Top 10 Liverpool Sunday Roast Restaurants

We’ve put together a delicious list of the top 10 Liverpool Sunday Roast restaurants so you can enjoy the most amazing Sunday lunch this winter.

Liverpool Sunday Roast

1. Maray Allerton Road Liverpool

Nestled in a lovely suburb of  Allerton South Liverpool,  this gorgeous Middle Eastern inspired restaurant now serves Sunday Roast. Having recently expanded to the Albert Dock due to it’s popularity among locals in Liverpool, Maray in Allerton features exposed brick walls, wooden tables and a wonderful front of house team who warmly welcome customers. With a divine goats cheese starter and a traditional  beef or chicken roast, it’s a wonderful place to take family or friends. Have a glass of wine at the cosy bar before sitting down for a proper roast dinner. Top tip- order a side of sprouts with dates and crispy onion.  Sunday roasts are served from 12pm to 7pm and you can enjoy 1 course for £13, 2 courses for £17 or 3 courses for £22.  Check out their delicious Sunday roast menu for yourself.

Liverpool Sunday Roast

2. Miller & Carter Aughton

Located on a leafy country lane just past Maghull and on the way to Ormskirk, Miller & Carter in Aughton  is always a good choice for a Sunday roast in Liverpool. Specialising in steaks, this Lancashire steakhouse serves hand-cut 30-day aged steaks which you can enjoy as part of their Sunday menu. You can also tuck into a delicious Lamp rump which comes with dauphinoise potato, chorizo, cauliflower, peas and a rich bordelaise sauce. Make sure to book in advance though as this restaurant is very popular.  Book a table at Miller & Carter Aughton.

Liverpool Sunday Roast

3. Camp & Furnace Liverpool

Based in the vibrant Baltic Triangle, not too far from Liverpool One, Camp & Furnace has a wonderful Sunday Roast menu. Brought to you by the food gurus of SKAUS, an independent catering company,  inspired by Scandinavian culture, seasonal cooking and Scouse hospitality, you can enjoy two delicious courses for £17, or three courses for £20. Open from 12-5pm every Sunday, expect simple yet delicious cooking in an airy and open setting. Find out more about Camp & Furnace Sunday Lunch.

Liverpool Sunday Roast

4. The Florist Liverpool

As one of Liverpool’s most floral and beautiful restaurants, The Florist boasts a glamorous and feminine setting for a Sunday Roast in Liverpool. Bring your mum and make sure to pose for a selfie at the flower wall before heading upstairs to enjoy a delicious Liverpool roast dinner. The Feast and Fizz Sundays include rotisserie-roasted dishes, fresh produce and bottomless drinks! Yes, that’s right, bottomless Prosecco, Bloody Marys or Tribal Ale while feasting on 2 courses for £18.50 or 3 courses for £22.50. Find out more about The Florist in Liverpool.

Liverpool Sunday Roast

5. Alma de Cuba 

If you love a seriously good steak, Alma de Cuba in Liverpool is the place to go. Set in the former St Peter’s Catholic Church on the south side of Seel Street in Liverpool, this unique restaurant and bar is the perfect place for a Sunday lunch. The Sunday Gospel Brunch includes delights such as Roast Rump of Beef with Yorkshire Pudding & Red Wine Gravy to Roast Rump of Lamb with Yorkshire Pudding & Mint Red Wine Gravy.  Enjoy this quirky city-center restaurant with friends and family.

Liverpool Sunday Roast

6. The Barn at Moor Hall Liverpool

The perfect option for a special occasion is The Barn at Moor Hall Liverpool. With a quintessentially British feel, this rustic barn restaurant really has the wow factor. Choose a 35 aged rib eye steak or enjoy a vegetarian menu with puddings galore. We are particularity intrigued by their Roast hake, jersey royal potatoes, gem lettuce, brown shrimp, which we would order with the Pressed terrine of Goosnargh duck, pear and walnut and to finish the Choux bun, Yorkshire rhubarb, custard, blood orange sorbet.

Read the full menu at The Barn at Moor Hall here.

Liverpool Sunday Roast

7. The Hayfield Ormskirk 

Another great Liverpool Sunday Roast restaurant is The Hayfield in Ormskirk. This charming pub is a hit with locals and students alike. Cosy and inviting, the pub has big armchairs and an open fire, ideal to snuggle up in front of after enjoying a family roast. If you enjoy the tradition of going out for lunch on a Sunday with family or friends but you’re not set on a traditional roast dinner, this pub is ideal. Open 7 days a week, it has an extensive menu ranging from lasagna to steak and BBQ burgers. There is of course a traditional Sunday roast on offer.

Liverpool Sunday Roast

8. The Saracens Head

For a roast with a view, choose The Saracens Head, located in the historical village of Halsall, nestled in the picturesque Lancashire countryside and right on the banks of the Liverpool/ Leeds canal. With a seasonal menu that uses local produce, it’s a wonderful choice if you fancy a trip away from the hustle and bustle of Liverpool city-center. Their Traditional Sunday Roast comes with crisp roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables & gravy. Book a table or to find out more about The Saracens Head Liverpool. 

Liverpool Sunday Roast

9. The Sparrowhawk

Surrounded by woods and parkland, The Sparrowhawk is a beautiful Liverpool pub which has spacious airy rooms and cosy corners to enjoy if you fancy a more private dining experience. With open fires throughout the property and wooden floors, this restaurant is a great option for Sunday lunch in Liverpool. Drive towards Formby and find this lovely and leafy restaurant hidden away. If the weather permits, enjoy the gardens or dine al fresco. The menu at The Sparrowhawk changed daily, but expect a Sunday roast with all the traditional trimmings at around £12.95 to £14.95.

Liverpool Sunday Roast

10. Heritage Restaurant and Bar Liverpool

Not exactly offering a Sunday Lunch menu, but worth a mention, as  they are offering a Sunday- Monday Wine Club, which means you can bring a bottle of wine from home. Based on Castle Street in Liverpool. we love the quality that Heritage brings to the table. Choose from roast belly pork with five spice, braised ox cheek ragu with crispy polenta and pickled shallots to pan frilled chistorra sausage and crispy egg, chilli, garlic and Padron pepper. It’s honestly a taste sensation worth exploring. Read our review of Heritage in Liverpool. 

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