The Harwood Arms is now delivering its very highly-rated Sunday roast. We give it a try.
As the definition between days has become somewhat blurred under lockdown, the tradition of Sunday Lunch can be an important marker of the week. But that doesn't mean you have to prepare the whole thing
Highbury's Sunday lunch game looks set to get a little stronger from this coming weekend. Local restaurant Franks Canteen is about to take over the Sunday lunch service at Blackstock Road pub, The Woodbine.
"There's no reservations, Paul from Franks told Hot Dinners. "Just rock up - it's family-friendly and we'll be serving from 12 to 7pm.
"We'll be using our usual great suppliers, Swaledale for meat and
The Ned has an unlimited Sunday lunch that frankly dwarfs the competition, with unlimited roasts, oysters, lobsters and more. It's already one of the hardest for Londoners to get a table at - so we went to find out why.
They've already secured a place in the London burger hall of fame, so it'll be interesting to see what Four Legs - the residency at Islington's Compton Arms - do with Sunday Roasts.
Kicking off this weekend, the mains will be:
The team behind pop-up turned residency Yolk are bringing their Clarence Court egg pots and new salad boxes to the legal district of New Street Square.
Back when it opened in June, Dan Doherty's Marylebone pub The Royal Oak kicked off with a tiny menu, while the chef and his team went about putting useful things like a proper kitchen in. Now, almost three months down the line they're about to kick things off.
This week sees them launch a proper a-la-carte menu as well as Saturday brunch and Sunday lunch and, well, we thought you might like to take a look at what's on offer.
Eric Chavot has revamped the Sunday lunch at Bob Bob Ricard - adding a French touch. We went along to see the results...
He's won awards for his Sunday roasts in the past, so we just had to make a Sunday visit to Aidan McGee's return at Fitzrovia's George and Dragon.
It was a tragic day when The Truscott Arms was forced to close, and not just for lovers of its famous roasts. Now, the upmarket boozer is back to great fanfare, and not least of all because the former head chef of top Kensington French restaurant Racine will be leading the charge…
Get ready to clear your Sundays as we've news that Pitt Cue are getting ready to open for Sunday lunch soon - and that means some awesome meat is on the menu. So we're promised:
We try new City rooftop spot Aviary for a stellar Sunday lunch
Now this sounds just lovely - particularly as the weekend get a little brisk.
From next weekend, Hoxton's Petit Pois is starting their own take on a Sunday lunch. At the heart of the menu will be the slow cooked beef bourguignon for sharing. The beef, from Nathan Mills at The Butchery in Bermondsey, is slow cooked in red wine for four hours with mushrooms, shallots and thyme, before being covered in buttery puff pastry. And
We do like the sound of the new Sunday special at Shoreditch's Oklava. Chef Selin Kiazim is putting on a, frankly huge, feast that is rounded off by some special kebabs. Apparently, the Kebab, or ‘kebap’, is something that Selin always did with her family on Sundays. And its inspiration is drawn directly from childhood holidays in Cyprus, where her family would all get round the table and enjoy this spread, which
There's roast chicken and then there's Hélène Darroze's roast chicken. The Michelin-starred chef has just launched a six-course roast chicken menu for two, Le Poulet du Dimanche, to be served in her restaurant at the Connaught on Sundays.
And it sounds like a cracking menu. You begin with an amuse bouche of confit egg yolk served with leek and smoked bacon, brioche croutons and parmigiano reggiano emulsion, served in a golden egg. This is followed by chicken
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