Category: Food and Drink

Does it even count as a Sunday if you're not having a roast dinner? Fortunately, there are many places dotted around Plymouth to fill your boots with a gorgeous roast. We've highlighted just a few for which you can try.


Jolly Jacks 

Gaze across the water to the iconic Royal William Yard while you tuck into a roast dinner at Jolly Jacks. Serving hearty plates from 1pm until late, the venue boasts a variety of choices from succulent roast beef and Yorkshire pudding to a nut roast, all served with generous gallons of gravy! 



Visit the popular bar and eatery, Salumi, and indulge in roast heaven! Take your pick from Oakley Farm's Devon lop-eared pork loin with slow-cooked pork belly, Phillip Warren's beef sirloin accompanied by slow-cooked brisket, butter and thyme roasted free range Devon chicken or Forest Fungi' Mushroom and cheddar roast at this popular restaurant!


The Dock 

Dine with views out to Plymouth Sound at The Dock and their renowned Sunday Roasts. Served from 12:15pm until 5pm choose from roast beef or chicken with all the trimmings, as well as their Sunday menu which includes dishes such as beer battered haddock, locally caught mussels and a pie of the day. 


Tudor Rose Tea Rooms

It's more than just a tea room at Tudor Rose Tea Rooms on The Barbican! Perched along one of the cobbled streets in the historic quarter of the city, the quaint venue dishes up hearty roasts every week with meals starting at £12.95 per person and £15 for two courses.


Turtle Bay 

Treat yourself to a Caribbean-style roast at Turtle Bay! Try a Jerk Topside Beef, Half a jerk chicken, pork belly or Vegan Jerk "Chicken" alongside roasties, dumplings, sweet plantain, Caribbean roasted greens and more. 


The Fisherman's Arms

Head to the cosy Fisherman's Arms Pub hidden in the streets of The Barbican for a proper Roast Dinner. Reputedly the second oldest pub in Plymouth, The Fisherman’s Arms is home to a warm and friendly atmosphere and pleasantly situated overlooking the Barbican, selling traditional ales alongside a roaring fire. Roasts are served between 12pm and 6pm every Sunday with a changing selection of fresh meats on offer! 


Bottling Plant 

Situated at the beating heart of The Barbican is The Bottling Plant, the original Bottling Plant for Plymouth Gin established in 1860. Delicious Sunday roasts are served here from 12pm until 4pm with choices of beef striploin, belly pork, and a nut roast all accompanied with gravy, carrots, roast potatoes and much more starting from £15.50.


The Fig Tree @ 36

Recently crowned 'Restaurant of the Year' at the Devon Tourism Awards, The Fig Tree @ 36 in Stonehouse serves up delights on their Sunday menu. With Cornish pork rillettes, west country mussels and more for starters, followed by slow roast Cornish belly pork or roast rib of Launceston beef making it a popular venue among Plymouth foodies. Make sure you save room for dessert though, the sticky toffee pudding is a hugely popular choice. 


The Bridge at Mount Batten

Take a short ferry journey from The Barbican Landing Stage to Mount Batten and you'll soon meet the waterside restaurant, The Bridge. Head here for scrumptious roast turkey and all the trimmings with waterfront views across the city. 


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