Who can say no to tender slow-roasted meats and traditional sides like yorkshire puddings, roast potatoes, and gravy-drenched cauliflower gratin?
Fortunately for us, there are a few places in Singapore where you can have excellent roasts with all the trimmings.
From traditional Sunday roast dinners to contemporary restaurants serving roast meats with Asian spices and sauces, there’s something for everyone!
Sit back and salivate over our hand-picked selection of the best Sunday roasts in Singapore.
ADDRESS: 1 HarbourFront Walk, #01 – 161/162, Singapore 098585
OPENING HOURS: Monday -Friday, 12-3 pm, 5-10 pm, Saturday – Sunday, 11 am – 10pm
CONTACT: +65 6255 1855
‘Outback meets stylish’ at this Australian-inspired restaurant and bar. It is simple, laid-back, and rustic atmosphere makes it the ideal spot to unwind after a long day at the office and dig into substantial Australian meals made with only the freshest ingredients and finest Australian beef grades. Enjoy your weekends with Barossa’s exclusive Weekend Roast Buffet, which includes everything from Barossa’s famous Aged Beef to their special Salmon Wellington, among other dishes.
Get a taste of legendary British chef Marco Pierre White’s cuisine. He brings in top-quality English turbot that has been lightly battered and served with thick, golden chips fried in beef fat. To share, order the Black Angus Beef Grilled Rib and the Honey Roast Belly Pork Marco Polo. Four big slabs of unctuous meat lie on a bed of fried kway teow in the Honey Roast Pork Belly, which arrives steaming hot in a claypot. Enjoy dishes of beef wellington, beer-battered haddock with chips, and shepherd’s pie while taking in the opulent atmosphere.
For almost a decade, Rabbit Carrot Gun has been providing unabashedly English food. Order the Rabbit Carrot Gun’s Signature Bubble & Squeak to start your meal. When you order this crowd-pleasing dish, you’ll get typical brunch favorites including hash browns, sausage, bacon, roasted and sautéed vegetables, and a freshly cooked sunny side up egg. Choose from classic English roast beef or roast pork crackling for its weekly Sunday roasts.
The world’s tallest urban microbrewery and a unique award-winning rooftop dining idea. The Marina Bay Financial Centre’s penthouse suite offers a breathtaking view of Singapore’s Marina Bay and city skyline. Enjoy a delightful Sunday roast with Yorkshire pudding, roasted potatoes, honey roasted carrots, and buttered French beans.
Lawry’s The Prime Rib Singapore, located in the heart of Orchard Road, is known for its superb American food, providing only the best. Prepare to savor their real Signature Prime Rib of Beef. Each standing roast is matured for up to 28 days to increase softness before being gently roasted on rock salt beds, which pushes the fluids inward and results in uniformly moist and flavorful meat. The Original Spinning Bowl Salad is then sliced from the famed Silver Carts and presented with table-side flair. Lawry’s Signature dessert, the Strawberry English Trifle, is a delightful way to end your dinner.
ADDRESS: 1 HarbourFront Walk, #01-106/107 Vivocity, Singapore 098585
OPENING HOURS: Monday -Sunday, 12 pm – 10:30 pm
Gourmet English cuisine is served at The Queen & Mangosteen, which also has views of the lake. The outdoor area has a panoramic view of the bay and picturesque Sentosa, making it a genuine British Gourmet Pub in bustling VivoCity. Indoor dining is also available, with bench seats and stone walls to add to the atmosphere, and the boardroom has a built-in wine gallery for the discriminating drinker. Food ranging from the classic English Breakfast to the Thai Crab Cake is provided, with handmade Archipelago microbrews on tap!
ADDRESS: 1 Nanson Road #02-01 InterContinental Singapore, Robertson Quay, Singapore 238909
OPENING HOURS: Monday -Sunday, 11:30 am – 11:30 pm
CONTACT: +65 68875885
Wolfgang’s steakhouse, which has locations in Beijing, Hong Kong, Tokyo, and Seoul, is set to shake up the scene at Robertson Quay (together with the inauguration of the Intercontinental Singapore Robertson Quay), as well as provide steak aficionados with a fancy new dining option. All sides of beef are hand-selected by Chef Zwiener, who only uses USDA Prime Grade Black Angus beef because of its outstanding marbling, softness, flavor, and texture. The beef is dry-aged on-site for 28 days before the in-house butcher carves it to order.
Do you have a strong desire for a delicious Sunday roast? You’ve come to the right place. Our free-range, organic roast chicken is stuffed with a chestnut herb brioche filling after being brined for six hours.
Prepare to be spoiled with a variety of roast chicken, beef, pork, and lamb options. You’ll want to wear flexible pants since the meal comes with a tray of trimmings, including Yorkshire Pudding, Carrot Miso Mash, and our famous Szechuan Brussel Sprouts.
There will be plenty of drink deals to keep you entertained throughout the day. You can expect terrific music, pleasant people, and extremely delicious food.
ADDRESS: 22 Scotts Rd, Goodwood Park Hotel, Singapore 228221
OPENING HOURS: Monday -Sunday, 12-2:30 pm, 7-10:30 pm
CONTACT: +65 67301744
Gordon Grill, the Goodwood Park Hotel’s main fine dining restaurant, opened in 1963 and has earned a reputation for providing some of Singapore’s best steaks and Continental cuisine.
With a diverse menu that includes imported fresh seafood, grill items, and desserts, even the most sophisticated gourmands will be spoiled for choice. The restaurant’s meat cart service, which is evocative of ancient European grill rooms, provides guests with a one-of-a-kind eating experience. Each piece of pork or beef is cut, painstakingly weighed, and given to guests before being prepared and grilled to perfection.
CUISINE: Irish Pub
ADDRESS: 442 Orchard Road #01-02 to 05 Claymore Connect, Singapore 238879
OPENING HOURS: Monday -Sunday, 3 pm – 10:30 pm
CONTACT: +65 67350400
Muddy Murphy’s serves Traditional Roast Beef, similar to what you’d get in traditional Irish pubs around the world. The Irish are known for their potatoes, and the silky creaminess of the mash that accompanies with the prime beef will delight you. The vegetables change with the seasons, and sure, there’s a good old “Yorkie pud” here – and you can eat this dish any day of the week.
CUISINE: Fine dining
ADDRESS:93 Stamford Rd, #01-02 National Museum of Singapore, Singapore 178897
OPENING HOURS: Tuesday -Sunday,11:30am–2pm, 6–10 pm
Long after transferring from Fort Canning to its majestic home at the National Museum of Singapore, FLUTES has maintained its dominance. FLUTES’ cooking is seasoned with both the humor of current style and the wisdom of old Anglo-European food, and the location lends it a well-deserved authority.
By day, parallel rows of large, arched windows flood a superbly equipped dining area with natural light. The patio is backed by the old building’s magnificent exterior in the evening. It’s unsurprising that it’s the go-to spot for many a romantic dinner and spectacular lunch, since it serves food that’s consistently rated among the best in the city.
SPRMRKT at Dempsey Hill offers a comprehensive choice of all-day eating alternatives to help you live and eat well. It aspires to give back to communities around the area by redefining the local store experience. SPRMRKT at Dempsey Hill is a culinary-cultural concept that combines food, shopping, and art into an one place, providing an unrivaled multi-faceted experience. The multi-functional facility, which provides all-day breakfast and lunch menus and attracts hundreds of customers every week, has a sophisticated European menu highly influenced by South Asian products.
CUISINE: Cafe, Western
ADDRESS: 90 Goodman Road Block N #01-56, Goodman Arts Centre, Singapore 439053
OPENING HOURS: Monday -Sunday, 10 am – 10 pm
CONTACT: +65 64406068
The food of Cafe Melba is a fusion of Melbourne and Asia. To ensure that you enjoy your dinner as much as we do, we utilize only the freshest ingredients and cook from the heart. Although we always have our classics like Eggs Benedict and Chicken Parma on the menu, our cooks enjoy experimenting with cuisine, so we always have specials available for you to taste.
Fancy some delicious 15-hour smoked beef brisket and melt-in-your-mouth pork belly combined with fresh, locally produced craft beers? Then LITTLE ISLAND BREWING CO. is the brewery for you! They’re a 10,000 square foot, 400-seater microbrewery and smokehouse that uses traditional methods to make award-winning world-class beers and delicious meals! For example, the Wagyu beef brisket (S$16) is smoked for 15 hours and is extremely tender. Thanks to a marinade that contains gula melaka, sea salt, smoked jarrah, and lychee wood powder, it has rich layers of flavour.
The unique concentration on cured meats (and offal) at Salted & Hung makes it a must-visit for the adventurous and carnivorous. Try IPA sourdough whipped lard or celeriac quinoa with garlic for a healthy option. Using a variety of cooking techniques such as smoking, curing, pickling, and grilling, Australian chef Drew Nocente serves up dishes that are a sure hit among customers!
Chef Stephane’s recollections of France, his home area of Alsace, and his culinary inspirations drive the food at Bar-Roque Grill.
Rillettes and terrines prepared from scratch in-house are their pride and joy, as they celebrate the artisanal craft of charcuterie. It’ll always be a memorable dinner at Bar-Roque Grill, with a special hunting menu to honor the game season, outstanding seafood platters, and a focus on French classics.
We hope you enjoyed our curation of the best Sunday roasts in Singapore.
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