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Sunday roast suggestions

Does anyone have recommendations for Sunday roast in Bath and London? Preferably in the Kensington area. Thanks in advance!

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If you want to spend then Hawksmoor Knightbridge.

Other wise try the Sunday roast at the Builders Arms.

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This is the second request this week for Sunday roast recommendations in London. I didn’t think many people did Sunday roasts anymore - I haven’t had one in over a decade.

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probably a little less frequently for me than for Jennifer, I remember my wife's office's Christmas party one year was a pub Sunday Roast in June after the snow had gone (they were never ones for rushing things) - that was the last one we have had - probably about 15 years ago...

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I make one every Sunday without fail much to my chiildren's chagrin although I agree that it appears to be falling out of favour. Many of my kid's friends don't appear to have one and also many don't sit at a table as a family to eat.

I can't think of anything more comforting and delicious than a plate of roast rib of beef, Yorkshire pudding, crispy roast potatoes and lashings of rich gravy. I also haven't found anywhere that can replicate a good home cooked roast.

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We booked for Easter Sunday at Blacklock. They have 4 locations you could try. Looks delish and you can get the "all-in" which is beef, pork and lamb.

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I very occasionally make a Sunday roast but never go out to eat one. I prefer to eat things that aren’t geared up just for tourists!

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We call it Sunday dinner in the U.S. My mother always made roast beef with roasted potatoes, carrots, onions, and gravy. My husband and I make Sunday dinner every week, but not always roast beef. Chicken or pork instead, and not always roasted, with different sides, but almost always mashed potatoes. Sometimes we eat Sunday dinner in a restaurant after church. I have noticed that younger generations don't have it, so maybe it's an age thing.
Since I will be a tourist on vacation, and will have neither the desire nor a kitchen to cook it, we'll have our Sunday dinner (roast) in a restaurant.

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I having enjoyed pigging out at the Hereford Arms, near the Gloucester Road tube station. Happy atmosphere and hearty menus, with a good selection of Fuller's beers.
Reservations essential. https://www.herefordarms.co.uk/

(For those less rurally inclined, it is named for a breed of cow.)