Sunday Roast Singapore
Sunday roast is a quintessentially British dish that has gained immense popularity all over the world. There are many different ways to prepare this dish, but one thing is for sure – it’s always delicious!
Looking for the best places to have a Sunday roast in Singapore? Look no further! We’ve got you covered with 7 of the best options in town. From traditional British roasts to modern twists, there’s something for everyone.
So gather your friends and family and get ready to indulge in some deliciousness!
1. Butcher Boy
|Address||31 Keong Saik Rd., Singapore 089138|
|Phone||+65 8752 9578|
|Operating Hours||Thursday to Saturday: |
Butcher Boy is our go-to place for hearty Sunday roasts, among other things.
Consider an organic, free-range roast chicken that’s been brined for six hours, stuffed with chicken liver pâte, and served with Yorkshire Pudding, Carrot Miso Mash, Roasted Potatoes, and Szechuan Brussel Sprouts for a unique Asian spin on this English classic.
Beef and Pork roast choices are also available here.
- Brined for six hours
- Free-range, organic roast chicken
- Family friendly
Always a favorite of mine to have lunch at Butcher Boy. An Asian twist to a contemporary western meal, every dish from this place is well balanced between the sweetness and spice of Asian flavors yet returning the freshness and feel of an Aussie-like brunch place.
Always a hit for me is the pastrami, flavorful, super soft and melt in your mouth – all without feeling too oily in your stomach.
Edamame hummus with their burrata, as well, a top order from my wife and I, sweetness of the tomato pairs surprisingly well with the rest of the dish.
I’m always surprised that this place is not packed during lunch. I know their Sunday roasts are famous but give this place a shot for lunch, you won’t regret it!Nick Hui
2. Gordon Grill
|Key Services||Steak house|
|Address||22 Scotts Rd, Goodwood Park Hotel, Singapore 228221|
|Phone||+65 6730 1744|
|Operating Hours||Daily: 12–2:30PM, 6:30–10PM|
The closest you can come to an authentic British roast experience in Singapore is at this 56-year-old steakhouse. The colonial-style restaurant serves their signature slow-roasted prime US beef rib-eye on a trolley for weekday lunches.
The roast is brought to your table, accompanied by golden-brown Yorkshire pudding, smooth mashed potatoes and gravy. This is a set-course meal in which diners may select from a variety of starters, soups and desserts to go with their main courses. Wine pairings are also available.
- Specialties available for delivery
- Dining promotions
- Fine dining restaurant
We always go there for birthday celebration and wedding anniversary. I would like to compliment a staff by the name of Krishna. Wonderful service , great smile! Happy w the food and customer service provided. Very much appreciated!samantha acsah
3. Thirty Six Brewlab & Smokehouse
|Address||36 Club St, Singapore 069469|
|Phone||+65 6239 0350|
|Operating Hours||Friday & Saturday:|
Sunday to Tuesday:
Wednesday & Thursday:
We’ve all had those days when we just don’t feel like going out for Sunday roasts. At Thirty Six Brewlab & Smokehouse, you may enjoy your roast in the comfort of your own home. Simply place your order before 1 p.m. for same-day or next-day delivery between 4 and 7 in the evening.
Choose from the Angus Beef Prime Rib, the Roast Ribeye, or the Whole Free-Range Roast Chicken for your main course. All three mains include Yorkshire puddings, two sides, salt and thyme Roasted US Premium Russet Potatoes with a large portion of gravy to bind everything together.
- Celebrate the best of craft beer in Singapore
- Friendly and knowledgeable staff
- Superb menu of flame-grilled favorites
Loved their nectaron beer which was light and fruity. Me and my partner had their 36 burger and duck confit. Their burger was good and flavourful. The medium meat patty was juicy and succulent. The side side fries were very delicious too! We had a filling and satisfying meal.George Mui
4. Lawry’s The Prime Rib
|Key Services||Western restaurant|
|Address||333A Orchard Rd, #04 – 01 / 31, Singapore 238897|
|Phone||+65 6836 3333|
|Operating Hours||Sunday to Thursday: 11:30 am – 10:00 pm (last order)|
Friday, Saturday & Eve of Public Holiday: 11:30 am – 10:30 pm (last order)
You can bet your last dollar that this doyenne of luxurious roasts has a fantastic array worthy of rising out of bed for. There are several Sunday roast alternatives available at any time!
Sit down for the famous spinning bowl salad, Idaho mashed potatoes, whipped cream horseradish, and of course the iconic Yorkshire pudding at lunch or dinner.
Choose the 200g English cut, sliced thinly into thin carvings, to experience the most genuine taste.
- SIGNATURE ROASTED USDA PRIME RIB OF BEEF
- THE FAMOUS ORIGINAL SPINNING BOWL SALAD
- INTERNATIONAL LOCATIONS
Had a wonderful dining experience on my birthday with my father. The service was excellent and would cater to all of our needs. They slice the beef up right in front of you so that was pretty cool! You can have your steak and any rareness you’d like. I got mine at medium rare and it was *chef’s kiss* perfect!! The view we had was of the new courts on orchard road and I cannot complain because Christmas decorations were also up so it was beautifulRosie
5. The English House
|Key Services||Traditional restaurant|
|Address||28 Mohamed Sultan Rd, Singapore 238972|
|Phone||+65 6545 4055|
|Operating Hours||Mondays to Fridays:|
Last order: 2.30pm lunch, 9.30pm dinner
Last Order: 2.30pm lunch, 9.30pm dinner
Last Order: 8.30pm
This is it if there’s any need to dress up for the weekend. Marco Pierre White, one of England’s best chefs, isn’t going to let you down.
Tuck into succulent meats like roast lamb filled with sausage, Angus ribeye, pork belly, and crackling served with Yorkshire pudding, roast potatoes, pigs in blankets; house specialties include beer-battered wild cod and Aberdeen Black Angus wellington.
This is truly an elevated Sunday roast!
- Elegance and simplicity
- Preservation of a golden age;
- Inspired by colonial Singaporean heritage
Beautiful decor, I feel like I am dining at a museum. Sizable portions, left the restaurant full and happy. Customer service was also amazing and our server even told us the rich history of some of the restaurant decor. Pricing of the food reflects the high quality ingredients and fine techniques used to prepare the food, the sides also gave us generous portions for the price of $10 and their mashed potato gave my father nostalgia of the one his grandfather used to cook for him when he was younger. Highly recommendedAsher
6. Muddy Murphy’s
|Key Services||Irish pub|
|Address||442 Orchard Road #01-02 to 05 Claymore Connect, Singapore 238879|
|Phone||+65 6735 0400|
|Operating Hours||Weekdays: |
May people can personally vouch for the quality of this roast, as many Sundays were spent catching up with familyies here. A favorite at Muddy Murphy’s is the thick slices of hand-carved beef sirloin smothered in red wine sauce, roast potatoes, vegetables, and Yorkshire pudding.
To add to all of this, this bar serves a wide selection of cocktails. And, as an Irish pub, you won’t go thirsty since they have lots of beer and stouts to sip on with your meal.
- Produce is meticulously sourced
- Food is made fresh daily
- Solid institution as one of Singapore’s pub industry icons
awesome food and cute irish pub vibes!Charlotte Lim
fish & chips was awesome! fresh, flavourful and good portion, chips were nice too.
shepherd’s pie looked small but surprisingly filling! packed with flavour and tender lamb meat
guinness stout on tap is the way to go, j look at that foam head! very refreshing and palate cleansing
|Key Services||Fine dining restaurant|
|Address||93 Stamford Rd, #01-02 National Museum of Singapore, Singapore 178897|
|Phone||+65 6338 8770|
|Operating Hours||Tuesday to Friday: |
To begin with, we were smitten by the exquisitely refined atmosphere of this elegant modern European eatery. Flutes is a Sunday Roast restaurant in Singapore’s National Museum that features angus grain-fed rib eye with roast vegetables, cauliflower gratin, Yorkshire pudding, and gravy as part of its menu.
Serve a lovely fruit platter of mango mousse, lychee granita, and passionfruit meringue with blueberries to sweeten up your dinner.
- Good wine
- Fantastic food
- Beautiful surroundings
We had an excellent time having dinner here. The food is delicious and service is attentive and quick. The wine and sake selection are all great, and we enjoyed the white, red wine and sake. Dining environment is comfortable and overall great dining experience.Jackson Seng
Sunday Roast Singapore
It’s no surprise that Sunday Roast is loved all over the world. With so many iterations and different styles, there’s something for everyone! Whether you want a traditional British roast or an Asian-style twist to your Sunday dinner, this list has it covered with 8 of Singapore’s best options in town.
So gather your friends and family, choose either of these restaurants as your next go-to Sunday Roast favorite!
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