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Sunday roasts for delivery or collection in Manchester during lockdown

If you need a comforting weekend pick-me-up, here's seven fuss-free Sunday roasts to try at home

January can be a cold, dark and miserable month – this year even more so. But a Sunday roast always helps make things better.

Maybe you’re missing eating Sunday lunch with friends at your favourite restaurant, or maybe it’s your Mum’s version you can’t wait to sit down to again.

Or maybe you’re just getting a bit sick of the relentless cycle of cooking and washing up that lockdown seems to bring.

If you need a comforting weekend pick-me-up, here’s seven fuss-free Sunday roasts to try at home.



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This Ancoats neighbourhood bar and kitchen serves a hearty selection of roasts for collection.

Choose from the likes or ribeye of Yorkshire beef, crispy pork belly, lemon and thyme butter chicken, slow roasted lamb shoulder, or a veggie/vegan nut roast with all the trimmings.

It’s served from 12.30pm until 6:30pm, just text/WhatsApp 07412 574324 and book yourself a a lot for collection.


This Italian favourite offers a classic Sunday roast (slow roast beef or herb roast chicken, at £17.50 each) served with all the trimmings, for collection or delivery, with branches in Alderley Edge, Bramhall, Chester, Didsbury, Hale, Knutsford and Stockton Heath.

And Piccolino2Go’s January sale means a 25% discount and free delivery on all food orders of £45 or over throughout the month, too.

Just use the code BEATTHEBLUES when placing your order by phone, when popping in or via the Club Individual app.


An award-winning steak and chophouse, famed for its Sunday roasts and incredible gravy, Blacklock has three branches in London – but now you can get it closer to home.

Priced at £56 for two, the kit takes around half an hour to prep and includes a 55-day-aged beef rump roasting joint, duck fat roast potatoes, Yorkshire puddings, cauliflower cheese and seasonal veg, as well as the signature gravy. Plus a white chocolate cheesecake with berries for pudding.

There’s nationwide delivery, and the shipping cost is calculated at the checkout.



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You can pre-order your Sunday roast to collect from the West Didsbury favourite, with options including grass fed North Yorkshire beef, roasted poussin in garlic, lemon and thyme, or mushroom wellington.

Prices range from £12.50 -£15.50, and there’s an option to add on extra roasties, Yorkshire puds or gravy as well as a side of pigs in blankets or cauliflower cheese.

There’s sticky toffee pudding to finish, and you can add on wine or beer too.

Sam’s Chop House

Sam’s home service offers a range of Sunday favourites, pre-prepared and delivered to your door, ready to heat up in minutes once you’re ready.

There’s 28-day-aged, grass fed Limousin beef from north Yorkshire supplied by quality butchers, served with Yorkshire pudding, dripping roasted potatoes, veg and home-made gravy – or try the 12-hour brined chicken, crisp pork belly or wild mushroom wellington.

They’re all currently discounted in the January sale, so you can feast for under a tenner – and you can also add on some top notch wines chosen by Sam’s top sommelier, George Bergier.


For a roast with an Indian twist, try Zouk’s new takeaway offering which ranges from a whole roast poussin for one to a luxurious sharing platter for six.

From topside of beef to a whole leg of lamb, all meats are slow roasted, served with veg, roast potatoes, Yorkshire puddings and spiced gravy.

They’re available every Sunday from 12pm – 5pm, order on 0161 233 1090 for collection or via JustEat for delivery.



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NQ favourites Trof are on deliveroo, which means you can get the most comforting of Sunday roasts delivered, with prices starting from £13.50.

From topside of beef to crispy pork or a vegan beet and pumpkin wellington, they’ve done all the hard work and you just need to reheat them.

You can add on wines, beers and cocktails, too.

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