Looking for a crackling place to eat a Sunday lunch in Worcestershire? Well look no further as we have gathered some of the best places for you to enjoy the well-loved traditional meal with friends and family.
Whether you are after fine dining and exquisite wine or a quick roast chicken with all the trimmings, we have chosen some of the hottest venues for you to unwind over a glass of pinot and a Yorkshire pud!
Make a weekend of it and extend the good times! Choose from 12 of our best picks for Accommodation in Worcestershire and enjoy a good nights sleep before you tuck into your Sunday roast dinner!
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Eckington Manor, nestled in the Avon valleys on the border of the picturesque Cotswolds, where the team are incredibly passionate about food and incorporate locally grown produce from both their own farm and the surrounding area.
You will discover something very special when you visit Eckington Manor – not only are their Sunday roasts delectable, but you will be surrounded by such a wholesome vibe, you will never want to leave!
Experience luxury and fine dining at Russell’s of Broadway with Head Chef George Santos serving up a storm in the modern, award-winning restaurant. Enjoy your Sunday lunch with a dreamy bottle of wine from their extensive wine list that combines an interesting selection for you to choose from.
The Mug House Inn is nestled on the Worcestershire and Shropshire borders alongside the River Severn and sits in the picturesque town of Bewdley, known for its Georgian architecture and quaint black and white cottages.
This riverside restaurant has a stunning view and you can appreciate the light and welcoming atmosphere while tucking into a delectable Sunday roast with a well-deserved glass of pinot.
Dining at The Lygon Arms is a typical Cotswolds celebration of locally sourced food and drink boasting a relaxed and chilled vibe. The highest-quality produce is at the heart of all dishes and has stemmed from friendly and sustainable relationships with Cotswolds suppliers, farmers and artisans to produce an unforgettable Sunday roast that you can enjoy with loved ones.
Bolero was created from a passion to offer premium drinks, simple high-quality food and excellent service in a relaxed atmosphere. Select Bolero Bar & Kitchen and enjoy your roast lunch with an unrivalled amount of choice in drinks ranging from specially selected local beers, wines and champagnes to cocktails and cognacs in a pleasing atmosphere.
Globe Modern Bistro is an independent family owned bar and restaurant in Worcester, bringing you an informal neighbourhood rendezvous serving freshly cooked food, excellent wines and intoxicating, locally roasted coffee.
Join them and indulge in their Sunday roast with all the trimmings and a perfectly paired glass of red.
With its unique building, quiet rural location and beautiful contemporary interior, you will appreciate your time spent at Feli’s Bar and Restaurant. Located in Worcester, offering a wonderful space inside and a beer garden to enjoy your food and drink, Feli’s Bar and Restaurant also provide cookery classes for you to become your very own chef extraordinaire!
With a homely vibe, Sunday’s are well spent devouring a Sunday roast here.
The Swan Inn is a premium pub, bar, and restaurant with its very own beer garden, centrally located in the heart of the picturesque town of Broadway. The perfect destination for a Sunday lunch with family or friends, The Swan Inn in Worcestershire will allow you to relax, indulge, mingle and socialise in optimum comfort and style, no matter what the occasion!
Ostlers at Number 1 strive to deliver excellence through their seasonal and locally sourced food (all desserts are made in house – YUM!), and their extensive drinks list. Perfectly located in the city centre of Worcester, savour a Sunday roast and even be in with a chance to appreciate some fantastic live music from some of the talented, local musicians.
The team at The Baiting House are incredibly passionate about supporting local farmers, butchers and producers, using local ingredients to create some exceptional food (especially their roasts) and to deliver excellent choice in drink from local suppliers around the countryside.
Perfect Sunday getaway!
The Old Rectifying House name comes from the fact that the rear of the building was part of the Williams distillery. The main part of the distillery was across the river at the bottom of Tybridge Street.
Indulge in the history of this magnificent house and visit on a Sunday to enjoy a wonderful roast lunch with friends and family. Experience delicious slices of beef, pork or lamb, accompanied by plentiful of tasty sides and a significant wine list.