On Sundays – we eat. A tradition that’s as important as having fish with chips and a biscuit with a cup of tea, we’re never ones to turn down a Sunday Roast. If you're in Liverpool, what better way to celebrate the weekend than by gathering around a table and enjoying some of the best food of the week. So kick back, relax  – because we’ve done the hard work of picking out the best for you 😋

The Blackburne Pub & Eatery

Just a stone’s throw from the University of Liverpool campus in the picturesque Georgian Quarter, the Blackburne Arms offers their “legendary” Sunday lunch. It’s got a real home-from-home vibe – packed with locals, cosy interiors and homemade grub (with HUGE slabs of mouth-watering meat) to match. The menu changes each week and the bar offers a wide range of stocked beers and wines if you’re after a boozy affair plus, if it’s a nice day out there, the benches out front mean you can bask in the sunshine all day.

The Brink

No alcohol but plenty of flavour, that’s The Brink. As Liverpool’s first ever dry bar, it’s won awards and plaudits for championing health and creativity within the Liverpool community. Oh, and because it’s roasts are second to none. It’s open every Sunday from 10 am until 7pm for roasts, big breakfasts along with soup and sandwich deals. Pair your grub with imaginative non-alcoholic cocktails for those Sunday’s where you need to give your liver the best rest.    


The Monro

Well, what can we say about our beloved Monro? Liverpool’s favourite gastropub doesn’t disappoint when it comes to a Sunday Roast. Sirloin of beef, Loin of Pork, Leg of Lamb or Roast Butternut Squash; whatever your tantalised taste buds desire. All the trimmings for under £20? We say that’s the perfect way to finish off the week.

Camp and Furnace

Venturing to the Baltic Triangle? Starting at midday and running until 7:45 pm, The Sunday Times described Camp and Furnace’s Sunday roast as “the stuff of legend”. Sit yourselved down on a long communal tables and get ready for the organic chickens and joints of sirloin, lamb or pork that are accompanied by the necessary cutlery for diners to divvy up according to size of appetite and/or love of yorkies, roasties and the trimmings. This roast is not just any roast, it’s a Camp and Furnace roast. Get to know. 

Fazenda Rodizio Bar & Grill

The cheat meal of all cheat meals 😍 #meatsweats #fazendaliverpool

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So the Brits know how to do a roast and the Brazilians know how to do meats. When you put them both together? That’s a twist on a traditional Sunday ensemble to be proud of. For the best meats around there’s no other choice than Fazenda, where you’ll get as much freshly-grilled meat carved right at your plate for a fixed price. If the weather is on our side, guzzle it all down on their sun terrace that is built for lazy days grazing as you look out at the hustle and bustle of workers strolling past the magnificent Town Hall.

Malmaison Brasserie

If you don’t believe that your eyes truly can be bigger than you belly, head to Malmaison Brasserie for their unlimited, GIGANTIC, ‘So Much’ Sunday Lunch. Pick and choose from the endless and unrestricted Chef’s table; including hoards of hor d’oeurves, divine charcuteries and delicious desserts. They also have cocktails and a rather stonking wine list that’s the perfect pairing to a decadent meal. If you’re already staying here on your travels too; perfect!


Options, everyone likes options – and at Neighbourhood on Castle Street, your Sunday can mean one of three things:

One: the fizz. The Bottomless Brunch, where you can enjoy 1 course brunch with bottomless cocktails or prosecco between 10 am and 1pm, is a sure-fire way to keep that weekend feeling going.

Two: All about the Roast. The Daddy of the weekend. Get a sirloin of beef, roast chicken of a veggie option - with those heavenly trimmings everyone keeps talking about - for £17.50

Three: Soul Sundays. Because glorious food and drink is best paired with music. The resident DJs will serve up the soul sounds, and Neighborhood’s chef will serve you everything else.

The London Carriage Works

Last #sundayroastdinner for a while #celebratingwithmum #birthday @londoncarriageworks #Liverpool

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The weekend may nearly be over, but that doesn’t mean you should back down on going ‘all-out’ for the last meal of the week. Dine in sumptuous style at The London Carriage Works on Liverpool’s fabulous Hope Street - perfect on your way back from an Everyman show or after a gander at our cathedrals. The Sunday Lunch menu differs due to the team’s dedication to seasonal and fresh produce but we promise you won’t be disappointed.

Delifonseca Dockside

Did not disappoint ❤️

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With the motto ‘Life’s Too Short to Have a Bad Meal’ -  you know you’re in for the good stuff once you step inside Delifonseca on the docks. Using fresh ingredients, Delifonseca offers a wholesome and hearty Sunday menu that has been described by Trip Advisor Reviewers as ‘The Best Sunday Roast Outside of My House’ – basically 5*’s. Even the carrots (cooked in fresh orange, star anise and cinnamon) are off the charts on flavor. Your mouth genuinely drools just reading through the dishes. Considering the hardest part is deciding what to order, ‘seca is etched deeply in our food daydreams.  


Philharmonic Dining Rooms

Think this is the poshest pub I've been in

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You can’t miss the splendor of the Phil Dining Room’s door as you meander down Hope Street. Look past the bar for a sec to discover the upstairs of one of Liverpool’s hidden gems. The Philharmonic Dining Rooms might not be as well-known as their downstairs traditional pub partner, but with their wood panelled walls, charming bay windows and excellent service it’s more than worth exploring.  Expect no-nonsense roasts with lashings of that sweet nectar that we call gravy. Dig in!

Wherever you choose, make sure you book! We wouldn’t like to see you go hungry 😏

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