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West End, Northleach, Gloucestershire GL54 3EZ (cotswoldswheatsheaf.com)Anchor & Hope“The Anchor & Hope in Waterloo is one of my favourite relaxed haunts,” says Karen.
“The emphasis is on dishes to share, which works well with a roast, though there are individual dishes too.” 36 Waterloo Road SE1 8LP (020 7928 9898)Lamberts“The delicious.
The menu includes loin and confit leg of local rabbit with black pudding, £16, and guinea fowl with rosti potato, £16.50.
“Warm and inviting, full of families, friendly staff, laid back music and a roaring fire, the roasts (from £13) are large and consistently good.There is cola-glazed ham and cajun-rubbed beef, with a chilled out Sunday soundtrack and peanut butter and Oreo cheesecake for pud.48 John Bright Street, Birmingham B1 1BN (uk)The Edwardstone White Horse Inn, Sudbury A lovely Suffolk pub with locally sourced meat, nestled in pretty lanes and fields: perfect for a post-roast walk to its sister pub the Fleece in nearby Boxford.team’s vote goes to Lamberts, where the focus is on local, seasonal ingredients, ethically sourced,” says Karen.“The menu is so good, it’s difficult to choose.” 2 Station Parade, Balham High Road SW12 9AZ (lambertsrestaurant.com)The Abbey Tavern An unremarkable pub on Kentish Town Road recently welcomed farmer Tom Jones, who has supplied his meat to St John and The River Cottage Canteen, into its kitchen. And with dishes from £8 to £15, the prices are hard to beat.124 Kentish Town Road NW1 9QB (abbey-tavern.com) Hawksmoor, Seven Dials If you’re after an indulgent Sunday roast featuring the best beef in town, head here (there are outposts at Spitalfields, Guildhall and Air Street) and share a bone-in prime rib (£7 per 100g) with creamed spinach, triple-cooked chips and beef-dripping fries on the side.