Sunday Roasts are one of the UK’s more fiercely guarded traditions, something loved by locals and a must-try for visitors. Luckily, some of the best Sunday Roasts in Manchester are plated right here on the Oxford Road.
The Oxford Road area of Manchester is a bustling and diverse neighbourhood full of unique culinary experiences. One tradition that many locals and visitors alike love to indulge in is the Sunday Roast. Whether you’re a fan of succulent meats, crispy potatoes, or rich gravies, a Sunday Roast is the perfect way to cap off your weekend.
But with so many restaurants and pubs in the area offering their own take on this classic meal, it can be tough to know where to start. That’s where this guide comes in! We’ve scoured the Oxford Road area to find the best spots for a top-notch Sunday roast, from classic British pub fare to globally-inspired twists on the traditional meal.
First up, we have The Refuge at the iconic Kimpton Clocktower. On Sundays, The Refuge serves their famous roasts all day long and there’s quite the choice, from the grass-fed rump of Lancashire beef and rare breed pork loin to some lovely vegan options and an array of trimmings.
With a cosy atmosphere and friendly staff, Gorilla is the perfect spot for a chilled Sunday afternoon. Their traditional Sunday Roasts are excellent and served until they run out.
If you’re looking for a twist on the classic British Sunday roast, look no further than Zouk. As well as classic meat dishes, the Indian restaurant offers a vegetarian take on the Sunday Dinner with spiced and marinated vegetables cooked over hot flames and served with a choice of Tikka sauce & rice OR roast potatoes, spicy gravy & a Yorkshire pudding.
No matter what your taste buds are craving, there’s a Sunday Roast in Manchester’s knowledge quarter that’s sure to satisfy. So grab some friends, loosen your belt, and get ready for a delicious and indulgent meal!