To-do List

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.

Dean Street Townhouse – Soho (£27 – 2 courses)
Jugged Hare – Barbican (£21)
Merchants Tavern – Shoreditch (£25 – 2 courses)
The Thomas Cubitt – Belgravia (£19 – £22)
Bull & Last – Dartmouth Park (£19 – £21) – closed until Autumn 2019 for refurbishment
The Prince – Stoke Newington (£?)
Smokehouse Islington – Canonbury (£17 – £18)
York & Albany – Camden Town (£18 – £28)
Carpenter’s Arms – Bethnal Green (£?)
Culpeper – Whitechapel (£?)
Marksman – Bethnal Green (£29 for 2 courses)
Bistro Union – Clapham Park (£?)
Bobbin – Clapham (£17 – £18.50)
Camberwell Arms – Camberwell (£?)
Dog & Fox – Wimbledon Village (£?)
Joanna’s – Norwood (£?)
Harwood Arms – Fulham Broadway (1 Michelin Star – £37.50 for 2 courses)
Hereford Road – Westbourne (£?)
The Sherlock Holmes – Charing Cross (£12.95)
The Herne Tavern – East Dulwich (£14 – £16)
Prospect Of Whitby – Wapping (£14.50 – £15.50)
The Grapes – Wapping (£? – guess £16)
The Hampton Pub – Hampton (£10)
The Albion, Islington (£15.50 – £18.50)
Blacklock, Soho (£? – guess £22)
The Antelope, Belgravia (£16)
The Ladywell Tavern, Ladywell (£14)
Wheatsheaf, Borough (£12 to £15 – several meats)
The Angelsea Arms, South Kensington
Morrisons, Harrow
Stoke House (£15 – £19)
Roast, London Bridge (£30?)
The Duchy Arms, Kennington
The Bridge, Barnes (£15-£18 – big lamb thing)
Florence, Herne Hill
177, Hoxton (house music and stuff)
Lambert’s, Balham (£18)
The Devonshire, Balham (£16)
The Bridge, Greenford (£13)
The Jolly Gardener’s, Putney (£13.50 to £15.50)
Royal Oak, Shoreditch (£15 to £17.50)
Red Lion, Barnes (£16 to £18)
Green Goose, Bow
The Kenton, Homerton (£14.50)
Mirth, Marvel and Maud, Walthamstow (£13 to £14.50)
Bob Bob Ricard, Soho (£30, champagne button)
Catford Constitutional Club, Catford (£12.50 to £13.50)
Galvin La Chapelle, Liverpool Street (£34.50 for 3 courses, jazz, michelin star)
Oslo, Hackney (£13 – £15)
Quality Chop House, Farringdon (£25)
Knife, Clapham (£16)
The Drapers Arms, Islington (£17)
Warrant Officer, Walthamstow (£?)
Nelson’s Head, Hackney (£14-£16 possible gay pub)
L’Affaire, Wandsworth (£12.50)
Wells Tavern, Hampstead (£14.50 – £17 – beef recommended)
Scolt Head, Dalston (£? but likely affordable)
The Craft Beer Co, Limehouse (£? but likely affordable)
Capish, Pembury Tavern (£15 – £17 – carvery, does porchetta)
The Magic Garden, Battersea (£14)
The Gardener’s Arms, Southfields (£11.50 – £14.50)
Hammer & Tongs, Farringdon (£20 – South African style)
Crocker’s Folly, St John’s Wood (£18 – Lebanese style)
Bavarian Beerhouse, Old Street (£15 – Bavarian style – includes beer)
Spaniards Inn, Hampstead (£18 – £19.50)
Bull & Gate, Kentish Town (£15.50 – £17)
Heathcote & Star, Leytonstone (£15)
The Clissold Arms, East Finchley (£13.50 – £16.50)
Leyton Technical Inn, Leyton (£13 – £15)
Balham Bowls Club, Balham (£14 – £16.50)
Tredwells, Covent Garden (£29 – 3 courses)
Rose & Crown, Wimbledon (£16)
Pizza East, Shoreditch (£16 – £19)
Ganley’s Irish Bar, Morden (£11 – £13, carvery)
Randall & Aubin, Soho (£18.50 – includes wine)
Hope & Anchor, Brixton (£15 – £16, funk and disco)
Rotunda, King’s Cross (£15.50 – £16.50 – terrace)
The Old Nun’s Head, Nunhead (£14)
McQueen, Shoreditch (£? – guess £20)
Berner’s Tavern, Fitzrovia (£21 – £24)
The Queen’s, Crouch End (£14 – £15.50)
Express Tavern, Brentford (£12.50 to £15)
P F * G T @ The Star, Hackney (£? guess £15)
Pharmacy 2 Restaurant, Lambeth (2 courses £25)
Peasant, Clerkenwell (£14 – £16)
The Phoenix, Victoria (for Yankie, £16 – £18)
Shinner & Sudtone, Sutton (£11 – £15)
Little Bay, Kilburn (£8!)
The Hunter S, Dalston (£? guess £14)
The Fox & Pheasant, Chelsea (£16 – £20)
24 The Oval, Lambeth (£? guess £17)
The Royal Oak, Marylebone (£? guess £18)
The Market Porter, London Bridge (£17.50)
Elm Park Tavern, Brixton (£12 – £16)
The Horn of Plenty, Stepney (£15 – Italian style)
1251, Highbury (£25)
Brasserie Blanc, various – central (£15 – £18, French, Raymond Blanc, includes mini-pie)
Kricket, Brixton (£17 – Indian)
The Red Lion & Sun, Highgate (£? – guess £17)
The Alma, Islington
Fifteen, Hoxton (£20 – £25)
Chiringuito, Bethnal Green (£15)
The Stag, Belsize Park (£15 – £16)
Cow & Pig, Bromley (£13 – £17)
Exhibit B, Streatham (£14 – £16 – Saturday roast too)
The Beast of Brixton, Brixton (£? guess £15)
The Scotch Malt Whisky Society, Battersea (£16)
w7 Emporium, Hanwell (occasional pop-up, guess £16)
The Hoxton, Holborn (£20)
Number 90, Hackney Wick (house music events, guess £15)
Job Centre, Deptford (£13.50 – £15.50)
Palmers Restaurant, Hackney (guess £18)
Symposium, Bow (Italian roast, £14.50 – £16)
Cucina Rustica @ The Candlemaker, Battersea (Italian – £17)
Dabbers Bingo, Aldgate (£29)
The Gun, Spitalfields (£16 – £18)
Star Of Kings, King’s Cross (£15 – £17)
The Duke, Wanstead (£14.50 – £16.50)
Trafalgar Tavern, Greenwich (£17 – £20.50)
Oak & Pastor, Stoke Newington (£? guess £16)
Parlour, Kensal Green (£18 – £20)
The Gladstone Arms, Borough (Indian, £13 – £14)
The Swan Inn, Isleworth (carvery, £? guess £14)
The Fox & Pheasant, Chelsea (£17 – £20)
The Flask, Hampstead (£17 – £19)
Clink Restaurant, Brixton (£32.50 – 3 courses)
Flank OG, Stratford (£18)
The Ned, Bank (£48 – all you can eat)
The Case Is Altered, Eastcote (£15.50)
Royal Oak, Harlesden (£15 – £18)
The Kennington, Oval (£15 – £17)
Simpsons, Strand (£39 – £41, daily)…
The Grazing Goat, Marylebone (£20 – £23)
Heidi, Balham (£? – guess £16)
The Lexington, King’s Cross (£14)
Tom Simmons, Tower Bridge (£20 – £25 – Saturdays)


2 Comments

  1. The East India Club
    St. James’s Square
    SW1

    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.

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