Spend the perfect Sunday in front of an open fire with a hearty roast. We’ve rounded up the best Sunday lunches in Belgravia.
The Alfred Tennyson focuses on sourcing the best seasonal and sustainable produce for a true farm-to-fork experience, and their Sunday roasts are no exception. With starters including oysters with shallot mignonette from Lindisfarne and Jersey, and beef tartare, and mains ranging from Roasted Lamb Rump to pan-fried hake and ‘Grilled Hen of the Woods’ mushroom – not to mention the full grill menu, the food here is all natural, all the time. Book your table here.
The Alfred Tennyson, 10 Motcomb Street, London SW1X 8LA
Getting There: The Alfred Tennyson is a seven-minute walk from Knightsbridge tube station.
This family run pub is hidden away on Kinnerton Street, and as Belgravia’s best kept secret we can assure you it’s worth a visit. Recently reopened after a loving restoration that saw the building’s original features returned to their former glory, the focus here is on good beer, friendly service, and fresh, home-cooked pub classics with a seasonal focus. Typical offerings include roasted dry-aged sirloin, Allsopps beer-battered fish and chips and salt-baked celeriac, all served up alongside an extensive wine list from the cellar downstairs. Book your table here.
The Wilton Arms, 71 Kinnerton Street, London SW1X 8ED
Getting There: The Wilton Arms is a five-minute walk from Knightsbridge tube station.
One of our favourite ways to spend a Sunday is to head down to Eccleston Yards, pottering about the boutiques and cafés before settling down to a classic Sunday roast at Jones Family Kitchen. With a menu offering chicken, beef sirloin, rib of beef for two and a nut roast, all served with roast potatoes, maple roast parsnip and carrots, seasonal greens, Yorkshire puddings and gravy, you can’t go wrong with this contemporary gem. Book your table here.
Jones Family Kitchen, 7-8 Eccleston Yards, London SW1W 9AZ
Getting There: Jones Family Kitchen is a six-minute walk from Victoria tube and train station.
The buzzing Thomas Cubitt sits in the heart of Belgravia on Elizabeth Street. Always packed with a fun crowd, it has cosy open fireplaces and plenty of space at the bar. Cauliflower cheese croquettes and a half pint of prawns are just two of the starters on offer, whilst the Sunday roasts include Middle White porchetta, rare breed sirloin and a whole free-range chicken for two. Book your table here.
The Thomas Cubitt, 44 Elizabeth Street, London SW1W 9PA
Getting There: The Thomas Cubitt is a ten-minute walk from Victoria tube and train station.
Tucked away in a quiet corner of Belgravia, this quiet local has a traditional British Sunday menu featuring dry-aged sirloin of Owton’s beef, roast Usk Vale turkey, and a roast loin of South Coast pork, alongside sides including pigs in blankets and apricot and chestnut stuffing. There’s plenty for the meat-free too, including a nut roast, Laverstoke Park Farm buffalomi ‘fish and chips’ and celeriac bourguignon. Book your table here.
The Star Tavern, 6 Belgrave Mews West, London SW1X 8HT
Getting There: The Star Tavern is an eight-minute walk from Knightsbridge tube station.