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Top five Sunday roasts to enjoy this Easter

Society Standard


Where: 79-81 Whitchurch Road

What: We know a good portion when we see one and Society Standard does not disappoint. Try one of their mixed roasts this Easter with beef, pork and all the trimmings.

How much: £12.50- £16.50

Website: http://www.societystandard.co.uk

Potted Pig


Where: 27 High Street, City centre

What: Accompany your locally sourced Welsh lamb with one of the Potted Pig’s favorite gins. A gin of the day will be carefully selected to make your Easter that little bit better.

How much: Two courses for £15

Website: www.thepottedpig.com



Where: 22 High Street, Llandaff

What: Porro want to make this Easter a special day for the whole family, “with all the trimmings and all the gravy.” They told us they will be sharing their Easter eggs with everyone who celebrates with them on the day.

How much: Opt for an individual roast, £12.50, Two courses for £15, or three courses for £20. Bringing the kids? Kids eat free with every adult meal purchased.  

Website: www.porrocardiff.com

Chapel 1877 Bar and Restaurant


Where: Churchill Way, City centre

What: Try a roast sirloin of beef or roast chicken with stuffing and roast pork.

How much: Main course £19, two courses for £22.50 or three courses for £26.

Website: www.chapel1877.com

The Meating Place

Photo credit: The Meating Place

Photo credit: www.themeatingplace.co.uk

Where: 40 St. Mary Street

What: The Meating Place is a contemporary grill house set to put a spin on your traditional Sunday roast. Celebrate this Easter with one of their speciality skewers of Welsh lamb. All locally sourced and cooked to perfection.

How much: £19.50

Website: http://themeatingplace.co.uk

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