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“There’s Tribute and Proper Job on tap, plus Chalky’s Bark and Chalky’s Bite.” Sunday roast — beef with Yorkshire pudding or pork with crackling and apple sauce — £12.95.
Churchtown Padstow PL28 8ND (rickstein.com)The Beckford Arms, Tisbury“Local ales, cosy sofas and exceptional food make a perfect Sunday lunch,” says Joanna.
The Beckford Arms, Tisbury “ Local ales, cosy sofas and exceptional food make a perfect Sunday lunch,” says Joanna.
“ Go for whole roasted chicken with all the trimmings for four or hire the private dining roo Joanna Busk is editor of ‘Fork’ magazine Karen Barnes is editor of ‘delicious’ magazine Donald Reid is editor of ‘The Larder’, a guide to Scotland’s food and drink Emma Sturgess is a food writer and restaurant critic and is on the committee of the Guild of Food Writers The Cornish Arms, Padstow“I’m a fan of Rick Stein’s pub in St Merryn,” says Karen.
“All the food is locally sourced and the Sunday roasts are legendary. The local beer is brilliant too.” Ratlinghope, Shropshire SY5 0ST (uk)The Crown at Woodbridge Woodbridge is the ideal resting spot between Aldeburgh and Southwold for a genteel Suffolk weekend.
You’re in safe hands with Stephen David and Rebecca Mackenzie, who ran the Hoste Arms in Burnham Market.
“The menu is small, seasonal and full of local suppliers.17 Mossop Street, London SW3 2LY (uk)The Old Brewery A restaurant, cafe, bar and microbrewery, next to The Cutty Sark. Chicken with pancetta and baby onions, £12.95, each matched with a beer.The Pepys Building, The Old Royal Naval College SE10 9LW (oldbrewerygreenwich.com)The Bridges, Ratlinghope“A fine old pub in the beautiful south Shropshire hills,” says Karen.There is cola-glazed ham and cajun-rubbed beef, with a chilled out Sunday soundtrack and peanut butter and Oreo cheesecake for pud.48 John Bright Street, Birmingham B1 1BN (uk)The Edwardstone White Horse Inn, Sudbury A lovely Suffolk pub with locally sourced meat, nestled in pretty lanes and fields: perfect for a post-roast walk to its sister pub the Fleece in nearby Boxford.