Sunday Lunch Solihull
Enjoy our popular seasonal Sunday Lunch and choose from a specially selected assortment of roasts, complemented with a range of starters and desserts. All locally sourced produce and prepared by our Head Chef.
At Admirals restaurant, we can cater for you if you wish to enjoy a highly authentic Sunday lunch in Solihull with all the trimmings in a picturesque, elegant setting. Sunday lunch is a long-standing British tradition that shows no signs of heading into decline. A typical Sunday lunch might consist of roasted meat and potatoes with Yorkshire pudding, stuffing and vegetables with gravy poured on top. Other ingredients that frequently form part of Sunday lunch, depending on the season, include brussels sprouts, parsnips, cauliflower cheese, peas, carrots and broccoli. In other words, a veritable feast on a plate!
A national treasure
The Sunday lunch is so popular that it was named as the second-best thing people love about Britain in a poll. The dish is also known as a Sunday dinner, roast dinner and even a Sunday joint. It can be regarded as a more minimal version of a typical Christmas lunch. Even countries in other parts of the world have put their own spin on the traditional Sunday lunch, for example, South Africans like to add rice to the dish.
Enjoyed for centuries
The dish was originally eaten after church on Sunday afternoons. Many Roman Catholics and Anglicans don’t eat meat on Fridays, replacing it with fish. However, they can eat all kinds of meat and dairy produce on Sundays. Historically, many religious people fasted before attending church, which is why they eat such a substantial meal after attending it. Nonetheless, Sunday lunch remains extremely popular with many people who don’t regard themselves as religious at all, as well as people from other faiths. It’s said that the history of the Sunday lunch can be traced back to the late 18th century.
Enjoy delicious Solihull Sunday lunch at Admirals
If you wish to enjoy Sunday lunch in style, book a table at Admirals restaurant Solihull. Our venue is ideal for friends and family get-togethers, and we can offer a richly diverse Sunday lunch menu. Starters include warm glazed goat cheese, shaved honeydew melon, guacamole filled beef tomato, tian of Devon crab, BBQ pulled pork scotch egg and our soup of the day. When it comes to the main event, you can choose from roast sirloin of British beef, boneless half roast chicken, honey roast gammon, pan-fried of sea bass, chicken and mushroom pie, beef burgers, beer-battered cod, roast vegetable and potato wellington and slow roast leg of lamb, all served with seasonal vegetables. Each dish consists of locally sourced produce and is prepared by our esteemed head chef.
Kids’ options and desserts
We also have a popular children’s menu, including a small roast of the day, chicken dippers with chips, peas or baked beans and fish fingers with chips, peas or baked beans. We also have you covered when it comes to delicious desserts, with our diners enjoying options like our apple and berry crumble with custard, warm chocolate fudge cake with ice cream, sticky toffee pudding and Eton mess with raspberry ripple ice cream. If you fancy something savoury after your meal, why not opt for our English cheese and biscuits with chutney?
Book your table today
Admiral’s restaurant will be the new home of our evening, lunchtime and breakfast offerings as well as our unmissable afternoon tea sessions. To reserve your table today, simply give us a call on 01564703444 or send a message to email@example.com.