Round Up of the Roasts
Sunday is the tastiest day of the week.. the biggest decision is where to enjoy your Sunday lunch – a roast on the coast, or a carvery in the countryside?
Here’s our round-up to help you decide!
With roasts & then live music, it’s the best way to relax on a Sunday afternoon is at The Ship Inn – their delicious carvery starts at Noon and live music follows from 5pm.
The House on the Props, right next to the harbour, have a traditional Sunday roast to enjoy – perhaps wander up the Warren towards Talland Bay afterwards to enjoy the views and walk off a few calories!
Re-commencing the first Sunday in November (through to March), you can enjoy a fabulous Sunday roast at the The Three Pilchards
Both the Portbyhan Hotel & Hannafore Point Hotel have fantastic carvery options on offer every Sunday – the choice is yours between enjoying a stunning sea or harbour view as you dine (and the Portbyhan Hotel even offer a take-away carvery option too!)
Talking of the quayside, The Sardine Factory have an al la carte Sunday lunch where you can watch the boats go by from their waterside location.
If you fancy your Sunday lunch in a traditional pub – The Jolly Sailor in West Looe is a great option – book early to avoid disappointment (PLEASE NOTE Sunday lunches at the Jolly have not yet commenced, we will updated when available).
Across the river, in East Looe, newly opened Fifty are offering Sunday lunches through the Autumn & Winter months – located on Higher Market Street, you are a just a stone’s throw from both harbour & beach for a post-lunch stroll.
New to the dining scene Yamas (located on East Looe Quay) have a deliciously tasty Greek chicken Sunday lunch on offer and from November 19th, DUnK (on Fore Street) will also be offering a two-course Sunday lunch for £20
Around & About
For a truly elegant setting for Sunday lunch, Talland Bay Hotel is located between Looe & Polperro in a stunning position overlooking the bay – your four-legged friend is equally welcomed.
Along the coast in Seaton, enjoy the carvery at The Smuggler’s Inn – dog friendly and you can enjoy a walk on the beach or up the Seaton valley afterwards towards Hessenford.
Just a little further along the foreshore, you reach Downderry where you’ll find Bewshea’s – Sunday lunch followed by a walk along the shore is just a perfect part of any autumn & winter weekend.
Moving inland, close to No Man’s Land, Looe Golf Club have a traditional Sunday lunch… you can even pre-order a takeaway option too to enjoy at home or in your holiday accommodation. Open to both members & non-members – with stunning via stars from the club house.
In the village of Duloe, the Plough Inn (very doggy friendly) serve both Sunday roasts & specials from noon-3pm and you can enjoy a walk in the nearby woods.
Up the road in Menheniot, enjoy the hospitality at the Sportsman’s Valley Arms and lunch on the terrace with views of the countryside on a sunny Sunday…. and just the other side of the A38, the tranquil setting of Great Trehew Manor Hotel serve a delicious carvery.
Down the valley in Hessenford, The Copley Arms is the place to be to extend your Sunday roast with foot-tapping live music.
And in the village of Dobwalls, The Highwayman are offering a new for winter 23/24 carvery which has become very popular & are served from Noon-5pm.
Wherever you enjoy your Sunday lunch, thanks for supporting our local hotels, restaurants & pubs
More Dining Options
If a Sunday roast is not for you.. there are still lots of other options from al la carte dining to fish & chips, pizza & pasta to fabulous smashed burgers.
Pop over to our Eating & Drinking pages for more details.