Sunday Roast Delivery Brighton
Here at Restaurants Brighton, we’ve always championed the Sunday Roast culture in the city. It’s a shared passion, one that engages a great deal of controversy on Social Media channels and one of the most coveted BRAVO awards.
While the social element of the Sunday roast event is still going to be a little while in the coming, there are some great home delivery or collection options, which means you can still experience that other joy of The Great Brighton Roast – not having to do the washing up.
Every working week (lockdown or otherwise) deserves a lunchbreak from The Social Board in our opinion. If shock-horror, you find yourself reaching the weekend having missed the mandatory mega-wich we suggest trying their roasts. Pre-order via email on firstname.lastname@example.org or via Deliveroo. Be warned, if they can ruin you for sandwiches, they may well ruin you for roasts too.
The legendary Hove Place has created a build your own, finish at home, roast. Pick your starters and mains, add a naughty pudding or cheese board from The Great British Charcuterie and even a bottle of wine. To keep things socially responsible, collection times are grouped to no more than four customers per 15 minutes. And to keep things environmentally responsible, you can expect the same quality and locality of produce as well as 100% compostable or recyclable packaging. Hove Place has set up a dedicated website for ordering Hove Place at Home.
The grand tradition of Sunday Lunch doesn’t get much more so than when it comes from The Grand. Cyan, the new concept all-day eatery from the iconic seafront hotel is now serving a range of roasts, including a vegan option, all served with the classic trimmings. Order by phone or online by Thursday for Sunday collection, ready for heating and eating at home.
Morleys Bistro in Hurstpierpoint has a sophisticated menu and is currently available for collection, including classic, locally sourced Sunday roasts with all the trimmings. With vegetarian, meat options and half-sized kid’s portions available, this is elegant bistro dining, without the sweat. Order by phone on 01273 835000 for collections between 12 and 4.00 pm.
The launch of the Coal Shed’s ‘finish at home’ menu got a lot of Brighton in a frenzy of excitement. The acclaimed steak restaurant does all the hard work or marinating, seasoning and searing, so you just have to do a few simple steps to finish off the dish with a few simple steps. On Sundays, the Coal Shed’s renowned roast is available as a three-course meal for (multiples of) two, with sirloin of beef as the centrepiece. Order up to 4 pm the day before for next day collection or delivery.
The superb modern French bistro, Petit Pois, have taken the distinctly British weekend Roast and finessed it with a little rustic style and flavour. ‘Petit Pois to go’ is open for delivery and collection Fridays and Saturdays, with their Franco-fusion roasts available on Sundays, duck-fat roast potatoes and ratatouille add some characteristically rich deep flavours. Choose from pork belly, roasted chicken, slow-roasted rump of beef all with seasonal greens and Yorkshire puddings. Half portions are available for children and there is a vegan wellington (with vegan sides) too.
A local family favourite, The Cleveland Arms, in Fiveways has introduced a ‘heat at home’ Sunday roast to ensure maximum safety for customers and staff, as well as the promise of a roast that is served exactly how it should be. We wouldn’t expect anything less from the winners of the Knorr Best Meat Roast, 2019! The Cleaveland kitchen is run by Phil Bartley and his signature of locally sourced prime meats and expert treatment of flavours will be warmly welcomed by many. Orders must be placed by 9 pm the Friday before and a collection time will be appointed, the menu can currently be viewed via their Instagram or Facebook feeds, with orders taken by phone.
Flex your food photography skills and eat a fantastic roast from the kitchen of Russel Tisbury at the Ladies Mile. Currently, they run a competition every week for the best roast picture, the winner gets two free roasts the following week (the trick is having enough self-control to style your plate without tucking in straight away). Roasts are available for collection with lines open for orders from 5 pm Thursday, until Saturday or when sold out, call 07843 424563 to order. Cameras, cutlery, action!
For hungry households in Hanover, the Haus on the Hill pub serve a family roast for four, with meat, and plant options as well as individual roasts. Available for delivery via Uber Eats (especially suited to those who live at the bottom end of Southover), or collection (for smug top dwellers). Complete the experience with a few pints of delicious Brighton Bier, also available from the Haus. Pre-order and pay by Saturday midday by contacting Danny O’Shea (of Bus Stop fame) on 01273 601409, you can see the menu here.
The Dyke Alehouse and Kitchen
If you’ve dropped the ball and not pre-ordered your roast you are given a second reprieve by another of Russel Tisbury’s kitchens, this time at the Dyke Alehouse and Kitchen, order online on Sundays 12 – 5 pm for collection. It’s a classic Tisbury traditional roast with four meat options and two plant (one veggie, one vegan), all served with flavoursome vegetables, roasties and classic extras such as mac and cheese or pigs in blankets as lovely additions.