These cosy eateries in and around Northampton come highly recommended
If you are craving a tasty roast with lashings of gravy and all the trimmings, these cosy eateries in and around Northampton come highly recommended.
Nestled in the Mounts area of Northampton, this snug pub is hugely popular for its traditional roasts which come with a selection of meats, two vegetarian and a vegan option, served with delicious homemade Yorkshire puddings.
Satisfied customers praise this stylish pub and restaurant for its Sunday offering, commenting on both the high quality and large portion sizes, earning it a four out of five star rating.
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Diners have plenty of choice for their Sunday lunch here with the likes of topside beef, honey glazed gammon and turkey breast all on the menu, accompanied by garlic and rosemary goose fat roast potatoes, stuffing, veg and gravy.
Highly rated for its friendly service and good value, the Britannia offers a good variety on its Sunday menu, including its own signature roasts which include an eight-hour slow-cooked rib of beef and slow-cooked lamb shoulder.
The Sunday roasts are the standout dish at this trendy English pub and kitchen, where diners can choose from 28-day aged mature beef with a giant homemade Yorkshire pudding, roasted lamb shoulder, or slow-roasted rare-breed pork.
Aged rump of beef, leg of lamb, pork loin and crackling, and half roast chicken are the meaty delights that await you at this idyllic country pub, each served with roast potatoes, seasonal veg and Yorkshire pudding.
Tucked away in the heart of the Northamptonshire countryside, this local pub and restaurant provides a tranquil spot to escape to and boasts an impressive Sunday menu which is sure to set your mouth watering.
Awarded a 4.5 out of 5 rating on TripAdvisor, visitors praise this snug countryside pub for its friendly, welcoming service, good value for money and hearty Sunday menu, which also caters for gluten free and vegan diners.
Sunday roasts at The Greyhound come with all the trimmings, and if you have room to spare, there are some irresistibly sweet desserts for after, including sticky toffee pudding, millionaire's cheesecake and rhubarb crumble sundae.
Priding itself on its traditional home-cooked food and locally sourced fare, this charming thatched pub offers a weekly rotation of meats for its Sunday roasts, as well as a vegetarian option, complete with all the trimmings.
Popular for its Yorkshire puddings, fluffy roast potatoes, seasonal veg and array of meats, the Sunday lunches here have all the ingredients for a satisfying meal, but there are some lighter options too if you aren't too peckish.
There are a great variety of main dishes to choose from here, including dry aged sirloin of beef and slow roast pork belly, plus a choice of starters and desserts for a wonderfully filling Sunday meal.
As well as the traditional meat, potatoes and gravy, diners can enjoy some alternative dishes at The Kings Head, with the likes of fillet of cod, steak burger and a pumpkin filo parcel also on the menu.
Offering three featured roast every week, accompanied by some tasty sides, diners can opt for the Sunday lunch or choose from the full main lunch menu, from 12.15pm until 4.45pm.
Diners can tuck into a delicious Sunday roast at this stylish, modern restaurant every week from 12pm until 7pm, with a main course priced at 7, and starters and desserts at 3 each.