Belgravia is one of London’s most exclusive neighbourhoods, offering a fantastic array of amenities for those who are lucky enough to live there or simply be passing by. 

Nestled neatly below Hyde Park, you’ll find some of the most delectable serving suggestions to whet every appetite any day of the week. 

However, Sundays are the real star of the show with a Sunday lunch in Belgravia being a must for any foodie with a craving.

Best Sunday Lunch in Belgravia

It is hard to say what the best Sunday lunch in Belgravia truly is as there are so many fantastic options. All we can do is provide you with some incredible suggestions and let your taste buds do the rest! 

The Goring

Location: 15 Beeston Place, London

Prices: Three-course set menu Sunday lunch for two in the Michelin-starred Dining Room with two glasses of Champagne and a bottle of carefully selected wine. – £250

Website: The Goring

The Michelin-star dining room at The Goring does a fantastic job of not overwhelming its customers by retaining a friendly, family feel. This luxury location is the last remaining family-run five-star hotel in London. The waiting staff are extremely pleasant and have a lot of knowledge about the menu and the hotel itself.

The three-course Sunday roast is available from 12 to 3 and presents a selection of options including roast beef with Yorkshire pudding and lamb with mint sauce. The set menu includes two glasses of champagne and a bottle of wine that is carefully chosen to match your meal.

The Nags Head

Location: 53 Kinnerton Street, London


According to the Nags Head’s unofficial website, this is the best pub in the world! Well, that accolade will be up to you to decide. However, Sunday lunch is available here for most of the month apart from the first Sunday when live jazz is played and the menus are removed.

Traditional Sunday roasts are served in this cosy pub offering a selection of different cuts of meat that vary from week to week with vegetarian options available as well. Remember that this location has two rules: ‘ no mobile phones’ and ‘hang your coat up at the door’.

The Thomas Cubitt

Location: 44 Elizabeth Street, London SW1W 9PA

Price: Dry-aged rare breed sirloin (served with horseradish) for £24, Leg of lamb (with mint sauce) for £21, Whole Somerset chicken for two (with stuffing) for £44, and a Nut roast at £18,50.

Website: The Thomas Cubitt

The Thomas Cubitt offers one of the best Sunday lunches in Belgravia with four different types of roasts available each week. Customers can choose from dry-aged rare breed sirloin, leg of lamb, Somerset chicken and nut roast. The beef-fat roast potatoes are to die for and the tender stem broccoli will add a boost of nutrients and a wonderful explosion of taste at the same time.

This pub also has a fantastic selection of beers, craft ales, wines and spirits to enjoy before, during and after this incredible Sunday lunch.

The Orange Public House and Hotel

Orange Public House

Location: 37 Pimlico Road, London SW1W 8NE

Prices: Angus Beef Rump, Horseradish Crème Fraîche £31. Leg of Lamb, Fresh Mint Sauce £31. Cashew Nut Wellington £24

Website: The Orange Public House and Hotel

The Orange Public House is a unique location offering a top selection of drinks, meals and hotel accommodation as well. It is also a top choice for those looking to book a private event with exclusive spaces available to match your party size.

Sunday roasts here will satisfy meat eaters and vegans alike with a range of dishes that truly hit the spot. You can begin with some snacks including focaccia with extra virgin olive oil before moving on to Angus beef rump or perhaps a cashew nut wellington.

The Wilton Arms

The front of The Wilton Arms pub at night

Location: 71 Kinnerton Street, London

Website: The Wilton Arms

If you like your Sunday lunch in Belgravia to be an intimate, family-run affair, then look no further than the Wilton Arms. Tucked away on Kennington Street, this classic location offers an amazing selection of beers, impeccable service and home-cooked meals that will warm the soul on even the harshest of winter days in London.

Sunday roasts include a selection of meats and vegetarian options are available upon request. There is a focus on Great British produce with ingredients being carefully sourced from local producers where possible.