Sundays were made for one thing and one thing only: food. And here in Yorkshire, it’s pretty much sacrilege if that food doesn’t involve a Yorkshire pudding. Next time you’re in the mood for the holy Sunday dinner, you’ll want to bookmark this page for our guide to the best Sunday roasts in (and around) Hull.
1. Butler Whites
Butler Whites has quickly become one of our favourite spots in Hull, not only because of its prime spot on Humber Street, but also because of the delicious menu.
On Sundays, guests can expect huge Yorkshire puddings accompanied by creamy mash potato, succulent meat, crispy roasties and rich gravy – with tons of other atmospheric bars surrounding to wind down in afterwards. Butler Whites, 1TU, 2-3 Humber St, Hull, HU1 1TU.
2. Larkin’s Bar
Found on trendy Newland Avenue, Larkin’s Bar is not only home to casual pubvibes, but a Sunday carvery that takes place weekly.
Serving up a choice of three different meats, guests can tuck into turkey, beef or pork, alongside as many veggies as you’d like, perfectly roasted potatoes and tasty Yorkshire puddings… Because what’s a roast without a Yorkie pud, eh? Larkin’s Bar, 48 Newland Ave, Hull, HU5 3AE.
3. Holy Brunch Club
Found within Hammonds of Hull in Hull City Centre, Holy Brunch Club is the perfect place to spend a Sunday, thanks. toits gravy-lathered roasts that quite frankly, are one of the best in town.
Get stuck into massive Yorkshire puddings, alongside piled-high veggies, golden roasties, and luscious cuts of meat. Holy Brunch Club, HoH Food Hall, 1 Paragon St, Hull, HU1 3NA.
4. Marco Pierre White Steakhouse
If you fancy something that feels a little bit more of a treat, the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse in town is the perfect white-clothed restaurant that’ll have you feeling a little bit more of a fancy pants.
The acclaimed chef’s team cook up some seriously tasty dishes, which on Sundays consist of a choice of roast loin of pork, roast chicken or sirloin of beef paired with roasties, fluffy Yorkie puds, cauliflower cheese, stuffing and rich gravy. Irresistable. Marco Pierre White Steakhouse, Ferensway, Hull, HU2 8NH.
5. J. Johnsons
A rustic wine bar and bistro on the industrial Humber Street, J Johnsons has become loved for its beautifully-presented dishes, including their Sunday roast.
Think crispy Yorkshire puddings, an array of tasty meats, seriously smooth mash potato and tons of delicious veggies – all smothered in a rich gravy, of course. J Johnsons Hull, 59 Humber St, Hull, HU1 1TH.
6. The Wheatsheaf, Kirk Ella
A cosy pub found in Kirk Ella, on the outskirts of Hull, The Wheatsheaf offers up a bloomin’ great Sunday roast, boasting fantastic portion sizes and all the trimmings.
Choose from pork leg, beef topside, chicken supreme or their delicious vegetable roast, alongside herb roasted potatoes, sticky braised red cabbage, seasonal greens, maple roasted carrots and parsnips, homemade Yorkshire pudding and red wine gravy. Bellisimo! The Wheatsheaf, Kirk Ella, Hull, HU10 7TL.
7. The Millhouse
Found by the picturesque Skidby Mill, The Millhouse is a beautiful venue for a good bit of grub, particularly a Sunday roast.
Frequently used for weddings, the lovely venue boasts bright and airy interiors, which are perfect for a Sunday treat. Roasts are complete with huge Yorkshire puddings, generous cuts of meat, tasty trimmings, and delicious pan gravy. The Millhouse, Beverley Rd, Skidby, Cottingham, HU16 5TF.
Hessle-based Cascara is the home of some seriously delicious sharing boards, which is absolutely perfect for a big old family feast.
Packed with Chateaubriand, guests can feast on beef dripping roasties, sweet potato mash, roasted thyme and molasses carrots, garlic buttered tenderstem broccoli, creole sausage stuffing, pigs in
blankets, Yorkshire pudding and bone marrow gravy – or, opt for a roast all to yourself with a choice of rump of beef, corn-fed chicken, mushroom pie or confit belly of pork. You’ll be stuffed either way on one of the best Sunday roasts in Hull. Cascara, 38 Prestongate, Hessle, HU13 0RE.