Regardless, you might want to give the cook and washer-up the week off once in a while, so here are nine of your recommendations. Some offer roasts with all the trimmings and others are the ever-popular carveries. Now you can even eat inside the pub!
1. Proper Yorkies at The York!
Lauren Mason, the landlady of The York on Fulwood Road, Broomhill, getting ready to reopen in April. The pub services Sunday roasts with all the trimmings (including home-made Yorkshire puds!) from noon to 8pm, including sirloin of beef, chicken supreme, Moss Valley pork should and vegetarian haggis, and prices range from £11 to £14. Website: https://www.theyorksheffield.co.uk/food-drink
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2. Square meal
The Museum pub on Orchard Square does an all-day Sunday lunch including beef sirloin, half a roast chicken or a bit of both, priced from £11.69-£12.99. No vegetarian option listed but they may offer other dishes. Website: https://www.greeneking-pubs.co.uk/pubs/south-yorkshire/museum/
3. Wisewood choice
The Wisewood Inn is a Loxley Brewery pub with cask ales made on the premises and the Loxley Road venue boasts beautiful views across the valley. The menu offers a Sunday roast that comes in three sizes - adult, small and children's portions, with prices ranging from £6.50 to £12.50. The meats on offer vary and you need to ask for details of vegetarian options. Website: https://www.wisewoodinn.co.uk/
4. Dig in at Miners
The Miners Arms in Chapeltown has been offering Sunday lunch takeaways during lockdown but is now fully open again. The takeaway menu offered scrumptious options including silverside of beef, chicken breast, pork loin, sausages, cottage pie, lentil nut loaf and roasted vegetable bake, priced at £8 to £9, and a kids' roast for £5. To book, call 0114 245 9326, text 07376 078095 or message the pub on Facebook.