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)
The Prince – Stoke Newington (£?)
Smokehouse Islington – Canonbury (£17 – £18)
York & Albany – Camden Town (£18 – £28)
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 (£?)
Prospect Of Whitby – Wapping (£14.50 – £15.50)
The Grapes – Wapping (£? – guess £16)
Blacklock, Soho
The Antelope, Belgravia (£16)
The Ladywell Tavern, Ladywell (£14)
Roast, London Bridge (£30?)
The Duchy Arms, Kennington
The Bridge, Barnes (£15-£18)
Florence, Herne Hill
The Devonshire, Balham (£16)
The Jolly Gardener’s, Putney (£13.50 to £15.50)
Royal Oak, Shoreditch (£15 to £17.50)
Green Goose, Bow
The Kenton, Homerton (£14.50)
Bob Bob Ricard, Soho (£30, champagne button)
Galvin La Chapelle, Liverpool Street (£34.50 for 3 courses, michelin star)
Nelson’s Head, Hackney (£14-£16)
Wells Tavern, Hampstead (£14.50 – £17 – beef recommended)
Scolt Head, Dalston (£? but likely affordable)
The Craft Beer Co, Limehouse (£? but likely affordable)
The Magic Garden, Battersea (£14)
The Gardener’s Arms, Southfields (£11.50 – £14.50)
Heathcote & Star, Leytonstone (£15)
The Clissold Arms, East Finchley (£13.50 – £16.50)
Leyton Technical Inn, Leyton (£13 – £15)
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)
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)
Peasant, Clerkenwell (£14 – £16)
Shinner & Sudtone, Sutton (£11 – £15)
The Fox & Pheasant, Chelsea (£16 – £20)
The Royal Oak, Marylebone (£? guess £18)
The Market Porter, London Bridge (£17.50)
Elm Park Tavern, Brixton (£12 – £16)
The Horn of Plenty, Stepney
1251, Highbury (£25)
Kricket, Brixton (£17 – Indian)
Chiringuito, Bethnal Green (£15)
Cow & Pig, Bromley (£13 – £17)
w7 Emporium, Hanwell (occasional pop-up, guess £16)
Number 90, Hackney Wick (house music events, guess £15)
Job Centre, Deptford (£13.50 – £15.50)
Symposium, Bow (Italian roast, £14.50 – £16)
Cucina Rustica
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
The Gladstone Arms, Borough (Indian)
The Swan Inn, Isleworth (carvery)
Clink Restaurant, Brixton (£32.50 – 3 courses) (temporarily closed)
The Ned, Bank (£48 – all you can eat)
The Kennington, Oval
Simpsons, Strand (£39 – £41, daily)
Heidi, Balham
The Lexington, King’s Cross
Tom Simmons, Tower Bridge (£20 – £25 – Saturdays)
The Old Bull & Bush, Hampstead
The Albany, Twickenham
Snooty Fox, Highbury
Coal Shed, Tower Bridge
The WB Yeats, Finsbury Park (chicken sharer recommened)
The Betterment, Mayfair
The Talbot N1, Dalston
Tila, Deptford
The Ladbroke Arms, Holland Park
Thatched House, Hammersmith
The Trafalgar Arms, Tooting
The Lion And Unicorn, Kentish Town
Hannah, Battersea
Black Dog Beerhouse, Brentford
The Mayflower, Rotherhithe
Lore Of The Land, Great Portland Street (temp closed)…
The Tramshed Project, Shoreditch
Townsend Restaurant, Whitechapel
The Alpaca, Islington
The Farrier, Camden
The Claddagh Ring, Hendon
Guanabana, Kentish Town

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8 responses to “To-do List

  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.

  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.

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