Fancy a Sunday roast without the washing-up afterwards? Here’s a list of just some of the places in Gloucester where you can enjoy a roast without any of the effort!

The Fountain Inn

One of the oldest known sites connected with the brewing trade in Gloucester, The Fountain Inn serves Sunday lunch from 12pm – 5pm, offering a choice of meats or a nut roast, served with homemade Yorkshire puddings, roast potatoes, mixed seasonal vegetables, and homemade gravy. 

The Thatch Inn

The Thatch Inn is one of the county’s oldest and most historic buildings, and serves Sunday lunch from 12pm – 5pm, offering a choice of meats or a nut roast, served with roast potatoes, Yorkshire pudding, vegetables, and cauliflower cheese.

Farmhouse Deli

If you’re looking for a twist on the traditional Sunday roast, Farmhouse Deli is the place to go! The deli offers a Yorkshire pudding wrap, filled with either roast beef or roast pork, along with stuffing, crackling and gravy.

The Royal Exchange

Owned by a local farming family, The Royal Exchange is a lovely country pub, just a short drive outside the centre of Gloucester. Their roast meats are home-reared on the owners’ farm, and served with homemade cauliflower cheese, roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables, and a rich meat gravy.

Café René

Café René is a pub, restaurant, and live music venue in the heart of Gloucester. With three meat options and a vegan option, their roasts are served with roast potatoes, braised cabbage, roasted carrots, honey parsnip puree, seasonal greens, Yorkshire puddings, and gravy.

The Queens Head

The Queens Head is a family-run pub with an intimate and cosy feel, with soft lighting pictures and fairy lights creating a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere. The Queens Head serves Sunday lunch from 12pm – 5pm, and offers a wide selection of meats, served with crispy roast potatoes, locally-sourced seasonal vegetables, huge Yorkshire puddings, and lashings of gravy.

The Tara Restaurant at Hatton Court Hotel

With fantastic countryside views, the Tara Restaurant serves Sunday lunch from 12pm – 4pm, offering a choice of roast beef or pork, served with roast potatoes, mixed vegetables, Yorkshire puddings, and red wine gravy.

The Lock Keepers

Between 12pm and 4pm, tuck into one of the Lock Keepers’ famous Sunday roasts. Find plates piled high with the finest cuts of locally-sourced meat, roast potatoes, cauliflower cheese, Yorkshire puddings, seasonal veg, and lashings of gravy.




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