25 Nov LUYA’s Lowdown on the Best Sunday Lunches
Sunday Lunch – a British tradition and quite possibly everyone’s favourite meal of the week. A home-cooked roast with lashings of gravy and crispy-on-the-outside fluffy-on-the-inside potatoes is hard to beat, but we have put together a guide to the best Sunday Lunches around, which will give your mum a run for her money…
The award-winning bistro located in the heart of Hoole serves simple yet delicious dishes using the best possible ingredients, and their Sunday lunches are no exception. With roast beef, rolled and stuffed pork belly, confit duck leg AND aged sirloin to choose from, you will be left spoilt for choice. (Other Elite Bistros are available…)
Located in the idyllic Shropshire countryside, Iscoyd Park is the kind of place you want to spend all of your Sunday afternoon… and evening too! The private country house wedding and events venue hold their Sunday Services at The Coach House on the first Sunday of every month, and it’s no surprise that tickets always sell out fast. With Michelin-trained duo; Head Chef, David Cox and Development Chef, Gareth Jones creating delicious seasonal menus using the highest quality, local ingredients, you will not leave the grounds of the 18th-century Grade II*-listed Georgian house disappointed.
The Inn at Huxley
Situated in the pretty village of Huxley, just outside Chester, The Inn at Huxley has a Sunday Lunch menu to die for, and countryside views to match. With two courses available for £26 or three courses for £30, guests can choose from a mouth-watering seasonal menu using high quality, local ingredients, including classic French onion soup, duo of pork and vanilla crème, which is so good you’ll 100% leave wanting more!
Grand Pacific should be on everyone’s list when it comes to Sunday Lunches… Located at the top of King Street in the renowned Grade II listed Manchester Reform Club building, Grand Pacific’s Sunday Lunch menu has something for everyone. From roast English topside of beef and roast chicken with all the trimmings to their delicious vegetarian option of spiced cauliflower. And, with live music from 1pm from their live band, you definitely won’t want to be anywhere else.
With a breath-taking view of Chester Racecourse, the oldest horse racecourse still in operation, 1539 Restaurant has a Sunday Lunch menu that ticks every box. Guests can choose from the traditional roast dry aged Welsh sirloin of beef with all the trimmings or have something a little different and go for their pan-fried seabass. And, if you have room, why not finish off with their cheese trolley? Yes, cheese trolley!