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Best Sunday Roasts in Covent Garden

sunday roast lunch

If you think the perfect meal doesn’t exist then you’ve clearly never had a roast dinner. The quintessentially British Sunday tradition is the perfect way to spend the end of the weekend, surrounded by great friends and fine food. Check out our list below on all the best spots for Sunday Roast in Covent Garden.

 

Cora Pearl

With Head Chef George Barson, the food at Cora Pearl is Modern British with a nod to Demi-Monde Paris and British Theatreland.

Cora Pearl’s menu has been raved about since it opened in November 2018, with their ‘dish of the decade’ chips being an ovation worthy dish. Their Sunday Lunch menu is a welcome new addition to an already stellar line up on dishes that the team serve up through the week.

Expect perfectly cooked meat, plus all the trimmings and of course, a side of chips.

Cora Pearl

 

The Petersham

The Petersham

An oasis of calm in the heart of Covent Garden, The Petersham offers elegant, seasonal dishes in understated grandeur. The Petersham menu moves with the seasons and they create simple, elegant dishes that celebrate the finest produce.

Respecting the Slow Food philosophy of Good, Clean and Fair and the traditions on which Petersham Nurseries Richmond was founded, The Petersham’s Sunday Lunch menu is ever changing but constantly excellent.


 

By Chloe

All veg and no meat, By Chloe is the place to have your vegan Sunday Roast and eat it too. Looks may be deceiving for this dish but we assure you everything on the plate, as well as in By Chloe, is entirely vegan.

At their Covent Garden branch you can enjoy sea-salt roasted celery root, with a side of glazed carrots, green beans, thyme potatoes, Yorkshire pudding and rosemary gravy.

By Chloe

 

Rules

Rules

Originally opened in1798, Rules is London’s oldest restaurant and you would hope after so many years in business they would have the original London meal down to a tea. The menu is extensive so ensure you plan accordingly, ready to soak in the rich history of this iconic London restaurant.

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