One reviewer wrote: “What a Sunday lunch! - Beef was tender, turkey was good too. Very friendly staff. Puddings had an unusual twist, and tasted wonderful. Would thoroughly recommend it!”
The White Horse Inn
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 - 376 reviews
Where: 60 Church Street, Ruddington, Nottingham, NG11 6HD
At The White Horse, they have a passion for creating delicious food in a friendly and diverse atmosphere. There are extensive menus available for pretty much every day of the week - with pizza and a pint on Wednesdays, pie and a pint on Thursdays and the ‘Chippy Tea’ on Friday night.
The Sunday lunch menu is just as extensive with your choice of beef, pork, chicken and even a nut roast for the vegetarians/vegans. You also have the option to choose all three meats for your meal - if you really can’t decide.
A reviewer commented: “Generous Sunday Lunch - One of the best Sunday lunches I’ve had. Pork was so nice and moist, and proper crackling. Plenty of seasonal veg, and the homemade gravy brought it all together for a perfect Sunday lunch.”
The Ruddington Arms
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 - 562 reviews
Where: 56 Wilford Road, Ruddington, Nottingham, NG11 6EQ
The Ruddington Arms is one of Nottingham’s Michelin star restaurants, which is no surprise, as they strive to provide quality at the heart of everything that they do.
The menu is known to change regularly, with seasonal produce and what the local markets are offering. The owner/chef, Mark Anderson, has worked at multiple Michelin star restaurants across the country and even worked as Sous Chef at Gordon Ramsey’s Teatro Restaurant and Club in Soho.
As well as a delectable Sunday lunch menu for visitors to the restaurant, they also offer a takeaway Sunday lunch which you can order online, or over the phone.
One reviewer said: “First Class Sunday Lunch - First visit to the Ruddington Arms and definitely not the last. Really nice ambience inside, great local beer and a first class roast beef Sunday lunch with all the trimmings.”
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 - 359 reviews
Where: 16 St. James’s Street, Nottingham, NG1 6FG
The Malt Cross is a Grade II listed Victorian Music Hall set at the heart of Nottingham city centre, just off Old Market Square. The venue was originally built in 1877 and restored in 1997, and went on to receive Heritage Lottery Funding in 2014 to restore it to what it is today.
Every Sunday the Malt Cross’s famous lunches end the weekend in style, as guests enjoy a feast of tapas dishes or Sunday roasts and desserts while they sit in the beautiful Victorian music hall.
The venue also has live music to add to the ambiance, as well as a quiz night every Monday evening.
A reviewer wrote: “One of the best roasts in Nottingham - Popped in for some lunch. The quality and taste of the food was absolutely superb. I’m excited to try the brunch menu now!!”
The Tailors Arms
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 - 182 reviews
Where: Wilford Lane Wilford, Nottingham, NG11 7AX
The Tailors Arms is a smart British gastropub and bar situated in the Wilford area of Nottingham. The venue strives to produce high-quality, locally sourced food, from weekend brunches and late night drinks, to afternoon teas and the perfect Sunday roast.
The Nottingham venue has so much to offer, with an integrated pizza takeaway (Y Dough), and the ‘Pub Desk’ where guests can book a table to work from, with unlimited tea and coffee.
The Sunday roast menu has all the favourites with the trimmings, including the ‘Tailors Mix Roast’, which includes a mighty roast of beef, pork, chicken and lamb in one meal.
A reviewer commented: “Best roast dinner in years - Best roast dinners we have had in a very very long time. Great portion size, well-cooked and presented. Service friendly and efficient. Will be back.”
Rating: 4 out of 5 - 199 reviews
Where: Main Road Plumtree, Nottingham, NG12 5NB
Griffin Plumtree is a traditional English village pub with a stunning Italian-style courtyard, offering the very best of locally sourced produce and must-try dishes. The restaurant holds an AA Rosette for Culinary Excellence, and offers a pleasing mix of classic pub favourites, and more luxurious, but still accessible dishes.
When it comes to their Sunday lunch options, you won’t be disappointed as you can choose either a stuffed roast pork belly with sage & apple or the ‘Harkers’ roast sirloin of beef - with all the trimmings.
One reviewer wrote: “Fabulous Sunday roast - Visited this place for the 1st time for Sunday lunch. The food was fantastic… the best roast dinner I’ve had in a very long time, possibly ever! I’d highly recommend visiting, we will certainly be heading back very soon.”