What do you think about Best Sunday Roasts In Singapore?

Let's get the ball rolling on some of the best recommendations for a Sunday Roast in Singapore.

We would like to start the list with one of our favorites - Flutes. This is an unbiased recommendation, I personally love this room, the environment and above all, the food and the service. This list we are about to create - together - is to allow residents of Singapore and visitors to have qualified access to the best Sunday Roasts across the Island. Any establishment can be nominated and they will be listed here below - with your recommendation.



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Flutes is a desirable location for weekday lunch and dinner but what excites our tastebuds is the Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday brunch solution they offer. Even better on a Sunday they offer a delicious Sunday Roast of the day, but bookings are essential and often times private events take place over the weekend, so ensure the Sunday you wish to book is available to avoid disappointment. This is a premium location and the food is 10 out of 10. Mix up your Sunday Roast with Sunday brunch items so all on your table will be satisfied. Add the free flow selection such as Tenuta Ca’Vescovo Prosecco $60 or Perrier Jouet Grand Brut $90 and you are guaranteed a memorable occassion. menu Here. Full Contact and Location Details Here

Oxwell & Co


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Oxwell & Co is a modern public house and dining rooms with a cool rooftop bar in the centre of Singapore's Chinatown Ann Siang Hill and Club Street. Quintessentially British Roasts are available on Sunday and the dining room is the perfect setting for a get together with family and friends. The Oxwell experience is made up of the 4000 sq ft space presenting each floor as a destination in its own right: the bar for refreshing tipples on the first floor the rustic yet elegant dining room on the second floor; and a private function room on the third floor that is reminiscent of a drawing room complete with eccentric British touches. menu Here. Full Contact and Location Details Here

Muddy Murphy's

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It is testimony to the strength of the Irish Pub concept that Muddy Murphy's is one of the oldest traditional pubs in Singapore. Weekends are a treat as Muddy’s serves up one of Singapore’s best-known Sunday Roast, between 11.30 a.m. and 4 p.m. Delicious slow roasted, hand carved Prime beef smothered in home-made gravy served together with creamy mash, daily vegetables and Yokshire pudding. The success of "Muddy's" is driven by having achieved that delicate balance between tuning in to the needs of local and foreign clientele whilst retaining an essentially Irish atmosphere. In addition to a wide selection of premium wines and spirits, Muddy’s serves up 7 international beers on tap including Kilkenny™ (a creamy red ale) and Draught Guinness® (Ireland’s most famous of beers). The menu includes traditional, hearty pub grub such as Beef and Guinness Pie and Irish Stew. menu Here. Full Contact and Location Details Here

Butcher Boy on Keong Saik

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You can indulge in the Butcher Boy Crispy Pork Belly, Bacon & Cheese Burger, Japanese Tender Valley Rib Eye, United States Grain Beef Short Rib, Crispy Fish Skin and even the Duck Banh Mi to name a few. The Sunday Roast is served with Roast Potatoes, Yorkshire pudding, Asian Greens and Black Pepper Gravy. Butcher Boy Singapore is a contemporary style Asian Grill brought to you by the team at Cure Singapore. Knut Randhem, the award-winning head bartender has concocted Asian-inspired cocktail options such as the Smoking Carriage Cocktail - Dictador 20 rum, salted caramel syrup, bitters and orange, and the Butcher Boy Negroni - barrel-aged rum, white whisky and plum grenadine,  a hands-up-in-the-air fave. menu Here. Full Contact and Location Details Here

The Trenchard Arms

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Simply put one of the best Sunday roasts you will find in Singapore. Try the roast pork with crackling, it comes with cauliflower cheese, broccoli, carrots, roast potatoes and a Yorkshire pudding. The food is totally delicious. You might even go for the roast chicken which is also delicious. This Roast will keep you going all day. The setting of Rabbit Carrot Gun ( who's kitchen services the The Trenchard Arms ) is great too. In an old converted shop house, with seating all around outside a stones throw for Katong I12. Plenty of parking is available just across the road. Also, keep in mind to arrive early or order in advance as the roasts sell out fast. menu Here. (Rabbit Carrot Gun ) Full Contact and Location Details Here

Little Island Brewing Co

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Based in coastal Changi Village, Little Island Brewing Co (LIBC) crafts beer that is authentic, down to earth and delicious and houses the micro-brewery, bar, kitchen, restaurant and alfresco area. Serving up our Sunday Roast from 12 to 3pm. Enjoy top-notch slow-cooked roasted meat that will elevate the dining experience to another level - the beer belly pork is marinated in coffee, chilli and cumin and is served with salsa verde, while the 15-hour smoked beef brisket comes with Memphis slaw, horseradish dressing and chimichurri sauce. Or try the fish ‘n’ chips - beer-battered sea bass fresh from the kelong and fries with tartar sauce and citrus salt. Contact and Location Details Here



19 December 2017
The Trenchard Arms passed the Sunday Roast test with flying colours. I would have liked a little more pork but the overall meal was excellent. The venue was packed to the rafters and what looked like at least three seating throughout the 2.5 hours we enjoyed being there. Attached to the Rabbit Carrot Gun kitchen and owners, guests can choose to sit indoors or out. Well work a booking. And you must book in advance and even order your preferred type of roast being Pork or Beef, before you arrive as well...as they do sell out on the day...


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14 December 2017
My mouth is salivating just looking through this list. It reminds me of how I can't wait for Christmas...The Turkey, Ham, Pork, and all the trimmings...including pudding and then we can look forward to Sunday Roast each and every weekend for a whole year ahead...


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