There's a hell'a lot of places in Bristol dishing up a grand finale to your weekend.

This is something that Bristol Sunday Roast Club know well - these guys take their roasts seriously, and so should you. This fantastic Facebook community make it a mission to share reviews and recommendations on where's good to go for a top-notch roast. 


Here's the best Bristol roasts devoured in May, courtesy of Bristol Roast Club community. 

THE GREEN MAN, WHOLE CHICKEN POUSSIN

'Just WOW. Always a fantastic roast at The Green Man, but today everything was totally on a plane of divine roast perfection. I'm not equipped with enough clever words to do this justice, so just look at these lovely pictures and swim in your own regret that you didn't book a table at this roast nirvana today. 10/10 plus a big gold star 🌟 ABSOLUTE PERFECTION ON A PLATE.'

- Posted by Wayne England

THE ROBIN HOOD, VEGAN ROAST HAGGIS

'Lovely roast at the Robin Hood on St Michael's Hill yesterday. They have had a new chef recently and I got the impression he has shaken things up a bit. The place was practically empty but food very tasty especially for someone fussy about roast dinners like me. I had the vegan roast (haggis) which was the best veggie roast I have had. My husband and kids had the beef and pork which also went down a treat followed by some top notch sticky toffee pudding. I would recommend - 8/10'

- Posted by Rebecca Bullingham

HIGHBURY VAULTS, SLOW-COOKED LAMB

'Highbury Vaults for us today. All of the meat (lamb and beef) there is slow cooked so it is really very tender. Cauliflower cheese is served as part of the cost but is in a separate bowl, the Yorkshire is a beaut and gravy is excellent. Addlestone's cider is kept really well and it's a rare treat to finish with a game of bar billiards.'

- Posted by Amanda Lowson

THE OLD BOOKSHOP, ROAST LAMB

'2 courses at The Old Bookshop today (carrot soup with croutons, followed by the lamb roast) - absolutely lush, we couldn't finish all the veg between us, also too full for dessert. Highly recommended; of course the beers, cocktails, staff and ambience are top notch too.'

- Posted by Shonette Lafferty

THE LAMPLIGHTERS, BEEF BRISKET

'Lamplighters it's a good roast 8/ 10. We had beef brisket, with roasties, green beans, spring greens, carrots, braised red cabbage and sweet potato mash. Lots of meat £10.95. They had all sauces and more gravy without asking.'

- Posted by Victoria Bushell

Published -10th May 2017