Top 7 Sunday Roasts in Sydney For Your Perfect Winter Weekend Feast

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Sunday roast is a time-honoured tradition that has been celebrated in many cultures for generations. In Sydney, this classic meal has taken on a whole new level of culinary excellence, with chefs and restaurants putting their own spin on the dish.

Whether you prefer a traditional roast beef with all the trimmings or a creative vegetarian option, there’s no shortage of places to indulge in this hearty and comforting meal in the city. From casual pubs to upscale dining rooms, add a Sunday roast to your weekend agenda.



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The Unicorn Hotel


The Unicorn Hotel whips up a classic Sunday roast with a twist. Their pork roast, with all the trimmings, includes beef fat potatoes, mash, roasted carrots, and apple sauce. Unfortunately, you won’t find a Yorkshire pudding here, but the beef fat potatoes more than make up for it. We recommend booking a table as they fill up fast, especially on Sundays.



The Duke of Clarence


You know a venue is serious about their roast offerings when the menu has a section dedicated to Roast Sundays. At The Duke of Clarence, patrons will find plenty of options, from beef sirloin to chicken, roast lamb, and even roast pumpkin. You can add any extras your heart desires, including a fluffy Yorkshire pudding, pigs in blankets, cauliflower and cheese, and honey-roasted parsnips. If you’re serious about your Sunday roast, grab a seat at The Duke of Clarence.



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The Lord Dudley Hotel


The Lord Dudley in Woollahra is a traditional English pub that offers a hearty Sunday roast with all the classic accompaniments. Their roast pork with apple sauce is a standout and their sticky date pudding is the perfect way to round off your meal.



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The Carrington

Surry Hills

This historic pub serves up a classic Sunday roast with all the trimmings. Their beef brisket is perfectly cooked and served with roast potatoes, carrots, and green beans — until sold out. The cozy ambience and friendly service make it the perfect spot to enjoy a relaxing Sunday afternoon.



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The Taphouse


The Taphouse in Darlinghurst is a great spot for a Sunday roast, with options ranging from traditional roast beef to a vegan lentil and mushroom pie. The roast pork is a standout, served with roast potatoes, carrots, and green beans. As one of the city’s best craft beer venues, you would be amiss to skip a cold one at The Taphouse.



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The London


Settle into this modern British gastropub, serving roast beef with potatoes, carrots and a moreish bone marrow gravy. Vegetarian options are also available, including a roasted pumpkin dish. With a stylish and contemporary atmosphere, The London is a great place to enjoy a Sunday meal with friends or family.



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Sydney Park Hotel


Cap off the weekend with a succulent vegetarian Sunday roast, crispy potatoes, and seasonal vegetables, served with rich gravy and Yorkshire pudding. Expect generous portions and a homely atmosphere.


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Mille Vini

Surry Hills
Dig into an Italian roast featuring a succulent Porchetta served fresh with house-made Yorkshire pudding and all the trimmings, including roasted carrots and potato. Pair it with a lightly spiced Italian red wine for a perfect Sunday. On Saturdays and Sundays, you can pop into Mille Vini for a bottomless mulled wine session, complete with a five-course banquet of the tastiest dishes on the menu.

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