The Handbook
The Handbook

Ditch the frozen Yorkshire puds and Bistro gravy granules and tuck into one of London’s mouth-watering Sunday roasts this weekend. We’ve scoured the city and handpicked our seven favourite restaurants delivering their succulent joints and crispy roast tatties to your door.

The Cookout Club

Premium quality meals delivered straight to yours is exactly what you get when ordering from The Cookout Club. Award-winning, former Michelin-starred Chef Philip Britten and his team have crafted eight delicious Sunday lunch options for all Londoners to enjoy, whether you’re based in Kennington or Kensington, Stockwell or Clapham.

We’d recommend sampling the Whole Roasted Chicken Peri-Peri, served with seasonal vegetables and mash, or feed the whole family with the sharing Pulled Pork 8hour slow cooked with maple syrup and wholegrain mustard.

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No. Fifty Cheyne

Despite being open just over a year, this Chelsea neighbourhood restaurant has become rather a hotspot for diners looking for exquisite food, breathtaking interiors and prime location. While their doors remain closed currently, head chef Iain Smith has mastered a way of bringing his culinary expertise to your dinner table with their new delivery service.

Every Sunday, you can dive into an expertly cooked and beautifully presented Sunday lunch. The Roast Sutton Hoo Chicken, serve with glazed vegetables, stuffing, Yorkshire pudding and gravy is succulent, juicy and flavourful, while the Roasted Cauliflower Steak with trimmings, provides a great vegetarian and vegan alternative. Top off the meal with their infamous Sticky Toffee Pud, with clotted ice cream and milk crumble. It’s an indulgent Sunday treat.

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Hide at Home

Steer away from the frozen roast potato aisle of Asda and head to Hide at Home to get your Sunday lunch fix this weekend.

Hide, the Michelin-starred restaurant residing in Mayfair, has turned its hand to fuelling Londoners at home during this strange, strange time and we couldn’t welcome its arrival more. Who wouldn’t want to munch through Michelin-star food in your PJs?  

Their set menu changes weekly but we’ve got our eagle eyes directly glaring at their Thanksgiving-style menu, available from the 26th – 29th November. On offer will be the warm cornbread with melted butter; Stuffed roast turkey, whipped mashed potato, red wine gravy, spiced cranberry compote, buttered green beans; Pumpkin pie, muscovado & malt cream. Delicious doesn’t even cut it.

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Jones & Sons 

Dalston restaurant and cocktail bar, Jones & Sons is known for its quality British dishes and exceptional cocktails, and while their brick and mortar site is closed, they’ll be bringing their Sunday favourites to your doors.

Wash away your Sunday roast cravings and choose from their array of offerings, from the Herefordshire Rib Eye with Horseradish Cream to the Slow Roast Gloucester Old Spot Port Belly and apple sauce, to the Whole Roasted Acorn Squash with vegan trimmings for any plant based folk. All roasts come served with a healthy portion of carrots, parsnips, seasonal veggies, roasties, confit shallows, Yorkies and gravy.

Coal Rooms

From succulent Galloway Rump Cap to Rosemary and Garlic Lamb Leg, to a simple but satisfying Seasonal Vegetable Gratin for the veggies, Coal Rooms has your back where Sunday roast delivery is concerned. All meat roasts come served with sweet orange and honey roasted heritage carrots, Yorkshire pudding, roast potatoes, buttered greens and lashings of gravy.

Casa do Frango

Okay. This one might not technically be a roast but during these crazy times you can’t be picky. Casa do Frango’s signature meal is tender charcoal roasted chicken and it’s absolutely divine. We managed to get our hands on the stuff pre-lockdown and we haven’t looked back. Choose from a piri-piri, oregano, lemon and garlic or plain rub, pair it with a couple of their sides and you won’t be able to resist it’s tender goodness.

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Sunday roast deliveries never looked so good and we all have gourmet traiteur and delicatessen, Colette, to thank. 

As it’s the weekend why not go all out and feast on Colette’s whole roast black leg chicken, served with seasonal roasted asparagus and new potatoes, broad beans and leafy carrots, or mix it up and delight in a traditional beef wellington, served alongside gratins dauphinois and smashed heritage carrots. It’s Sunday lunch done the right way. 

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