These Are The Best Sunday Roasts To Try In Sheffield

These Are The Best Sunday Roasts To Try In Sheffield
Feeling peckish this Sunday? These are the best roast dinners to try in Sheffield.

It’s officially the weekend, and you know what that means. Yorkshire puddings, Yorkshire puddings and more Yorkshire puddings. There’s no sweeter thought. Steel City is filled to the brim with fantastic restaurant options, so to help you take your pick, here’s our guide to the best Sunday roasts in Sheffield.

The Doctor’s Orders

Credit: The Doctor’s Orders

Definitely what the Doctor order, The Doctor’s Orders is a traditional boozer set out towards Broomhall – and they really pile the food high on Sundays! The Yorkshire’s are huge, the roasties are crispy and the meat offering is delicious, with Beef topside, Pork loin and butternut squash for the veggies. It’s no wonder it’s one of the highest rated Sunday roasts in Sheffield!

The Beer Engine

A proper Yorkshire pub with proper Yorkshire grub, The Beer Engine is a laid back establishment, with an ever-rotating offering of cask and keg beers for you beer enthusiasts out there. And what perfect pairing than a cheeky pint and a roast?

Not only do the pub serve up a belter of a roast, they’re also vegan and vegetarian friendly. The menu does change every now and then, sometimes week by week, however their current Sunday offering includes roasted chicken, Goats cheese wellington or kale and quinoa grill – all served up with mash, cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower cheese, carrots and parsnips, roasties and of course a Yorkshire pud.

The Florentine

Credit: The Florentine

One of the best looking roasts in the city, The Florentine offers up a diverse Sunday menu, with not only roasts on offer, but everything else too. There’s quite the variety with their roasts too, with sirloin of beef, roast chicken breast, shoulder of pork, and a vegetarian option all on the menu.

Each roast is served with beef dripping potatoes, carrots and parsnips, kale, cauliflower cheese, brown butter croutons, Yorkshire pudding and of course, gorgeous rich gravy (veggie options are of course not served with anything using beef dripping).

The Old House

The Old House focusses on what’s really important – serving up good food, good beer and a good atmosphere. The pub itself has a traditional feel to it, and is the perfect Sunday hideout.

Currently offering up a choice of beef, pork or half a roast chicken, each roast is served with seasonal veggies, roast potatoes, cauliflower cheese, Yorkshire pudding and… Wait for it… Bottomless gravy – cos there’s nothing worse than a dry roast.

The roast comes in extremely affordable, at less than £12.50 dependant on the meat you order. Vegans can also rejoice, as a vegan option is available for just £11.50.


Credit: Riverside

Just outside the city centre in Kelham, Riverside is a really cool spot for laid back drinks and food – and their Sunday roast is well worth a try.

Their Sunday menu is probably one of the most diverse in the city, with a choice of beef, pork belly, half roast chicken, five nut roast, roast beef & pork, roast beef & quarter chicken, pork belly & quarter chicken, or a double nut roast. What’s even better? You can double up on meat for just £3 extra!

Devonshire Cat

Bang right in the city centre, the Devonshire Cat is another laid back option – the perfect setting for stuffing your face with a good ol’ roast.

Changing their menu every few weeks, the Devonshire Cat typically offers up your usual roast options such as beef, pork and vegetarian with all the trimmings. Booking is advised, because naturally it’s a pretty popular option for Steel City dwellers!

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