Sunday afternoons make the best time to enjoy lunch with your family, especially in Edinburgh, so here are a selection of our favourite places for a good old-fashioned Sunday lunch!
The Shore North Queensferry
If you are looking for a restaurant that offers all your favourite roasts and trimmings, complemented with beautiful starters and desserts and topped off with the most incredible views, then head out-of-town to North Queensferry to Twenty Princes Street’s sister restaurant The Shore. On their Sunday lunch menu you will find starter options like Citrus Cured Shetland Salmon, Goats Curd and Mussels. For mains they have a proper Sunday roast with all the trimmings and topped off with a big Yorkshire pudding, as well as a Roast Shoulder of Pork Sunday lunch as well as choices of steak, nut roast and various other options from their a la carte menu.
Address: The Shore Grill & Fish House – located in the DoubleTree by Hilton Edinburgh – Queensferry Crossing St Margaret’s Head North Queensferry KY11 1HP
Award-winning restaurant, Chop House, is the perfect place for Sunday roasts. The restaurant has won various awards for its exemplary prowess in beef roast and has been featured in the Netflix’s Steak Revolution documentary. You can get the most extensive range of steak in Britain at Chop House, while you chat with family and friends as the chefs do their work. Chop House gets their meat from Hardiesmill Aberdeen Angus, an award-winning Scottish beef supplier for a consistent texture, flavour and longevity of taste. On their Sunday roasts, you can get roasted sirloin with bone marrow gravy, and honey roast root vegetables, among others. On the Chateaubriand Shares, there are various options of fillet, cooked as you like and served with all the trimmings.
Address: 102 Constitution St, Edinburgh EH6 6AW
Rhubarb at Prestonfield House
Are you looking for a hotel that offers traditional Sunday lunch menu in Edinburgh? Well, Prestonfield House has you covered. Their Sunday lunch menu offers some of the most exquisite meals to give you the best traditional taste of recipes. From their pumpkin seed oil and butternut squash veloute soup to oatcakes, cucumber and rillette salmon, your Sunday lunch will just have started. You can choose to have the main course of port or roast beef which comes will all the trimmings.
Address: Prestonfield House, Priestfield Road, Edinburgh EH16 5UT
Kyloe Sunday Roast
Edinburgh’s award-winning Sunday roast and BBQ, Kyloe Restaurant and Grill, is a top spot for your ideal Sunday lunches and roasts. You will get big Yorkies, fluffy roast tatties, home-made pan gravy and sweet vegetables as the accompaniments to the best Scottish beef roast rib. On the menu, there are also superb British pudding for sharing, duck fat roasted potatoes and hot horseradish cream, among others. Your joint of broader of the best roast rib of Scottish beef is carved at the table.
Address: 1-3 Rutland St, Edinburgh EH1 2AE
Located in Georgian New Town in Edinburgh’s residential streets, the Cumberland Bar offers a unique location for real ales, wines, spirits and delicious traditional meals. The environment is perfect in all-weather conditions with an open fire at the bar roast when it’s cold. For the ideal Sunday getaway, you can book a space in the restaurant for up to twelve people and choose your preferred buffet. The menu is quite flexible, and you can make a booking with your preferred meal. There is plenty of roast lunches which comes with puffy pastry bonnet, seasonal vegetables and mashed potatoes. The restraint is quite comfortable for people who want to enjoy their roast while they have a cold beer at the bar. The Cumberland Bar also offers one of the most affordable prices for their meals.
Address: 1-3 Cumberland St, Edinburgh EH3 6RT