Best Places For a Sunday Roast in Cornwall
The incomparable British tradition of a Sunday lunch has forever been an ideal method for finishing your week. A delicious Sunday roast in Cornwall is never far away, with the fluffiest yorkshire puddings, a range buttery greens, honey roasted root carrots and parsnips, delectable pigs in blankets, perfectly roasted potatoes, spectacular piece of beef, pork, lamb or vegan option all waiting for you!
Regardless of whether it’s in a quaint seaside restaurant, local pub with a thundering fire, there are numerous ways of enjoying in a mouth-watering carvery on a lethargic Sunday in Cornwall. Our wonderful county is becoming more and more popular for its spectacular restaurants and delectable food. Check out a few of favourite spots for Sunday Roast below.
Falmouth & Truro Sunday Roasts
Star & Garter
Star & Garter take Sunday Roasts exceptionally seriously. First, they get the finest meat from renowned Cornish butcher Phillip Warren, whether that proper piece of pork to create the best crackling you can imagine, moorland aged rump of beef, a luscious leg of leg lamb or as their vegan option coal-roasted rainbow roots. Served with crispy roast potatoes, horseradish & thyme Yorkshire puddings, springs greens, parsnips, roast cauliflower cheese, swede mash, as well as silky gravy (the sides will be different if you choose the delicious vegan option). While enjoying the scrumptious meal, you can stare out onto Falmouth Harbour, a great spot to visit if you are staying in one of Falmouth Holiday Homes.Website
A lovely pub based on The Moor in Falmouth, serving up a hearty and delicious roast that is genuinely memorable using the finest locally sourced produce! On their menu, they offer rare roast silverside of beef with horseradish cream, roast pork belly with Bramley apple sauce or artichoke & spinach filo parcel, all served with rapeseed roasted potatoes, root veg mash, braised red cabbage, seasonal greens and marmalade & harissa glazed parsnips. All these delectable elements combine to melt in your mouth for one of the best Sunday roasts around!Website
Located on Falmouth’s waterfront with brilliant views on to Falmouth Harbour, it is hard to resist not dining here, and you will not regret it if you do. Their Sunday roast is a special treat, with them offering slow-roasted topside of beef, confit of Primrose Herd pork belly or their vegan option comes stuffed portobello mushroom! The extras can range from beautifully roasted potatoes, honey roasted root veg, braised red cabbage, cauliflower cheese, Yorkshire pudding and seasonal greens to enhance your roast to the next level!Website
The Punchbowl & Ladle – Feock
Set with in the beautiful woodlands of Feock on the outskirts of Truro is The Punchbowl and Ladle, a beautiful spacious pub with lots of cosy corners serving delicious food. They offer a truly special roast for both meat eaters and vegans, using fresh and local ingredients and have partnered with St Austell Brewery to provide award winning ales, and also have extensive wine and spirit list.
Once you have finished your roast, what we like to do is put to nearby Trelissick for a walk through their woodlands with the dogs which The Punchbowl & Ladle welcome into their premises, and combined it makes for a wholesome Sunday.Website
The Pandora Inn – Restronguet
Set on the beautiful Restronguet Creek is the well known Pandora Inn; it has a pontoon so you can eat your tasty carvery while staring out onto the gorgeous scenery. In their carvery, they offer two types of meat, and a vegetarian option, crispy roasties, parsnips and Yorkshire puddings, braised red cabbage, a cheesy leek gratin, buttery carrots, cauliflower cheese, with options altering each week!Website
More Great Sunday Roasts in Cornwall
Tremenheere Kitchen – Penzance
They are based at the beautiful Tremenheere Sculpture Garden, which holds a fantastic collection of sculptures with stunning views onto St Michael’s Mount, perfect for a post-roast walk. Tremenheere Kitchen provides an exquisite Sunday roast offering Cornish pork shoulder with apple sauce, apricot & sage stuffing, or roast rump of beef with horseradish cream, a Yorkshire pudding and last but no means least is the vegan option of almond, parsnip & lentil nut roast. If that hasn’t gotten your mouth watering, they can also come with perfectly roasted potatoes, glazed carrots, cauliflower cheese, carrot & nutmeg puree, seasonal vegetables and gorgeous gravy!Website
Wilder Allotment Kitchen – Porthtown
Based up at Mount Pleasant Eco Park near Porthtowan, a wildly imaginative place, where their produce is often grown on-site and cooked for you, it is an entirely vegan menu but don’t be put off because it is genuinely scrumptious food that is full of flavour! The roast can include a sweet potato filled cashew and almond wellington, braised red cabbage, roasted potatoes, carrots and parsnips, Yorkshire puddings, stuffing balls and jerk or regular gravy; it is a fantastic meal.Website
Artist Residence – Penzance
The Artist Residence is a Georgian Inn brought to life with plenty of quirky character; it is a smokehouse and bar with a relaxed atmosphere creating homely food using local produce. A great place for meeting, eating, drinking and merry-making with loved ones, their Sunday lunch menu includes black treacle smoked brisket, 1/4 beer-can smoked chicken or a nut roast, and they are all served with a Yorkshire pudding, roast potatoes, maple-roast root veg, seasonal greens, cauliflower cheese & gravy!Website