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A Sunday lunch with all the trimmings is a real treat, even if you have it every week. But, it is made even more enjoyable when you don’t have to do the cooking - or the washing up! There are several great pubs and restaurants in Suffolk that serve up mouth-watering and generous roast dinners. A tasty meal and full belly is guaranteed with a visit to one of the following eateries.


The Queen, Brandeston

The Queen is a cosy and inviting pub, with a modern interior that has a country style twist; you will be more than comfortable during your visit. The food served is always beautifully presented, from the most basic dishes to the more elaborate; your eyes as well as your bellies get a treat here. Your roast dinner will be traditional, but with a surprising and delightful twist. For an elegant Sunday lunch, The Queen is the place to go.


Serving: The meats can vary depending on availability, vegetables and potatoes. However, the regular menu is available alongside the roast if you fancy something different. 


Sunday serving hours: 12pm-4pm.

Booking advisable.


Graze White Horse, Beccles

The Graze White Horse has made quite an impact on the locals and visitors taste buds since co-owners Kevin Wainwright and David Little opened the doors in 2015. The relaxed restaurant provides guests with a sumptuous modern British menu, one that often changes to mirror the changing seasons and produce available. The Sunday roasts draws visitor’s week on week, with hearty portions and the finest produce. A choice of meats is offered, and the dishes are served with fresh vegetables and of course, roast potatoes. The interior is modern and quirky, with fascinations and interesting items dotted all over the building.


Sunday serving hours: 12pm-2pm (last orders).

Booking advisable.


The Blue Boar Inn, Walsham Le Willows

The Blue Boar Inn is a restaurant that prides itself in sourcing only the finest ingredients which are, where possible, local and from exemplary independent stores. These first-class ingredients assist in making your Sunday lunch as delicious and memorable as it can be. The Blue Boar Inn has a large, established and child-friendly garden, that offers visitors the chance to enjoy the outdoor space and scenery after a tasty meal.


Sunday serving hours: 12pm-4pm.

Booking advisable.


Norman Warrior, Lowestoft

The Norman Warrior is a characterful real ale pub, with a great range of food and friendly and attentive staff. All the family are welcome here, including your four-legged friends who may even be given a small treat. The location of the Norman Warrior is one of the best in Suffolk, with views of the long stretch of golden sands, sea and the colourful beach huts. The Sunday lunch portions are generous and well cooked, with the added benefit of an extended serving time up until nine in the evening.


Sunday serving hours: 12pm-9pm.

Booking advisable.


The Duke’s Head, Somerleyton

For groups that aren’t all decided on a Sunday lunch, the Duke’s Head is the place to go. Not only do they serve a traditional roast dinner but the usual menu is also offered to guests. The menu regularly changes, so it is always best to call up in advance to check the availability and ensure there is something that you everyone is your party is happy with.


Sunday serving hours: 12pm-8pm.

Booking advisable.


Do you have any recommendations of restaurants, pubs or cafes in Suffolk that serve a tasty Sunday lunch? We would love to hear where you like to go during your weekend breaks for families via our social media channels!