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Sunday Lunch - Central Bristol

Need something to spur you on through the week? Sunday lunch in Central Bristol is the perfect way to round off the weekend. We've put together some of our favourite venues to unwind, relax and enjoy a delicious roast dinner.

Hotel du Vin & Bistro

Hotel du Vin & Bistro

About: This elegant bistro is situated in the sumptuous surrounds of Bristol's Hotel du Vin. What could be more satisfying than catching up with friends or family, while savouring fantastic food and listening to the sound of some of Bristol’s most talented jazz musicians? 

Serving Times: From 12.00pm 

Price Range: £24.95 for 4 courses

Children's Menu: £9.95 for children under 12 years

Address: Narrow Lewins Mead, Bristol, BS1 2NU

Telephone: 0117 925 5577

Llandoger Trow

Llandoger Trow

About: Llandoger Trow is a family friendly pub, serving feel-good food and premium drinks. Their hearty, carvery style Sunday roasts are sure to appeal to all ages. The menu includes all of the classics including roast turkey, topside of Beef and roast gammon. Add an extra £2.00 for dessert. 

Serving Times: 12.00pm - 6.00pm

Price Range: £9.99 for 2 courses

Children's Menu: £3.99 for children under 10 years

Address: King Street, Bristol, BS1 4ER

Telephone: 0117 926 1650



About: Horts is a comfortable and relaxing place to while away an afternoon. It's Sunday lunch menu has some great options for roast lovers and Sunday grazers alike. Choose from a range of classic roasts or time honoured favourites such as bangers & mash and macaroni cheese. 

Serving Times: From 12.00pm

Price Range: £10.50 for 1 course

Children's Menu: N/A

Address: 49 Broad Street, Bristol, BS1 2EP

Telephone: 0117 925 2520

The Ashville

The Ashville

About: A brand new restaurant in Southville, Bristol. Enjoy one of their classic Sunday lunch choices, and try one of their cask ales, premium beers and refreshing ciders, because what better is there to do on a Sunday!

Serving Times: Between 12pm - 3pm and 6pm - 10pm 

Price Range: £11.95 for one course

Chidrens Menu: N/A

Address: 15 Leigh Street, Southville, Bristol BS3 1SN

Telephone: 0117 939 6897

The Volunteer Tavern

The Volunteer Tavern

About: A family and dog-friendly pub offering a warm welcome, great beer, real ale, fine wine and homemade locally sourced good food to make your Sunday roast as tasty as can be.

Serving times: from 12.00pm

Price range: £11.95 for one course

Childrens menu: N/A

Address: 9 New Street, Old Market Quarter, Bristol, BS2 9DX

Telephone: 0117 955 8498

The Bank Tavern

The Bank Tavern

About: Tucked away from the hustle & bustle of the city centre, The Bank Tavern has stood since the 1800’s. An independent free house, it prides itself on an award winning ales and ciders, excellent food and not taking itself too seriously. With music on throughout the week and an ever rotating selection of ales & ciders, you can choose the Bank Tavern for your Sunday lunch with confidence.

Serving Times: 12.00pm

Price range: £9.95 for one course

Childrens menu: N/A

Address: 8 john street, Bristol, BS1 2HR

Telephone: 0117 930 46 91

Out for Sunday lunch?

Out for Sunday lunch?

Go in style with an aperitif

Before going off for a big Sunday lunch, we like to have a few friends or family round for a glass of bubbly. It's the perfect aperitif and start to a Sunday lunch that makes it all feel like much more of an occasion. There's a huge buzz for Prosecco and also home-grown English wines so we've gone down the middle and recommend Bolney Estate Bubbly NV, an off-dry sparkling wine from Sussex that will please Prosecco and Champagne fans alike!

Wine pairings for a home-cooked Sunday lunch

Of course if you're planning Sunday lunch at home the most important thing after the food is getting the wine right. In partnership with Novel Wines, we've selected a range of wine pairings for every style of Sunday lunch! 

Roast chicken is one of the most popular options and it's often hard to decide between a red or a white wine. Fab middle ground is to go with a lightly oaked, zingy white like the Painted Wolf Paarl Roussanne from South Africa. This is a multi-award winning wine bursting with peaches, lime and cream. If you prefer turkey to chicken, which can be slightly meatier, then go for a bigger Chardonnay or try a Hungarian white wine like the excellent Kardos Furmint, full of ripe red apples and butter notes.

Going for classic roast beef? For us it's got to be a red wine and something that's rich and juicy but not overly so. Nero d'Avola, an Italian variety from Sicily, is our best bet. Packed with blackberry and plum fruits, the silkiest tannin in the Mediterranean and a juicy finish to cut through your beef and yorkshires make it a top match. Try the organic Colomba Bianca 'Kore' Nero d'Avola for a great example.

Lamb can be a great wine partner because of its fats and full flavour. A medium bodied red like the plummy Kayra Kalecik Karasi from Turkey is bound to impress, or you could go for a curveball and try a spicy Gewurztraminer like this Ilocki Podrumi Traminac Premium from Croatia.

If you're not a meat person, then those trading Sunday lunch for a fish dish can't go wrong by pairing fish with one of our favourite white wines: Kyperounda Petritis. Originating from Europe's highest altitude vineyards in the Cyprus' Troodos Mountains, this white is choc-a-bloc with ripe gooseberry and lime fruits, perfect with white fish or oily fish dishes. Vegetarian nut roast instead? Go for the nutty, creamy Chateau Ksara Blanc de Blancs from Lebanon - there's nothing like it.

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