10 Restaurants To Enjoy Delicious Sunday Roast In Singapore

Succulent meat cooked to perfection. Potatoes that are equal parts crispy and creamy. Fluffy Yorkshire pudding, roasted vegetables and lashings of gravy. The classic British (and Irish) Sunday roast makes for an ideal family meal out.

It originated as a dish to be eaten following church service, and most establishments typically only serve it on Sunday afternoons. Read on for a list of casual venues, upmarket restaurants and cosy pubs in Singapore for your Sunday roast fix.

1. Tilly’s by Butcher Boy

This buzzing Keong Saik Road venue specialises in comforting Irish cuisine, including a banging Sunday roast that is sure to please fans of the dish. Choose from roast chicken with sage and onion stuffing, roast beef short rib with horseradish, and roast crackling pork with apple jam. Vegetarians aren’t left out either and can get the roast cauliflower with Irish cheddar cheese sauce. Order a pint of Guinness and finish things off with the standout sticky toffee pudding with vanilla ice cream.

Tilly’s by Butcher Boy is at 31 Keong Saik Road, Singapore 089138, tel: +65 8752 9578. Closed on Mondays. Visit its Instagram page for more information. 

2. Lawry’s The Prime Rib

Want to dig into a Sunday roast but can’t quite wait until the weekend? Lawry’s The Prime Rib, which is located in a glitzy space at Mandarin Gallery, offers their rendition of the meal throughout the entire week. Ask for your desired cut of prime rib and it’ll be accompanied by their famous spinning bowl salad, a scoop of creamy mashed potatoes, Yorkshire pudding, and horseradish spiked with seasoned whipped cream. They also have a dedicated menu for the little ones.

Lawry’s The Prime Rib is at 333A Orchard Road, #04-01/31, Singapore 238897, tel: +65 6836 3333. Visit its website for more information.

3. Level33

A meal with a side of panoramic views? Yes, please. Visit the world’s highest urban microbrewery to enjoy the signature roast (which is served for lunch all weekend) while drinking in the absolutely stunning vistas of Marina Bay. Their offering features tender pasture-fed Australian wagyu rump and comes with delicious additions like rosemary and garlic roasted potatoes, Yorkshire pudding made using beef fat, vegetables, and a plentiful drizzle of stout and red wine jus – best paired with a couple of pints, of course.

Level33 is at 8 Marina Boulevard, Tower 1, #33-01, Singapore 018981, tel: +65 6834 3133. Visit its website for more information.

4. The English House

With a name like The English House, you can bet that this establishment by acclaimed British chef and restaurateur Marco Pierre White takes its Sunday roast seriously. Available all day, diners will be spoilt for choice with a bevy of proteins (unlike some places that just give you a couple of options). Pork belly, lamb fillet, duck, salmon, and various cuts of beef are plated up with all the goodies – think Yorkshire pudding, sauteed seasonal vegetables, roasted potatoes, pigs in blankets and traditional gravy. 

The English House is at 28 Mohamed Sultan Road, Singapore 238972, tel: +65 6545 4055. Visit its website for more information.

5. Lion Brewery Co.

This Club Street establishment serves a moreish Sunday roast on weekend afternoons, alongside a rotating selection of 25 highly quaffable craft beers on tap that make for the perfect complement to your meal. Protein options include free-range French chicken, pork belly lechon roll, boneless leg of lamb, New Zealand ribeye, and vegetarian-friendly baked whole cauliflower, which are doled out with the standard fixings. For dessert, we suggest going for the chocolate stout cake with fresh strawberries or lemon meringue tart.

Lion Brewery Co. is at 36 Club Street, Singapore 069469, tel: 9366 5815. Visit its website for more information.

6. Bread Street Kitchen

Another upmarket restaurant that does a stellar Sunday roast is celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen, which is located at Marina Bay Sands. The dish features a generous helping of your choice of beef, pork or chicken gussied up with all the requisite trimmings, including roasted potatoes, Yorkshire pudding, seasonal vegetables, carrots, red wine gravy and horseradish cream. Kids get their own menu, too, and the nearby Marina Bay makes for an ideal post-meal stroll to ward off a food coma.

Bread Street Kitchen is at 10 Bayfront Avenue, #01-81, Singapore 018956, tel: +65 6688 5665. Visit its website for more information.

7. Muddy Murphy’s Irish Pub

Don’t want to shell out on Sunday roast at a fancy establishment? Muddy Murphy’s Irish Pub is the spot for a wallet-friendly Sunday roast in a casual, lively setting, complete with all the rounds of Guinness and Kilkenny your heart desires. The pub keeps things pretty simple, offering a choice of either lamb served with mint brown sauce or beef striploin served with red wine sauce. Regardless of your pick, it’ll be complemented with Yorkshire pudding, roasted potatoes, and garden vegetables.

Muddy Murphy’s Irish Pub is at 442 Orchard Road, #01-02, Singapore 238879, tel: +65 9396 6134. Visit its website for more information.

8. Little Island Brewing Co.

The Changi Village location of this popular microbrewery and smokehouse sports a sprawling outdoor area, providing tons of space for the little ones to run around as you tuck into your meal. The all-day Sunday roast comes with meats like honey chicken, slow-roasted pork belly, and wagyu, plus roasted potatoes, assorted vegetables, golden brown Yorkshire pudding and velvety mash topped with a luscious gravy. Do be sure to try the myriad of refreshing craft beers that they have on tap. 

Little Island Brewing Co. is at 6 Changi Village Road, #01-01/02, Singapore 509907, tel: +65 6543 9100. Closed on Mondays. Visit its website for more information.

9. The Queen & Mangosteen

Located within Vivocity, The Queen & Mangosteen is a British gourmet pub where the Sunday roast offerings focus on steak. You can select either the black Angus sirloin or the black Angus ribeye. Both cuts are plated with red wine sauce, Yorkshire pudding, and roasted vegetables. For something a little extra on the side, go ahead and order the roasted potatoes served with bacon bits and mustard, mashed potatoes with gravy, broccoli with garlic butter or salad with French dressing.

The Queen & Mangosteen is at 1 HarbourFront Walk, #01-106/107, Singapore 098585, tel: 6376 9380. Visit its website for more information.

10. Molly Malone’s Irish Pub

At Molly Malone’s Irish Pub, situated among the bars and restaurants of Boat Quay, Sunday roast is served on Fridays and Saturdays (the venue is closed on Sundays). Diners receive either roasted beef or chicken, which is served with fluffy Yorkshire pudding, some roasted vegetables and tasty homemade gravy. Big eaters can supplement this with sides such as battered onion rings, fried calamari with garlic aioli, pork Scotch egg and garlic bread, and a pint of Guinness is certainly a must.

Molly Malone’s Irish Pub is at 56 Circular Road, Singapore 049411, tel: +65 6536 2029. Closed on Sundays. Visit its website for more information.