The best Sunday roasts in Buckinghamshire

There is nothing better than a lovely Sunday walk followed by a roast in a cosy, fire-lit pub. But where in Bucks are the best? We have lined up our favourite roast destinations so you know where to head this Sunday.

The Mole and Chicken

Just within minutes of Long Crendon you will find the Mole and Chicken. A cosy pub tucked away in Easington with beautiful views across Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire. Their Sunday lunch menu includes a choice of four different traditional roasts. Rib of Beef, Chicken, Oxfordshire Lamb and Slow Roast Belly of Pork. Not to mention the delicious starters and desserts to go alongside. Visit here to find out more.

Canaletto

Although Canaletto are an Italian restaurant, their Sunday roasts still have an essence of traditionalism. With dry aged beef and Yorkshire pudding, slow-roasted pork and roasted chicken breast on the menu, they also have some traditional Italian dishes too. A Sunday lunch to suit all taste buds. Take a look here.

The Crown

This gastro pub is situated in Granborough, a charming village in the Aylesbury Vale. The Crown Sunday Lunch enables you to choose from 3 different roasts but if you can’t make your mind up you can have all 3, with their mixed roast option. As well as Sunday Roasts they have also just opened their brand new gin bar so even more reason to visit. Find out more by visiting here.

The Hundred of Ashenden

If you are looking for something a little bit different this Sunday, then why not take a trip to the quirky Hundred of Ashenden. Hidden away in Asheden village this is a great pub to visit this weekend. Their menu is updated daily but you can expect to find traditional roasts with a twist. Head chef Matt uses only seasonal and local ingredients to create delicious dishes. Read more here.

The Royal Oak

Finally the snug pub in Bovingdon Green, Marlow, The Royal Oak. From Roast Beef with all the trimmings to Buckinghamshire Venison meatloaf, this menu is full of delicious Sunday Lunch options. As well as local food, you can check out their local gins so you experience both the best of bucks food and drink. Visit here.

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