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SUNDAY ROAST. Traditionally, large joints of meat were roasted on a spit over an open fire. To achieve a similar flavour we start ours on real charcoal and finish them in the oven.
Sunday roast Traditionally, large joints of meat were roasted on a spit over an open fire. To achieve a similar flavour we start ours on real charcoal and finish them in the oven.
Sunday Roast Traditionally, large joints of meat were roasted on a spit over an open fire. To achieve a similar flavour we start ours on real charcoal and finish them in the oven.
Sunday Roast perfection. Everything on the plate was absolutely scrumptious, from the meat (as to be expected) to the veggies (not to be taken for granted in an English context). Interesting wine list, with reasonably priced options that the connoisseur would spot an choose.
Hawksmoor Sunday Roast. Thank you all for your replies! I have contacted Hawksmoor Seven Dials and they said they serve Sunday Roast from 12:00-17:00 (12-5 PM) until they run out. Hopefully this will help anyone else interested in having Sunday Roast while visiting London.
While Hawksmoor is known for their steak, I'm surprised that a lot of people weren't aware of their amazing Sunday Roast which includes slow-cooked 55-days rump steak served with giant Yorkshire puddings, goose fat roast potatoes, veg and bone marrow gravy.
Hawksmoor's Sunday roast always appear in the list when you google "best Sunday roast in London"! However it is also pretty punchy!! 💸💸 First let's focus on the food first! It's a slow-cooked 55 days rump roast served with a gigantic Yorkshire…
Overall, I’m really saddened when “English Food” gets a bum rap, since done well the English really do know how to do a few things well, and a Sunday Roast is a good example. Hawksmoor’s version was flavorful, enjoyable, affordable, and every piece of the meal nicely executed.
Hawksmoor’s epic Sunday roast Hawksmoor [Official Photo] Hawksmoor’s roasts change by location, but they share what makes this steak restaurant great: well-sourced, dry-aged beef, subjected to a fierce open fire before being finished to perfection by more conventional (oven) means.
Hawksmoor, Air Street – Fantastic Sunday Lunch. The waitress then explained how the meat had been cooked, “low and slow overnight” and that it was served lovely and pink with duck fat roast potatoes, bone marrow gravy, a giant Yorkshire pudding and vegetables. It was a pretty convincing argument, but she was preaching to the converted.