You’ve worked hard all week, had a chilled out Saturday and now it’s nearly time to head back to the office. But not before you make the most of the last day of the weekend with a leisurely Sunday lunch…
Venue: The Rutland Arms
Address: 86 Brown Street, Sheffield S1 2BS
Opening Times: Mon-Sat: 12pm-11pm
Social Media: Twitter: @RutlandArms
About: A traditional pub is exactly what the Rutland Arms is NOT. Originality is its strong point and not just in the pub – the chef is always looking to try out new meats to avoid serving up too much of what he terms ‘brown’ so keep an eye out for some Sunday Roasts with a twist. Oh and the jukebox? If you’re wanting to play some hip hop or R&B then check the list of forbidden music to avoid the wrath of the bar staff!
Venue: The Roebuck
Address: 72 Charles Street, Sheffield, S1 2NB
Opening Times: Sun-Thurs: 11am-11:30pm
Social Media: Twitter: N/A
About: Probably one of the most ‘Sheffield pubs’ in Sheffield, it prides itself on serving breadcakes (NOT bread rolls, baps, teacakes…) and Hendo’s is a must, especially on your Yorkshire puds. If a friendly, warm atmosphere is where you like to spend your Sundays while also enjoying some no-nonsense grub, the Roebuck is the pub for you.
Venue: The Doctors Orders
Address: 412 Glossop Road, Sheffield, S10 2JD
Opening Times: Mon-Sat: 12pm-11pm
Social Media: Twitter: @DocsOrdersSheff
About: Roast pork? Roast beef? Roast turkey crown? Or even a homemade nutloaf? You guessed it, it’s just what the doctor ordered. If you fancy something a little bit different on a Sunday, try their slow cooked beef brisket wrap, succulent beef, drenched in gravy all within a Yorkshire pudding wrap – you can even add a splash of Hendo’s if you’re feeling fancy. With plenty of sweet treatments for after you’ll have never felt healthier…well fuller!
Venue: The Milestone
Address: 84 Green Lane, Sheffield S3 8SE
Opening Times: Mon-Sun: 11am-11:30pm
Social Media: Twitter: @TheMilestone
About: Sheffield’s Premier Gastro pub is an ideal place to grab your Sunday Lunch, especially after its inclusion in the Michelin Guide 2018. Every dish is sourced locally whenever possible and the chef’s love for food really shines through. Not only that the chefs have nothing to hide – if you walk upstairs to use the loo you’ll wander straight past their open kitchen where you can see your delicious food being prepped to perfection.
Venue: The Summer House
Address: 289a Abbeydale Road, Sheffield S17 3LB
Opening Times: Mon-Sat: 8:30am-11pm
Social Media: Twitter: @sheffield_the
About: Seeing as a Sunday Lunch only comes around once a week, why not treat yourself and head over to Summer House on Abbeydale Road, it’s certainly worth the journey. The meats on offer are pork, turkey and sirloin but if you can’t make your mind up why not have a selection of all three. You can even go the full works and go starter, main and dessert but be warned there’s loads to choose from so maybe have a glance at the menu before you head on over because it certainly won’t be a wasted visit.
Venue: Graze inn
Address: 315-319 Ecclesall Road, Sheffield, S11 8NX
Opening Times: Sun-Thurs: 9am-9:30pm
Social Media: Twitter: @GrazeInnSheff
About: Although Graze is all about the chicken (rotisserie chicken!) they also offer not only a gluten free menu but a vegan menu as well. Speaking of offers, there’s a late-night bar offering – not just one happy hour but three. On a Friday its from 5 o’clock onwards meaning happy hour turns into every hour. But if you fancy a lazy Sunday or a place to “graze” the Graze Inn is the place for you.
Venue: The Florentine
Address: Tapton Park Road, Sheffield, S10 3FG
Opening Times: Mon-Thurs: 7am-11pm
Social Media: Twitter: @florentinepub
About: Excellence is key for the Florentine be it in the food, drinks or hospitality. Although they have their usual Sunday roasts on offer, they also have an entire menu dedicated to Sundays with burgers, pizzas and steaks galore. Its fancy furnishings match the fancy food so it’s an all-round fantastic place to grab your Sunday lunch.
Address: 111 Arundel Street, Sheffield, S1 2NT
Opening Times: Mon-Thurs: 12-9:30pm
Social Media: Twitter: @Silversmiths
About: Silversmiths restaurant offers some smashing prices for Sunday lunches with two courses for £20 or three for £25. Their Yorkshire cuisine is locally sourced, and you can enjoy it in their beautifully designed wood-panelled, former cutlery works room. The multi award-winning independently owned restaurant aims to provide their customers with a true ‘field to plate’ experience from supporting regional farms where they have the best Yorkshire produce so they can call themselves ‘The Yorkshire Restaurant’.
Venue: Broadfield Ale House
Address: 452 Abbeydale Road, Sheffield, S7 1FR
Opening Times: Mon-Thurs: 11:30am-12am
Social Media: Twitter: @TheBroadfield
About: This traditional pub dates all the way back to the 1890s. Although it had a refurbishment in 2002, the aim was to restore the pub to its former glory. It now has award-winning dishes and you’ll be sure to find something which tickles your fancy with the beer and the food. There’s a Sunday menu and a Sunday Roasts menu featuring a choice of meats and if you’re really peckish, go for a double portion for an extra two quid.
Venue: The Red Deer
Address: 18 Pitt Street, Sheffield. S1 4DD
Opening Times: Sunday: 12pm-11:00
Mon-Thu: 12pm to 12am
Fri-Sat: 12pm – 1am
Social Media: Twitter: @reddeershef,
Facebook: The Red Deer – Sheffield
About: A cosy traditional pub in Sheffield City Centre, the Red Deer has an impressive range of drinks from eight real ales plus a fine range of craft beers, lagers and cider. The Special Sunday Menu includes traditional and vegetarian roasts, with all meats supplied by John Crawshaw Butchers and locally sourced and fully traceable. Plus the fish is from William Howe and Son local fish merchant.
Venue: Miller and Carter
Address: 345 Ecclesall Road South, Sheffield, S11 9PW
Opening Times: Mon-Sun: 11:30am-11pm
Social Media: Twitter: @MillerandCarter
About: There’s nothing better than getting the family together for a meal on Sunday, and Miller and Carter Steakhouse is the perfect place. It’s not just steak on offer on the ‘indulgent Sunday menu’ either, which the restaurant bills as ‘a luxurious different change to the traditional norm’. Enjoy three courses from £24.95 and discover your new favourite dish from 30 day, aged premium steaks, or explore other delights such as the Pesto Crusted Sea Bass or the Buttermilk Chicken Experience.
Venue: Prince of Wales
Address: 95 Ecclesall Road South, Sheffield S11 9PH
Opening Times: Mon-Thurs: 11am-11pm
Social Media: Facebook: @princeofwalessheffield
About: If you’re stuck for where to go one Sunday, give the Prince of Wales a go. Even if it’s a hangover cure you’re after, the Prince can provide. They know not every Sunday has to be filled with their plump and fluffy yorkies, so they make sure to have a wide range of other dishes available for your choosing. Step inside for roaring log fires, a unique dining space, and modern interiors. There’s even a lovely garden patio to dine and relax on a sunny Sunday.
Venue: Red Lion
Address: 109 Charles St, Sheffield S1 2ND
Opening Times: Mon-Thurs: 11:30am – 11:30pm
Fri-Sat: 11:30am – 12am
Sun: 12pm – 11:30pm
Social Media: Twitter: @TheRedLion_SHF
A proper traditional old boozer, it’s not just the real hand-pulled ales that draw in the punters. It’s a great pub for a roast with its home-cooked food. There’s a choice of beef, pork or chicken, fresh veg, massive portions and fantastic value for money.