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Andy Parsons
Andy Parsons

London’s best Sunday lunches

If you’re looking for a traditional pub roast or a cracking restaurant serving Sunday lunch in style, you've come to the right place

By Time Out London Food & Drink

NOVEMBER 2019: We’ve added James Cochran’s 12:51 in Angel (classy food in a casual hangout), No. Fifty Cheyne (a swish rebranding of Chelsea’s Cheyne Walk Brasserie) and Battersea’s Nutbourne – another faux-rustic gig from the Gladwin Brothers (owners of The Shed and Rabbit). We’ve also included two more Sunday lunch options for Balham’s pub-loving foodies – The Bedford and The Cyclist.

Sunday lunch: it’s the greatest meal of the week, bar none. We’ve rounded up London’s best Sunday roasts from a host of homely pubs and restaurants all around town. From snug neighbourhood staples to more bijou gastropubs, we’ve got something for every taste (if that taste is for comforting mounds of roast meat, lashings of gravy and carbs that’ll see you through winter).

Looking for a tasty Sunday roast? Watch the video below on five of the best lunches in the city.

Not on the hunt for Sunday lunch? How about Sunday brunch?

The top 10 brunches in London, Beagle
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The best brunches in London


Brunch in London is bigger than ever. You can bearly set foot out your front door at the weekend without stumbling across a steaming pan of shakshuka or finding the waft of waffles in the air. So let us guide you to the best spots in town for a kick-ass weekend brunch in London, from boozy bottomless brunches to traditional Full English fry-ups and even New York-style feasts, you can start off your weekend in style. 


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