"Sunday Opening" Restaurants in England

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39 restaurants offering "Sunday Opening" in England that are ranked highest on Falstaff's 100-point scale. All information including address, phone number and opening hours.
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Putting a vegan twist on traditionally meat-centric Caribbean food, Jam Delish in Islington is family owned and fully plant-based. Their classic dishes like saltfish, fried plantain and curried goat are mixed with traditional spices and sauces to create modern, tasty plates.

1 Tolpuddle St, N1 0XT London, Great Britain

Fluffy foccacia, cacio e pepe and prawn ravioli are paired with a strong selection of Italian wines at this casual Islington eatery. The spring silk scarves of Bancone fame are the crowning glory of chef Louis Korovilas, and combined with careful presentation and friendly staff, it's the perfect neighbourhood Italian.

4-6 Islington Green, N1 2XA London, Great Britain

The Guinea Grill is famous for its grass-fed British beef, which it has served in a variety of ways since the 1960s. Steaks, mixed grills and pies are all on the menu, and the Sunday roast with thick gravy and Yorkshire pudding can't be topped.

30 Bruton Place, W1J 6NL London, Great Britain

Despite its 19th century origins, the menu at the Pig and Butcher is refreshingly modern, using local meats cooked and cured on site. A consistently lively atmosphere, fantastic steaks and Sunday roasts, and a wine list sourced from family-run vineyards make this a cosy local pub not to be missed.

80 Liverpool Road, N1 0QD London, Great Britain
Ethnic Cuisine

10 Berners Street, W1T 3NP London, Great Britain

Alto by San Carlo, perched on the side of Selfridge's department store, is London's answer to a summer in Tuscany. White tablecloths and roof beams wrapped with lemon tree vines provide a city escape - whether you're enjoying an Italian coffee, evening aperols or an upscale dinner.

400 Oxford Street, W1A 1AB London, Great Britain

Despite Seabird being famous for boasting London's longest oyster menu, this rooftop bar and restaurant with skyline views is ideal for just a tipple. Cosy cushions and plants make it feel like a jungle oasis, and to match the vibe in summer, choose a fruity frozen cocktail or some sparkling wine.

40 Blackfriars Road, SE1 8NY London, Great Britain

Now in their permanent location in Oxford Circus, Tendril is a plant-first dining concept that stays away from fauz meats and puts vegetables front and centre in a variety of delicious dishes. They aim for zero waste eatery centres around root-to-shoot food like pak choy in massaman sauce, chipotle mushrooms and leek fritters.

5 Princes St, W1B 2LQ London, Great Britain

Restored to its original 1863 glory, the prestigious Cadogan Arms on the King's Road is a local favourite. Pub classics and roasts make up the a la carte menu, while a ploughman's or prawn cocktail makes the perfect light lunch. A wide range of beers is available, as well as an excellent selection of wines from around the world.

298 King's Road, SW3 5UG London, Great Britain

An instantly recognisable, historic pub on South Audley Street, The Audley is one of London's finest traditional pubs, beautifully restored inside. Shelter from the rain with a local pint, a delicious roast made with British produce or a more refined snack of half a dozen oysters.

41-43 Mount Street, W1K 2RX London, Great Britain

Britain's first organic pub, the Duke of Cambridge in Islington, uses fresh, seasonal ingredients in its ever-changing menu. The drinks are equally thoughtful, with sustainable beers changing weekly, fruity cocktails and sommelier-curated wines.

30 Saint Peter's Street, N1 8JT London, Great Britain

The Baring looks like a classic pub from the outside, but behind the doors you will find minimalist décor and food more akin to a sophisticated European restaurant. The menu offers a small selection of cocktails and wines, and the service is always friendly.

55 Baring Street, N1 3DS London, Great Britain

From the team behind Mildred's, Mallow is a top contender for the best entirely plant-based restaurant in the capital. The seasonal and sustainable menu is internationally inspired, with dishes from Malaysia to Italy, and the weekend brunch offers both sweet and savoury options.

1 Cathedral Street, SE1 9DE London, Great Britain

Club Mexicana is on a mission to eradicate the concept of Mexican food, such as tacos and enchiladas, being bursting with meat. After a humble start as a supper club, their Kingly Court restaurant serves loaded nachos, BBQ 'short rib' tacos and empanadas that are entirely plant-based.

Kingly Court, London, Great Britain

Locally known as 'The Princess', this Old Street pub does what pubs do best: simple and seasonal mains such as beef wellington and seabass, garnished with flavourful condiments, the presentation of which is impeccable. Their modern wine list also features only small growers.

76-78 Paul Street, EC2A 4NE London, Great Britain
Luxury / High End

Carlos Place, Mayfair, W1K 2AL London, Great Britain
Contemporary Cuisine

Rainville Road, Thames Wharf, W69HA London, Great Britain

322-324 Acton Mews, E8 4EA London, Great Britain
Ethnic Cuisine

160 Piccadilly, W1J 9EB London, Great Britain
Contemporary Cuisine

110 Bishopgate, Heron Tower, EC2N 4AY London, Great Britain