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.
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 midday on Friday for Sunday collection, ready for heating and eating at home.
The Roundhill’s BRAVO winning roast is available for home delivery as a finish at home feast. Roasts at the Roundhill are 100% plant with options including classic nut loaf or minted ‘lamb’ seitan. Served with roasties, vegan Yorkshire’s mountains of veg and rich gravy plus simple to follow instructions to have you serving up your own award-winning Sunday lunch at a fraction of the effort.
Roasts are available for collection only and orders must be placed by 6pm on the Friday before. Get in fast, these roasts are limited in number and tend to sell out before the deadline.
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.
A local family favourite, The Cleveland Arms, in Fiveways has introduced a takeaway 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. Roasts are available for collection or delivery between 12 – 5pm Sundays with no need to pre-order. With four different meat options, a tasty vegan roast, sides, starters and desserts to choose from, you won’t be disappointed! These roast dinners are packaged hot in echo friendly packaging ready to plate up when you get home.
The Black Lion are back with their Sunday roast delivery which can be ordered through Uber Eats and delivered straight to your door. The Black Lion is all about using fresh and seasonal produce from in and around Sussex and this is definitely reflected in their delicious roast dinner! You can choose from five different types of roasts, including a tasty vegan option, as well as delicious side dishes such as the all-important cauliflower cheese and pigs in blankets.
For those out Horsham way the Crown Inn Dial Post is serving up a finish at home style roast. The family-run pub prides itself on sourcing locally with landlady Penny being of local farming stock. Order by 7pm Friday to collect, then simply reheat and enjoy. Visit the Crown Inn Dial Post website for details.
Petit Pois Brighton has been breaking with French tradition and embracing the classic Sunday Roast for some time (adding to it a little French flare). Now you can have the Petit Pois experience at home with a selection of Sunday roasts, including a vegan Wellington. Children’s roasts are also available as a half portion. Free delivery to BN1, BN2 and, BN3. Simply order by 11am for same-day delivery. Visit Petit Pois at home for the menu and full details of how to order.
Make the last Sunday of the month extra special with a roast from The Cloak Room and the team at Bramble, who previously served up renowned roasts from The Shepherd and Dog pub. They combine their love of Sussex produce with their flavour intensifying smokehouse and Josper Grill for a roast packed with flavour and ready to heat up at home. Order before the last Friday of the month, then endure two days of mouth-watering anticipation before collecting on Sunday.
Follow The Cloak Room on Instagram for each month’s offering.
From the kitchen of local roast-legend Russell Tisbury to yours, the Ladies Mile Pub is serving up ‘heat at home’ roasts, with meat, vegetarian, vegan and kid options all available. Russell’s roasts consistently place top three in the Brighton Restaurant Awards as one of the best going in the city.
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). 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 Foundry (nestled in the backstreet of Brighton’s North Laine) serves up takeaway roasts from The Ethicuran Guild’s Edd Heller- mouth-watering plates with all of the traditional trimmings alongside added extras of ham, beef or lamb nuggets (a must add) and a tasty cauliflower cheese- with an added vegan version. Meat, vegetable and vegan roasts are available to order through UberEats for speedy delivery.
The Kitchen team at The Foundry of ‘Street Food’ Chefs which is run in partnership with the charity St Mungo’s (Ending Homelessness, Rebuilding Lives) and produced by former rough sleepers. Lead by Edd, the kitchen team is trained on the job to become chefs, with a full-time contract, and earning a living wage. By choosing to dine on the Sunday Roast or weekday Street Food menu you are helping the initiative.
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 email@example.com or via Deliveroo. Be warned, if they can ruin you for sandwiches, they may well ruin you for roasts too.
Those west of Brighton can benefit from a MasterChef Sunday Lunch with Kenny Tutt’s Pitch restaurant serving a ready to eat roasts. Available from 12 – 5pm, for collection (pre-order) or via Deliveroo on the day. The mains all dazzle with the flare that earned Kenny his crown – including free-range roast chicken, 35 day aged roast beef and vegetarian options all served with trimmings. Extra sides and seriously tempting desserts can be added to build up a feast to your own liking. Pre-order via the Pitch website or on the day via Deliveroo.
(photo credit: Pitch Facebook)
Kindling focusses on seasonal, sustainable and local produce, together with foraged and fermented goods to create food that is good for the body and planet. Live fire is central to how the talented chefs at Kindling achieve their flavours, but you don’t need to start firing up the barbecue in your kitchen to experience their fantastic roasts at home. Kindling’s meat and vegan finish at home roasts are prepped ready for you to heat up. Pre-order by 4pm Saturday with free delivery to BN1, BN2 and BN3 and orders for collection on Sundays between 12 and 2pm.
The Southern Belle (former BRAVO winner of Best Roast 2018) continues to bring their roast offering to the good people of Brighton and Hove, now via UberEats. Drinks are available for delivery too, making this the nearest thing to the pub experience we can get while in lockdown.
The food at The Southern Belle is also provided by The Ethicurian Guild (see The Foundry above), meaning people of Hove and Brighton can enjoy the same great roast, that supports the same great charity.
(photo credit The Southern Belle Facebook)