Church House, the bar nestled at the side of Sheffield Cathedral and formerly known as The Sanctuary, has just launched an ambitious new menu packed with hand-cooked, locally-sourced ingredients.
The real ales are predominantly local, too. Sunday lunch comes in at a surprisingly cheap £5.95 and is served 12-4pm. Choose from roast chicken or roast beef, with veg and all the traditional Sunday lunch trimmings. There’s also a choice of starters and hand-made puddings, including white chocolate cheesecake. There’s no need to book.
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This family-friendly restaurant prides itself on serving great roast dinners. Served from 11.30am right through to 9.30pm, the four roast carvery gives diners the choice of slow-cooked and hand-carved pork, turkey, gammon or beef. For £7.29 you also get Yorkshires, stuffing, unlimited roasties and freshly-steamed veg.
For an extra £1.50 those with big appetites can get extra meat, a herby pork sausage and a giant Yorkshire.
Vegetarian alternatives are available.
Children’s portions cost £4.29.