The best place in the West Midlands for a Sunday roast – according to The Times


A restaurant in Solihull is the only restaurant in the West Midlands named in a list of the 30 best places to get a Sunday roast in the UK. The Times listed 30 places in Britain where the best meat is served and The Butcher’s Social in Dorridge came in at number 24.

The Butcher’s Social is located in the Forest Hotel, a former inn that has been renovated into a modern dining destination. As well as serving Sunday lunches, it serves a range of bar chicken wings, breakfasts and British fare including steak and fish and chips.

The Times has listed the 30 best places to have a Sunday roast and The Butcher’s Social was the only West Midlands spot on the list. The next closest to us was Tap and Run in Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire.

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Describing The Butcher’s Social, Andy Lynes of The Times wrote: “Ask for a stall at this contemporary restaurant and bar, set in a red-brick Victorian boutique hotel in a leafy West Midlands village, and settle in for a long, lazy Sunday lunch of free-range pork loin roasted with crunchy onions and apple compote accompanied by potatoes roasted in goose fat and red wine jus.

“Make way for the decadent salty dark chocolate delight with white chocolate cream and miso ice cream.”

The top three restaurants on the list were The Quality Chop House in central London, The Hollist Arms in West Sussex and The Unruly Pig in Suffolk.

Sunday roasts at The Butchers Social are priced at £17, for the vegetarian option of yeast roasted cauliflower. The menu includes roast beef rump with Yorkshire pudding, mashed cauliflower, carrots and parsnips with bone marrow jus for £20 as well as roast pork loin, chicken breast corn-fed shoulder and Dunwood Farm barbecue lamb.

Starters include dishes such as BBQ Mackerel Confit, Pea and Watercress Soup and Chopped Duck Leg Confit and they are priced at £7. Desserts include classics such as sticky toffee pudding and apple crumble, priced at £6.

Mike Bullard, Owner and Chef of Butcher’s Social, commented: “We are thrilled to be nationally recognized for our famous Sunday luncheon. The Butcher’s Social has gone from strength to strength since it was completed all year ago. those years, like an -up in Harborne.

“We’re grateful for all the support from our loyal guests and can’t wait to see what the future holds.”

You can find the restaurant at 25 Station Approach, Dorridge (the postcode, for your GPS, is B93 8JA).

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