One of my favourite restaurants in London is Roast in Borough Market just near London Bridge. The menu is utterly British and I love to go on a Sunday for a Sunday roast none the less! Which is exactly what I did last weekend when we went for lunch/dinner, is that lunner? Inside Roast it’s very clean and spacious looking, with views through the windows onto St Paul’s and The Shard. Every time I have been here I always have a lovely quiet and relaxed meal as the man on the piano works his magic fingers on the keys.
Sunday was no different, bar the annoying family sat near us, but trust me it’s not normally the case. On Sunday they offer a set menu with three courses for £35.00. I decided to opt for something different from the Roast Beef I usually have as I looked through the menu, I was wearing my Reiss Sequin jumper below just in case you were wondering, it’s so sparkly and I love it!
I decided to start with the Butternut Squash soup with sour cream and for my main I chose the slow-roasted pork belly with bramley apple sauce. Danny had the jellied ham hock with chargrilled London bloomer and piccalilli and chose the Roast Chicken for his main, which was absolutely huge. You also get vegetables and roast potatoes to share, which is included.
We both couldn’t resist having an ice-cream sundae for dessert. Full of chocolate and vanilla ice cream, it was totally delicious! I also had a glass of Sauvignon Blanc which was really lovely to wash it all down with.
Roast is perfect for a really relaxing and classic Sunday meal, take a look at their menu here.