Ryan’s Parkgate Street
Ryan’s are owned by FX Buckley’s, the best known family butchers in Dublin’s history, so it stands to reason that they’ll do meat and a Sunday roast very well indeed. Roast rib of beef, Yorkshire pudding, duck fat roast potatoes, confit garlic, sautéed cabbage & roast gravy €16.50
57 The Headline
Set yourself up for a relaxing Sunday in The Headline on Clanbrassil Street with a roast and the complimentary Sunday papers. Served from 1pm.
The roast in The Malt on James Street is a steal at €8.95. They’ve got all the screens for the football and there’s always live entertainment here too.
In case you didn’t know, The Barge by the canal is a good gastro option these days. They’ve got a Sunday roast of Rosemary and garlic roast carrots and roasted brussel sprouts with leek mash & pink peppercorns all for only €14.
The Cat and Cage
The Cat and Cage serve up a roast rib of beef with seasonal veg, duck fat roast potatoes, mash, and red wine jus.
The 51 on Haddington Road have an award winning carvery that serves up a choice of roast beef, turkey, bacon, and pork. It’s all very good value.
The Vintage Inn
The Vintage Inn in Ringsend deserves a mention every now and then on Publin and this is one of those occasions. They do a ‘Proper Sunday Roast’ from 1-5pm.
The Old Spot
The Old Spot on Bath Avenue is known as one of Dublin’s best gastro pubs. They do an excellent looking Sunday roast for 2 for €39.95 that come with duck fat roast potatoes, roast root veg, cauliflower with cheese, and red wine jus.