Everyone needs a to-do list. And all of these venues will have their roast dinners reviewed at some point. Think I should add somewhere to the list? Then do get in touch, click here to e-mail me or leave a comment, or tweet, facebook, send a pigeon or even gram me.

Marksman – Bethnal Green
Camberwell Arms – Camberwell
Prospect Of Whitby – Wapping
Galvin La Chapelle, Liverpool Street
The Nelson’s Head, Hackney
Rose & Crown, Wimbledon
Shinner & Sudtone, Sutton
Clink Restaurant, Brixton (£32.50 – 3 courses)
The Ned, Bank (£48 – all you can eat)
The WB Yeats, Finsbury Park
The Claddagh Ring, Hendon
The Great Chase, Clerkenwell (Saturday)
The Boot, King’s Cross
Cadogan Arms, Chelsea
Mondo Sando, Camberwell
The Connaught Grill, Park Lane
Rules, The Strand (Monday to Sunday!)
Kudu Grill, Peckham
The Cleveland Arms, Paddington
The Westbourne, Westbourne Park
The Larkshall, Chingford
Old Fountain, Shoreditch
Maggie Jones, Kensington
The Sekforde, Clerkenwell
Tapping The Admiral, Kentish Town
FFionas, Kensington
The Angel Of Bow, Bow
The Audley Public House, Mayfair
The Parakeet, Kentish Town
The Salisbury Hotel, Harringay
The Old Bank Of England, Fleet Street
Plaquemine Lock, Angel
The Apollo Arms, Clapham
Brook House, Fulham
L’escargot, Soho
St John’s Tavern, Archway
The Duke Of Sussex, Chiswick
Annie’s, Chiswick
Duck & Waffle, Liverpool Street
The Lock Tavern, Camden
Rose & Crown, Enfield
The Wilmington, Clerkenwell
Booking Office 1869, King’s Cross
The Tamil Prince, Caledonian Road
The Devonshire, Soho…
Renegade Winery, Walthamstow

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26 responses to “To-do List

  1. The East India Club
    St. James’s Square

    Absolutely the best roast dinner in London. Served tableside from a massive silver trolley. All the gravy you want!!! Fantastic roast potatoes and parsnips. You can even get an extra Yorkshire pud. Followed by magnificent British cheeses.

  2. The Talbot N1 is not on your lists that I can see? You need to be quick on this one though as the chef is moving on soon but best Yorkshire puds!

    1. Well it is on my list now – looks like a good tip, thanks. However – I do have 120+ other places on there 😉

    1. Good shout…I’ve been told multiple times this is a very good roast…I’ve finally added it to the to-do list.

  3. You should hold off on this one. I may visit next year and what better place to have a roast with a goofy American than at the pub one of his ancestors may have had their last proper pint in before heading to the new world. Granted we’ve screwed most everything up from that point forward, but still.

  4. Well I’d be honoured to go for a roast dinner with you…but which of the 75 places on the to-do list are you referring to?!

    1. Yeah that is quite an oversight, isn’t it? They used to be on my to-do list…not sure what happened! Have added again.

  5. You should try Maggie Jones’ off High Street Ken. Has roasts all week (mostly game) and classic roasts on weekends.

    Bit old school though in that you only get yorkshire pud with the beef.

    1. Great suggestions – looks like my kind of place. Wonder how many mentions of another Maggie I’d manage in the same review though…eeeek.

  6. I strongly recommend Tapping The Admiral in Kentish Town. A great atmospheric backstreet boozer with amazing sunday roasts.

    1. That’s a good shout – I actually had one from there during the lockdown days when they were doing takeaways. Will add it to the list!

  7. Oh that’s exciting to hear…I might have to bump it up my priority list. Thanks for advising and keep roasting 🙂

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