Sunday Lunch In Gloucestershire

Whether you are a lifelong vegetarian or a Yorkshire-pudding-till-I-die kind of person, a Sunday lunch is a weekend staple, and Gloucestershire has a lot to offer in terms of trimmings, luxurious décor and gravy galore.

From the finest roast joints to the most delicious vegetarian options, these are the best spots in town for a cosy Sunday afternoon

Sunday lunch. There’s nothing quite like it, and there is an abundance of top roasts in Gloucestershire. The great British Sunday menu includes a hearty roast and all the trimmings – choose from succulent beef, tender chicken, mouth-watering pork or a flavour-packed vegan nut roast, all served with fluffy Yorkshire puddings, crispy potatoes, seasonal vegetables and plenty of gravy.

If you’re hankering for hearty British fare – you’ve come to the right place. Here are a selection of top restaurants where the chef’s know a thing or two about creating palette pleasing plates, from succulent steaks to rich roast dinners and everything in between.

A seasonal menu full of mouth-watering dishes to tempt you, whether it is the lightest melt-in-the-mouth cheese soufflé with Wyke Farm Coastal Cheddar sauce, deliciously rich Coq au Vin or melt in the mouth pain perdu, there is something for everyone.

We had their fabulous Sunday roast Cornish beef and Yorkshire pudding with cauliflower cheese, vegetables and bottomless roasters and gravy.

The Wheatsheaf is everything you want a country pub to be. Enjoy a vegetarian roast dinner of supreme smoked almond & root vegetable nut roast, greens & veggie gravy to the satifying roast sirloin of Hereford beef, horseradish sauce, served with Yorkshire pudding, cauliflower cheese & seasonal greens. Rest assured, you’ll also be properly looked after in the drinks department too.

The Cat and Custard Pot is situated in the pretty village of Shipton Moyne, in the heart of the South Cotswolds. They serve delicious pub food at reasonable prices, using fresh ingredients from local suppliers.

For Sunday lunch they serve a traditional roast, with roast potatoes, fresh vegetables and gravy.

Indulge in a quick lunch bite to eat at the bar, enjoy Sunday dinner with friends in the restaurant or celebrate a special occasion in their private dining room. A collection of seasonal menus with delicious food is served everyday.

On Sundays, the kitchen goes out of its way to keep up with demand for roasts. It’s a rolling feast that might see South Coast loin of pork and roast Norfolk chicken with the appropriate condiments, piles of roasties and seasonal veg, all doused in gravy.

Diners are well catered for to the point of being spoiled by the wide selection of home-cooked food, which is available to enjoy in the Paddock Bar or al fresco dining on the Stable Bar patio.

An inviting setting for Sunday lunch. Roasts are served alongside the regular menu but stay with the traditional stuff, beef with Yorkshire pud, glazed carrots, roasties and botttomless gravy.

Visit award-winning Café René for traditional pub food and live music from bands and individual acts. From lunchtime sandwiches and salads to their famous Desperate Dan burgers, you will find hearty meals with plenty of choice for everyone.

For that Sunday roast they offer a wide range of traditional English choices alongside some fresh house favourites, plus vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free option.

The choice of meats is an ever-changing feast that might see lamb, beef and pork accompanied by fluffy roast potatoes, braised cabbage, caraway roast carrots, honey parsnip puree, seasonal greens, and house gravy.

Their eatery is spread across three floors of a beautiful period property on Regent Street, in the heart of Cheltenham Town Centre. Their Sunday sharing roast boards have all the usual traditional accoutrements, served on an open board that’s perfect for sharing.

Enjoy a prime roasting joint with crispy roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables, show stopping Yorkshire pudding and lashings of rich, tasty gravy. For vegetarians there’s an in house WoodKraft secret recipe nut roast, served with all the trimmings.

A blend of historic elegance with luxurious amenities. A perfect place to enjoy an indulgent break in one of England’s most beautiful locations. A popular restaurant for both guests and locals. A seasonally changing menu, which offers everything from a la carte dishes to pub classics and lunchtime sandwiches.

The kitchen manages to tease out every last bit of flavour from each bite, be it a Cotswold beef strip loin or slow roasted pork. All are served with a big, tasty yorkshire pudding, roasties and seasonal veg. For afters, treat yourself to dark chocolate truffles. Meanwhile, the stylish bar keeps pace with demand for Bloody Marys, sophisticated wines and the full range of beers.

Whether it’s a full English breakfast, traditional Sunday roast, quick bite at lunchtime, celebration meal or morning coffee and cakes, they cater for every occasion with dishes that combine the best of English Pub food and contemporary cuisine.

Choose from a two or three course Sunday lunch menu. We loved the Ormond beef with cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, burger sauce, salad & chips. For dessert you might just have room for a helping of vanilla crème brulee or sticky toffee pudding.

Wash it all down with a patriotic English wine and local beverages from Gloucestershire.

Filled with classic charm and lots of seating options to choose from. Unless you hanker after the indoor dining space, request a table in the Terrace, where the refined vibe is spot-on for a lazy Sunday afternoon with drinks and chatter al fresco.

Enjoy top notch Sunday roasts which are all served family-style with duck fat roasted potatoes, maple glazed rainbow root vegetables, cabbage, leeks & peas.