Roast Dinners in Bristol
Nothing beats a classic Sunday roast.
Our friendly restaurants in Bristol are the perfect place for a traditional Sunday roast dinner (or lunch), with all the trimmings, topped off with a proper Butcombe pint.
Delicious chicken, beef, lamb and vegan roast dinners await you at our Bristol restaurants…
Places to Eat Sunday Dinner in Bristol
Enjoy a delicious, locally sourced, home-cooked classic British Sunday dinner at one of our restaurants in Bristol, close to popular attractions like Cabot Circus, the harbourside, We The Curious, and Bristol Aquarium.
The Ostrich in Redcliffe, Bristol
Perched on the edge of the historic Bristol Harbourside, The Ostrich pub-restaurant attracts both visitors and Bristolian locals with its menu of traditional British pub classics, selection of award-winning Butcombe beer, and its unique range of rums and cocktails – a nod to its nautical heritage. Take in the waterside view from the first floor Top Deck bar or enjoy your favourite pub meal in the cosy dining space, from bar snacks and sharing plates, to delicious pies, Sunday roasts and fresh fish caught daily from Brixham. In the summer, stop by to see The Ostrich’s dockside airstream, serving Americana-inspired street food, ice cream and boozy treats to the Bristol Harbour masses.
The Bowl Inn in Almondsbury
After exploring everything the cosmopolitan city of Bristol has to offer, treat yourself to a delicious, locally sourced meal and a refreshing pint of award-winning beers at The Bowl Inn in Almondsbury. Unwind in the historic inn, surrounded with thick stone walls, rustic beams, cosy crackling fires, and a pleasant courtyard area for alfresco dining.
The Cottage Inn in Bristol
You’ll be hard-pushed to find a better place to eat in Bristol. Stunning waterside views, plenty of history, a wide selection of award-winning beers, and delicious, locally sourced pub favourites await you at The Cottage Inn in Baltic Wharf. The inn, dating back to 1868, and draws crowds of locals and visitors, whatever the weather – so book your table now to avoid disappointment!
The Langford Inn in Lower Langford
For a true taste of the West Country, you can’t do any better than The Langford Inn pub-restaurant. On the menu, you’ll find a mix of seasonal dishes with hearty pub classics, all made with local Somerset produce in a field-to-fork approach to sustainable dining. Bring your pup along, too – The Langford Inn is dog-friendly, so your pooch will feel right at home!
The Whitmore Tap in Bristol
Named in honour of Butcombe founder Simon Whitmore, the Whitmore Tap gastropub is Butcombe Brewing Co’s taproom, offering the full range of Butcombe cask, keg and bottled beer and cider. Located in the heart of Bristol, the street-level bar offers exciting bar snacks, small plates, sharing boards and yakitori skewers, while the upstairs dining room champions British produce, local ingredients and big, seasonal flavours, all cooked fresh using the on-site Robata charcoal grill and open kitchen, and designed to complement and celebrate the delicious brews on offer!
Ring o’ Bells in Compton Martin
The Ring o’ Bells is a local legend in Compton Martin and throughout Somerset, boasting secret live music gigs from renowned pop artists like Kylie Minogue, Paul Weller, and Coldplay, while retaining its traditional country gastropub vibe, with a beautiful beer garden, kids’ play area, live sport, locally-sourced pub grub and cracking selection of award-winning Butcombe beers and real ales behind the bar. Book a table while you’re exploring the Chew Valley or surrounding Mendip Hills, and enjoy modern twists on hearty pub classics, unlike anything you’ve had before.
The Badminton in Bristol
For a classic British roast dinner carvery in Bristol, The Badminton Carvery restaurant is the best of the bunch, with a family-friendly and dog-friendly atmosphere and beautiful beer garden for al fresco dining. Perfectly cooked roasts, crispy-yet-fluffy potatoes, velvety and rich gravy, and all the trimmings… perfectly paired with a refreshing pint of award-winning Butcombe beer. It doesn’t get much better than that.