Enjoy a classic Sunday lunch - we bring you five of the best roasts in Bury St Edmunds
Sunday Lunch is an absolute staple at Ravenwood Hall, a county hotel nestled in woodlands just off junction 45 of the A14.
With a seasonal menu freshly prepared by the kitchen team every Sunday, families are treated to the rich tastes of a classic Sunday roast.
35-day air dried roast sirloin of British Beef is the highlight of the Ravenwood Hall roast, enjoyed with fluffy roast potatoes and large Yorkshire puddings.
Served with seasonal veg and cauliflower cheese in sharing bowls for you and your party to enjoy.
Not only is the food exquisite, but the hotel itself is an idyllic building and the perfect spot to enjoy a leisurely lunch with friends and family.
The Warrens Restaurant and Shot Glass Bar at Eriswell Lodge shooting ground just outside Brandon is also open 7 days a week offering for food and drink to everyone.
Our traditional Sunday Carvery, which normally comes with a choice of two roasted meats sourced from our local butcher, Paul Russell at Outwell. We also offer a vegetarian option which changes weekly.
Our amazing Yorkshire puddings and traditional gravy is home made by our in-house chefs, all served with a selection of seasonal vegetables.
After having a feast on our carvery, we have a selection of scrumptious desserts from our board.
Our carvery is served from 12 till 2.30pm subject to availability. Bookings can be made by calling us on 01638 534045.
Private parties and large groups are fully welcomed and can be served in a private room, bookings are required for this.
There's also ample car parking and fully disabled access.
The One Bull
The One Bull is a relaxed yet stylish gastropub praised for its Sunday roasts.
Suffolk beef sirloin (served pink) and Blythburgh free range slow-reared pork loin and belly are regularly on the menu with seasonal vegetables.
Pescatarians and vegetarians can enjoy fish battered with in-house Brewshed beer batter or dishes such as brie and red onion tart (with crisp pastry and ripe creamy brie).
Their Brewshed beer is brewed locally: choose from Pale Ale, Best Bitter, American Blonde or changing seasonal brews.
If wine is your preferred lunch tipple, ask for the award-winning wine list, which includes familiar names as well as some more unusual choices.
Cap off your meal with homemade ice cream and a handpicked pudding wine or a selection of British cheeses and a glass of vintage port.
The Guinness Arms is a stunning 16th Century coaching inn in the heart of the Suffolk village of Icklingham; the premises has a beautiful, large, landscaped garden that rolls down to the River Lark.
The pub itself has a large conservatory style dining area, a smaller, more intimate dining area, two bars and eight bedrooms, located in the barns adjacent to the pub.
All the produce is sourced from the estate farm and wild countryside wherever possible, then further afield to take advantage of the exceptional array of East Anglian producers that surround us.
A traditional pub serving a great range of real ales alongside their hearty Sunday lunch menu, The Tavern on St John's atmosphere matches the style of their food; relaxed and informal.
The Sunday lunch menu typically includes roast shoulder of Suffolk pork, roast beef, roasted supreme of chicken and wild mushroom and tarragon pie.
They also do takeaway pre-booked in advance!