I know you have questions.

Are the best roast dinners in north or south London? Are roast dinners getting better or worse?

Are roast dinners going up in price faster than inflation? Why the fuck do I have a roast dinner blog?

I am going to try to answer your questions using - ROASTATISTICS.

What area of London has the best roast dinners?

The average rating in Central London is 7.37 (48 reviews)
The average rating in East London is 6.89 (25 reviews)
The average rating in North London is 7.18 (53 reviews)
The average rating in Not Really London is 6.08 (2 reviews)
The average rating in South London is 6.86 (58 reviews)
The average rating in West London is 7.34 (31 reviews)

Are roast dinners in London getting better or worse?

One of my main aims of this blog is to help the good people of London (and the bad) find the best roast dinner possible - and I hope a side-effect of that is that standards improve across the city

So, how are roast dinners rated across the years that I've been reviewing?

The average rating in 2016 is 8.40 (1 reviews)
The average rating in 2017 is 6.70 (38 reviews)
The average rating in 2018 is 7.44 (46 reviews)
The average rating in 2019 is 6.95 (48 reviews)
The average rating in 2020 is 7.32 (25 reviews)
The average rating in 2021 is 7.36 (34 reviews)
The average rating in 2022 is 7.13 (30 reviews)

Is the price of a roast dinner in London going up quicker than inflation?

The average price in 2016 is £14.50 (1 reviews)
The average price in 2017 is £15.61 (38 reviews)
The average price in 2018 is £16.29 (46 reviews)
The average price in 2019 is £17.54 (48 reviews)
The average price in 2020 is £17.14 (25 reviews)
The average price in 2021 is £18.88 (34 reviews)
The average price in 2022 is £18.89 (30 reviews)