The best Sunday roasts in Buckinghamshire pubs

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 Pointer

With its own butcher's shop next door, The Pointer prides itself on locally sourced fresh meat, as well as other seasonal produce. You can eat in the rustic beamed cosy bar or head past the open kitchen to a light airy restaurant in a converted barn for more formal dining. Roasts with all the trimmings are available from 12pm on Sundays - you won't be disappointed!


The Nags Head

A 10 minute walk from the centre of Great Missenden is a 4-star, silver awarded 15th Century inn. The hotel’s kitchen, fronted by Howard Gale, has been awarded an AA Rosette and ingredients are sourced locally wherever possible. Enjoy their delicious Sunday roasts and soak up the atmosphere in the bar with their impressive open fire and selection of real ales.


The Dinton Hermit

Situated in a beautiful rural location in the hamlet of Ford, The Dinton Hermit is a charming 17th century grade II listed pub with modern additions and terrace. They offer a traditional Sunday roast menu with at least 2 roasts and Sunday specials. A great place to go with a crowd.


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!


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 and experience the best of Bucks' food and drink.

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