Edinburgh is a beautiful city, the Old Town and New Town have some of the best restaurants in Scotland, and they offer some tasty food. But, on a Sunday, the country goes back to it’s roots, and restaurants offer a wee thing called Sunday Roast. Get yourself your Yorkshire Pudding fix and feast at one of these delightful places.
The team behind New Chapter have opened this restaurant on Coates Crescent, near Haymarket. It’s light and airy, with large windows, but still feels cosy inside. We’ve already been to try the Sunday Roast and it’s just as good as it sounds, read our review to find out more. If you’re going, make sure you go all out, this is one of the best Sunday Roasts we’d had in a good while.
The Shore Bar & Restaurant
If you’re wandering around in Leith on a Sunday and it’s a Sunday Roast you’re after, you need to try The Shore. We’ve heard they do a mean lamb roast in their cosy, wood-paneled restaurant. There’s huge mirrors, open fires, and hearty food. It’s the perfect place for relaxed and cosy dining. Their staff are friendly, they’ve got amazing beer and wine, and there’s usually live jazz on a Sunday too. Book now to get your Sunday Roast plans sorted.
Right next to Waverley is the flower adorned Brewhemia. Known for it’s wild nights out, and exceptional drinks, Brewhemia is one of the only places in Edinburgh that’ll give you a hangover and also cure it. Their Brewhemia Sunday Roast is priced at £16, and you can choose from their weekly haus roasting joint or the harissa roasted cauliflower steak, served with seasonal vegetables, roast potatoes, homemade yorkies and lashings of gravy. If the hang is bad, they even serve bloody mary’s and prosecco to give you a boost.
One of the best new openings in Edinburgh last year, Sonder is home to interesting dishes cooked expertly. Their Sunday Roast menu still has your usual meat and two veg, but because it’s Sonder, they do things a little differently. Sonder Roasted is £35 for a sharing board for two, you can choose from Slow cooked bbq’d beef rib with garlic, rosemary and bone marrow butter, or 24 hour smoked pork shoulder, marinated in cider and bramley apples. They’re both served with seaweed roasted potatoes, seasonal vegetables, and cauliflower cheese. Book in otherwise we’ll be disappointed in you.
Sunday’s in Cadiz are just like they are in actual Cadiz, Spain. You’ll find all kinds of people having a long, lazy lunch with friends and family. Kick back, order some wine, order a couple of tapas and let the kitchen cook up a paella. There are three delicious combinations to choose from all made with premium Calasparra rice, serving 2 – 3 people. Go for the meat, fish, or a combination of the two if you can’t decide. You can even add lobster if you’re feeling particularly hungry. If you’re looking for an alternative to the usual Sunday Roast, Cadiz have got you sorted. Olé!