Top 10 Sunday lunches

As Autumn descends on us, what better way to celebrate the season than with a warming Sunday lunch. Wrap yourself up in woolly a scarf and venture out to one of our top 10 Sunday lunch destinations. Trust us, you won’t regret it!

  1. The Jugged Hare, City of London

A popular city spot specialising in seasonal British game are serving scrumptious Sunday lunches with a gorgeous wine list to accompany. If you are looking to treat yourself to a quiet Sunday lunch for two – The Jugged Hare is the place to go.

  1. The Anchor and Hope, Waterloo

Fancy something a little more informal? The Anchor and Hope is the perfect choice. Just a stone’s throw away from Waterloo station, this pub is a great place for commuters to grab a seat at one of their sharing tables and enjoy a relaxed Sunday lunch.

  1. Hawksmoor, London

When you think of a Sunday roast dinner, you can’t not think of the prestigious Hawksmoor franchise. With an incredible reputation for their cuts and quality of meat, Hawksmoor are taking the Sunday lunch market by storm. Be prepared to lick the gravy from your plate – it’s that good!

  1. Blacklock, Soho

Nestled underground in the heart of Soho lies one of London’s best Sunday lunch restaurants – Blacklock. With excellent quality meats and wine on tap this is a must visit for tourists and locals alike.

  1. The Guinea Grill, Mayfair

Situated near Berkley Square, The Guinea Grill is a London institutions within the foodie scene. Specialising in dry-aged, grass-fed English and Scottish beef that is cooked over an open grill, what’s not to love about this one! With a selection of Young’s ales at the bar and a gorgeous wine list to pair with the beef, make sure you book to avoid disappointment.

  1. The Gun, Docklands

With a beautiful river view, The Gun is one of Fuller’s finest establishments. We love their whole roast chicken sharing dish and think it makes the perfect Sunday roast option for those who are hungrier than normal. With a gorgeous bar and London Pride on tap, we foresee settling in for an entire afternoon at this one.

  1. The Marksman, Hackney

Having just picked up the award for ‘Pub of the Year’ from the Michelin guide, you’d be silly not to try their hearty Sunday lunch set-menu. Make sure you check out the dripping potatoes and prepare yourself to be too full to move afterwards.

  1. The Pony and Trap, Chew Valley, Somerset

Appealing to those outside of London this gorgeous Michelin starred pub is situated in Somerset in the rolling hills of The Chew Valley. With Josh Eggleton cooking and Sister Holly running front of house, this duo know how to do a Sunday lunch justice. Enormous portions, copious amounts of wine and delicious desserts to follow, be sure to make the trip.

  1. Hinds Head, Bray

Fancy visiting the gorgeous town of Bray and indulging in a three-course dining experience? As one of the country’s best restaurants, The Hinds Head is an absolute must.

  1. The Compasses Inn, Crundale Canterbury

Having recently been awarded ‘Estrella’s Gastro Pub of the Year’ and Head Chef Rob picking up ‘Chef of the Year’, we would highly recommend booking before the word gets out. Located just outside of Canterbury this small country pub serves delicious, locally sourced meats every Sunday.

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The Change Group work with many of London’s best known restaurants, hotels, gastropubs and bars and we’re always looking for staff who want to pick up some extra shifts in the lead up to Christmas. Whether you are looking for a temporary chef job or a few waiting shifts, we have some fantastic opportunities available and will work to your schedule. Give us a call on 02079236021 or submit your CV so we can get the ball rolling.