Best Sunday Lunch in Sheffield | 10 Seriously Good Roasts
A home-cooked Sunday lunch where you can help yourself to seconds might be appealing, but Sheffield’s top restaurants and pubs are set to steal your mum’s crown. We’ve created the ultimate selection of scrumptious roasts, catering for veggies, vegans or neither, so all you need to do is pick one to go to. A Sunday is best served with lashings of gravy and a Yorkshire pudding (or two) and you’ll find all this and more with our guide to the best Sunday lunch in Sheffield.
Sunday Lunch in Sheffield City Centre
Nestled in the heart of Sheffield, Silversmith’s bring a real sense of style to your Sunday lunch. Utilizing the city’s renowned local suppliers to their full advantage, sourcing local ingredients to capture a true taste of Yorkshire.
Changing their soup and terrine starters weekly depending what’s in season, there’s one thing on the Sunday lunch menu that is a staple. Their unbelievably delicious 32 Day Dry Aged Beef Sirloin, served with Dauphinoise potatoes and a huge Yorkshire pudding. See and taste for yourself, possibly the best Sunday lunch in Sheffield served from 12 – 4 pm every week.
Silversmiths, 111 Ardunel Street, Sheffield, S1 2NT – 0114 270 6160
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Sunday. A national day of rest. So why feel the need to sweat over the stove when Thyme Café is a gastropub with all the home-cooked attributes and minus the stress. They open their doors from 12 pm to feed anyone that enjoys a quality selection of meats, freshly cooked veggies and homemade yorkies, right up until 8 pm. What’s better than Roast Belly of Pork with stuffing, crackling and apple sauce? Not having to slave away to make it.
Sunday Lunch Sheffield Area
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In the atmospheric Kelham Island, Head Chef Patrick Bond aims to encompass the cities roots and heritage into every dish their award-winning gastro pub plates up. Keeping the excitement alive, The Milestone creates a ‘From Scratch’ roast menu every season, across three courses, ranging from Citrus Cured Trout for starters to Aubergine Steak with all the trimmings for mains. Their illustrative Victorian building entices that of the finest of produce to create their highly appraised dishes, being one of the achieved in the competitive area.
The Milestone, 84 Green Lane, Kelham Island, Sheffield – 0114 272 8327
Sunday lunches are made for the cosy neighbouring feeling of being together, that busy but homely atmosphere you find in a friend or family’s kitchen on a Sunday afternoon. Brocco on The Park promises to replicate just that, a boutique hotel that is also renowned for its stunning décor that feels just like home (plus a couple of waiting staff and minus the mess). Their roasts consist of Beef, Pork and Celeriac steak options not forgetting they specialise in Gluten Free, Wheat Free and Vegan or Vegetarian requirements.
92 Brocco Bank, Sheffield, S11 8RS – 0114 266 1233
2017 saw the establishment of this independent restaurant, Butcher and Catch. It has since made its mark with its honest approach to a traditional culinary experience, working closely with surrounding suppliers and their farmers who lovingly rear their animals, ensuring 100% of their meat is Farm Assured and Red Tractor Accredited. Their list of suppliers is aplenty, such as Moss Valley Fine Meats, Sheffield Cheesemasters and Our Cow Molly. Their chosen Sunday roast changes weekly, severed all day, and that’s why it’s considered the Best Sunday Lunch in Sheffield.
199-203 Whitham Rd, Broomhill, Sheffield, S10 2SP – 0114 263 1304
Sunday’s are made for grazing, and that’s just what you’ll do! The social butterflies at The Graze Inn invite everyone around come Sunday, where they begin their all-day munch marathon with a Brunch service at 9 am, filling up the modern yet rustic feel room until 3 pm. That’s when the star of the Sunday gets its spotlight, a selection of Sheffield’s finest of meats showcasing their very own famous dish, Rotisserie Chicken with Pigs in Blankets, served from 12pm until it’s all been gobbled up.
315-319 Ecclesall Rd, Sheffield S11 8NX – 0114 267 6666
This 2-AA-Rosette awarded country pub welcomes you with open arms every single Sunday, where they’ll feed you the Mother of all roasts. Growing and hand-picking from their very own allotments, their contribution to organic and fresh produce is as green-fingered as the local suppliers they use. The historic building withholds the atmosphere both in and out of the building as it tends to fill up with excitable guests every weekend, making it the ideal venue for a nostalgic Sunday lunch in Sheffield.
Halifax Rd, Wortley S35 7D5 – 0114 288 8749
This Yorkshire pub was a 2020 AA ‘Pick of The Pubs’ of the year so their triumphs don’t stop at their roasts. Full of English favourites, their Sunday menu consists of mouth-watering honey-glazed ham or striploin of beef, dressed in its Sunday best, gravy. If a roast isn’t to your taste, their Sunday menu is most definitely worth the trip. From Crab and Mussel Tagliatelle to pan-fried seatrout, you’ll find something for everyone inside the stone building waiting to be filled with celebration and cheer. Head out to the Cricket Inn to see why the locals call this one of the best Sunday lunch in Sheffield.
Penny Lane, Sheffield S17 3AZ – 0114 236 5256
The Broadfield Ale House is just another hidden watering hole where you’ll find possibly the Best Sunday Lunch in Sheffield. From a creamy Yfenni and leek rarebit tart, or Tandoori chicken breast to begin with, and a selection of traditional dishes with a twist. From sticky stout braised beef cheek to pancetta risotto, you will be spoilt for choice.
452 Abbeydale Road, Sheffield S7 1FR – 0114 255 0200