Best Brisbane Sunday Roasts
Treat yourself to a royal roast at one of these venues.
Image: Regatta, Toowong
Classic pub food with a boutique twist, here you’ll find exceptional service and an admirable selection of fine wines and craft beers. The Roast Pork Belly with sweet potato mash, charred baked leeks & berry jus has us drooling.
This much-loved local is located along the Brisbane River, flaunting impressive views and an innovative seasonal menu. Wind down your Sunday with a classic roast chook and the crispiest of potatoes in this relaxed yet stylish, family-friendly restaurant.
Nestled in amongst the trees, this deck seated venue is a great spot to kick back on a Sunday afternoon. Changing it with their ‘Roast of the Day’ (don’t worry the gravy, steamed vegetables and creamy mash will always stay), The Gap Tavern will never get old.
Imagine plenty of beers on tap, a lively bistro-pub atmosphere and a cheery menu to match. Sounds perfect! These guys also do a killer Sunday roast deal, offering a roast, dessert and a drink for $16. Book now.
Led by Executive Chef Patrick Carlos of Cha Cha Char fame, this eatery specialises in premium, locally sourced meat and super fresh seafood. Enjoy the sovereign rack of lamb served with horseradish mash, baby carrots, snow peas and a beef jus. Book now.
Award-winning chefs head the team at the Golden Ox where for 35 years diners have been enjoying immaculate food. If you’re looking for a meal for two try the Chateau Briand – a 500g centre cut grass fed beef tenderloin, rosemary roasted kiflers sautéed vegetables, bordelaise (served on platter and carved at the table). Book now.
Put on your best southern drawl and prepare your taste buds for a serious flavour onslaught. Enjoy slow cooked beef brisket, louisiana rub, cheesy mac, collard greens, bbq sauce… just don’t count the calories! Book now.
You’ll find your fellow carnivores at Pony Dining – here the menu centres around food prepared on the rustic wood fire grill and open coal pit, with meat turning over on the rotisserie for two to eight hours. The eight hour slow roasted lamb shoulder (1.2kg) with moroccan spices and served with chimmichurri is something else. Book now.