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Best Local Restaurants for Sunday Roasts?

Or up town?

Any recommendations?
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  • kings arms in Bexleyheath was very good just before the first lock down, haven't eaten there on a Sunday since though
  • Chapter One in Orpington … pricey but great food 
  • Best roast I had in London - Galvin La Chapelle - wasn't 'that' expensive for the quality of food on offer.
    Or locally - The Castle at Eynsford - haven't been post-covid though.
    If you want to go a little further afield, The Kentish Hare in Tonbridge Wells or The Corner House at Canterbury is well worth the drive.




  • My go to boozer for a Sunday Roast is the Chaser Inn in Shipbourne nr. Tonbridge. If you try it … Go large! 
  • The Black Horse in Stansted (small village next to West Kingsdown) is really nice.
  • Peltham arms greenwich used do a decent roast 
  • Plume of Feathers in Greenwich was always good mate. Not sure about now though
  • Gribbo said:
    Plume of Feathers in Greenwich was always good mate. Not sure about now though
    Remember the landlady used to have some really nice bar maids in there, I think they studied drama somewhere, but there was one called Skye, I was only about 20 odd at the time and really liked her. After she left the pub (siting harassment or something. God knows who by??), she went on to do quite well and I see her on the TV a couple of times over the years
  • The Guildford Arms - Greenwich
  • Gribbo said:
    Plume of Feathers in Greenwich was always good mate. Not sure about now though
    It's still decent. The only unpalatable thing they offer is the Palace scarf behind the jump.
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  • Kings Arms in Bexleyheath has really upped it's game with everything, great pub now - inc food.

    The Boathouse in Danson Park does a great Sunday Carvery 
  • Not local but The Wilmington on Rosebery Avenue is great if you are up town (not cheap, mind)
  • Bella Roma in Lewisham. Great Italian food but do great roast dinners on a Sunday too. 
  • The Anglesey pub at Bromley North 
  • The Trafalgar, Greenwich
    Chapters, Blackheath
    Crooked Well, Forest Hill
    Tudor Barn, Eltham
    The Pilot, Greenwich Peninsula
    Cutty Sark, Greenwich
    Woolwich Equitable, Woolwich
    Hare & Billet, Blackheath

    Are all decent and pretty well priced
  • My parents during lockdown used to get a takeaway one from the Italian on the corner of longlands road /halfway st. Meant to be lovely. 
  • The Black Horse in Stansted (small village next to West Kingsdown) is really nice.
    Used to have a really good Thai in-house there a few years back. was my local when I lived in WK and Wrotham.
  • sam3110 said:
    The Trafalgar, Greenwich
    Chapters, Blackheath
    Crooked Well, Forest Hill
    Tudor Barn, Eltham
    The Pilot, Greenwich Peninsula
    Cutty Sark, Greenwich
    Woolwich Equitable, Woolwich
    Hare & Billet, Blackheath

    Are all decent and pretty well priced
    No longer there … now the Ivy
  • The Bull's Head, Pratts Bottom.
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  • The imperial Arms “Impy” is the best in my manor. 
  • Sophie's Choice in Sidcup do a good un mate. The way this thread is going you could have one for every week of the year.
  • I went to The Pier in Upnor over the weekend. XXL roast beef and all the trimmings was £13.50. Bargain and the food was very nice. You need to book though.
  • Simpsons on The Strand…..yes expensive but for an occasional OTT treat you really can’t beat it.
    Part of The Savoy of course.
  • Hill Top Hotel in West Kingsdown does a superb Sunday roast
    Yes, that’s very true MyLord.
  • edited October 13
    The Knowle Country House Higham Rochester.
    This one takes some beating, nice setting too.
    You might find yourself sitting in the car for half an hour after leaving to fully recover. Particularly if you have sampled the quite extraordinary dessert trolley!
    They only do Sunday Lunch during the winter season as they are wedding event specialists during the summer.
    I have found you need to book a couple of weeks in advance.
    A little pricey but not OTT by any means.
  • My parents during lockdown used to get a takeaway one from the Italian on the corner of longlands road /halfway st. Meant to be lovely. 
    Toscana - the wife and I are going there on Sunday
  • Blacklock Chops - couple of locations in town. Awesome. Enderby House pub on the river near the O2 is actually OK for a Youngs pub.
  • My parents during lockdown used to get a takeaway one from the Italian on the corner of longlands road /halfway st. Meant to be lovely. 
    Toscana - the wife and I are going there on Sunday
    Just looked it up on the interweb - the menu has loads of options, which puts me off a bit, as I wonder how on earth can they cook all these different meals to a decent standard - I prefer a small menu, as generally I have found the food to be very well done

    But you have experience of this Italian - am I wrong in this case ?
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