You just can’t beat a proper Sunday lunch with all the trimmings. And when you’re on holiday, why not let someone else do all the hard work? Here are our favourite places for a cracking Sunday roast in Cornwall.
The Waymarker, Constantine
The Waymarker’s famous Sunday lunch is a real treat. Served between 12pm and 3pm, all roast choices come with a homemade Yorkshire pudding, rosemary roasted potatoes, seasonal vegetables and real gravy. Meat options come with faddles, the Waymarker’s version of pigs-in-blankets. Choose from topside of beef, leg of lamb, or leg of pork with crackling. They also offer chicken, fish and vegetarian dishes. If you’ve got any room left, there’s a wide range of delicious homemade desserts to tuck into afterwards – mmm! Reservations are essential.
Old School Bar & Kitchen, Mount Hawke
This award-winning gastro pub offers scrumptious Sunday lunches in a beautifully restored school building. Close to the coast path, the Old School Bar & Kitchen is ideal for walkers, and dogs are always welcome in the bar and mezzanine areas. Sunday Lunch is served from 12-4pm and 5-9pm, for those who prefer to eat later.
The Pandora Inn, Restronguet Creek, near Falmouth
The Pandora Inn has an enviable waterside location. With its flagstone floors, low beamed ceilings and an intriguing selection of model galleons and old maps, it has plenty of character. A roaring fire keeps things cosy, no matter how chilly it gets outside. On Sundays, they offer a Cornish carvery plus a selection of homemade desserts. Dogs are welcome downstairs, and they even have treats for four-legged friends at the bar.
Trevaskis Farm, near Hayle
The Farmhouse Kitchen Restaurant at Trevaskis Farm is renowned for is generous portions, and the Sunday roasts are certainly worth making the trip down to Hayle for. All their meat is top quality and locally reared. The pork comes from British Lop pigs, a rare bred which has been reared on the farm by the Eustice family since 1863. You can also choose from selection of vegetarian dishes. Make sure you leave room for dessert though – they have a mouth-watering selection to choose from!
Star and Garter, Falmouth
Take a trip to Falmouth and enjoy wandering around the shops and the pretty harbour before strolling up the Old High Street to the Star & Garter for Sunday lunch. They butcher, cure and smoke all their meat, and all roasts come with duck fat roast potatoes, horseradish and thyme Yorkshire puddings and seasonal veg. If you fancy something sweet afterwards, try the sticky toffee pudding. With an open fire and wonderful harbour views, it’s the perfect place to linger and watch the world go by.
Or if you don’t want to venture too far try these pubs closer to Bosinver…
You don’t have to travel that far from Bosinver to get a great Sunday roast – our local award winning pub, the Polgooth Inn, is just a 15 minute stroll down the lane (although after rain take your wellies!). The Polgooth Inn was formerly a miners’ counting house and has been an inn since the early 18th century. With a cosy open fires in winter, it makes a great destination for a traditional Sunday roast – but book early to avoid disappointment!
Hewas Inn, Sticker
Just down the road from Bosinver, the Hewas Inn is a traditional Cornish pub serving good food with a warm welcome. On Sundays, they offer a choice of two roast meats plus all the trimmings.
Griggs, Lower Sticker
Another great option for Sunday lunch, right on our doorstep. Pop in to Griggs Country Store and enjoy a enjoy a proper Cornish roast dinner at the restaurant, served from 12pm every Sunday.
The Rashleigh Arms, Charlestown
The Rashleigh Arms is an award-winning pub in nearby Charlestown with an excellent selection of pub classics and signature dishes. The Sunday carvery is always popular, so it’s worth booking in advance.
The Ship Inn, Fowey
Built in 1570 by adventurer John Rashleigh, The Ship Inn is Fowey’s oldest pub. It’s full of character and charm and has a great selection of local ales on offer, and a top Sunday lunch.
Where’s your favourite place for a Sunday roast in Cornwall? Leave a message below, post on our Facebook page or tweet @Bosinver – we’d love to hear your recommendations!