Where to go for a Sunday roast in Norfolk
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Nothing beats a Sunday lunch at a pretty pub, so we’ve gathered some places to do just that
Mill Road, Stoke Holy Cross, Norwich NR14 8PA
To make your Sunday extra special, join Stoke Mill for a quality, relaxing Sunday lunch. A stylish contemporary dining room in a 700-year-old mill within a beautiful location set in the heart of Norfolk.
Sunday lunch is served from 12pm to 2.30pm from the set Sunday lunch menu, two courses £24.95 and three courses £27.95. Sunday lunches are cooked with locally sourced, seasonal ingredients and are served with all the usual trimmings.
Spooner Row, Wymondham NR18 9LL
Sunday, the day of rest, the day of the British institution that is the weekly roast. So gather your friends and family, book a table at The Boars and let them do all the hard work!
All roasts are cooked to perfection by head chef Mark and his team and feature the best locally sourced meat and produce. Crispy, fluffy potatoes, perfectly cooked meats, a gravy that takes three days to make, beautiful Yorkshire puddings and local seasonal vegetables. And then, what better way to finish than with a classic Sunday pud!
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Sunday lunch is served from 12 - 7pm
Church Loke, Coltishall NR12 7DN | 01603 737 531
Enjoy a traditional Sunday Lunch at The Norfolk Mead in relaxed luxury. Our lively yet intimate restaurant holds 2 AA Rosettes. You can be assured of a delightful dining experience.
Our Executive Chef and his team pride themselves on using the freshest produce, sourced locally from the finest farms and markets in Norfolk.
Start with freshly baked breads of the day. For your starter, choose Twice Baked Cheese Souffle, Beetroot, Macadamia Nut Crumb, Toasted Pumpkin Oil, Mixed Salad Leaf. Our roasted joints, crunchy roast potatoes and sides matched with a glass of delicious wine will make your weekend special. Choose Roast Dingley Dell Pork Shoulder, Roast Potatoes, Seasonal Vegetables, Apple Sauce, Gravy. To finish, choose Chocolate Brownie, Cherry Jelly, Malt Cake, Milk Sorbet, Peanut Butter Crisp.
Relax in our Lounge or Bar over coffee and Petit Fours. As everything is made to order, we can cater for all dietary requirements.
The Green, Burnham Market, King's Lynn PE31 8HD | 01328 738777
The Hoste is a unique hotel, pub and award-winning food destination situated in the charming village of Burnham Market, a stone's throw away from North Norfolk's beautiful beaches.
Make Sundays special and join us between 12.00pm to 6.00pm where modern British cuisine is served in our 17th century dining room, light filled Garden Room or 400-yeard old pub.
Our Executive Chef changes the menu weekly using locally sourced, seasonal produce including delicious Roast Blythburgh Pork Belly, 28-day dry aged Roast Sirloin of Beef and Roasted root vegetable and mushroom nut loaf. Pair your lunch with a refreshing glass of wine from Norfolk's Flint Vineyard or Barsham Brewery's ale. Or our award-winning Chateau de l'Hoste might tempt you! Booking is advisable to avoid disappointment.
Looking to make Sundays extra special? The Hoste boasts 62 stylish bedrooms - speak to our team about overnight stay special offers on selected dates in February.
South Wootton, Kings Lynn PE30 3HQ | 01553 675566
Sunday is the perfect day to relax and spend some time with family and friends over a delicious Sunday lunch and there's no better place to enjoy this great British tradition than in the Garden Brasserie at Knights Hill Hotel & Spa. Served from 12.30pm - 2.00pm Booking is recommended.
6 Market Street, North Walsham NR28 9BZ | 01692 405282
Shambles Bistro is a warm and stylish 16th century building. Winner in the Norfolk Food and Drink Awards, our Sunday lunches are a very popular affair. Freshly made in our kitchen from local ingredients they are a showcase for seasonal Norfolk food at its best. Tender Norfolk Sirloin, Guniea fowl, local Fish of the day, Shambles-made Nut roast and weekly specials all served with crisply roast potatoes, cauliflower cheese and a selection of seasonal vegetables topped off with our homemade beef stock gravy. We serve delicious vegan and GF roasts and we have a children's Sunday lunch menu. We do a great selection of puddings such as homemade treacle tart served with clotted cream.Well behaved dogs are welcome. You can eat in our elegant upstairs Georgian drawing room, downstairs at our large, comfortable pine tables, in our bright conservatory or outside in our sheltered courtyard garden.
We have a well stocked bar with local ales and lagers, fine wines and a great cocktail menu.
We are close to the coast and to several National Trust properties so you can combine a walk in our beautiful Norfolk Countryside with a fantastic roast lunch.
Lunch served from 12-3.30pm Booking advised.
30 Church Street, Great Ellingham NR17 1LE
"Here at The Crown in Great Ellingham we have been providing fresh and hopefully popular food for the last 5 years. We have a constantly changing menu, a well-chosen wine list, plenty of real ale and (being always optimistic) a large car park!
Sunday Lunch is proving very popular and we always offer 3 different roasts and our delicious nut roast as well as other dishes from the regular menu that include a fresh fish and other vegetarian options. The 2 Course lunch is £18.50 and the 3 course is £22.50 and we are finding customers to be very happy with the quality and the generous portions.
Booking is advisable and we serve food on Sunday from Midday until 7pm. I think I can safely say that we are well known for our atmosphere, friendly staff and good quality food but do please come and give us a go and see for yourselves."