Whether enjoyed in one of the capital's pub gardens during the summer or savored by the fire during the colder months, London certainly has a great selection of Sunday roast.
Pip Lacey and Gordie McIntyre, the duo behind the hugely popular Hiss at Coal Drops Yard, have just opened a follow-up in Islington: Chapel Market's.
This might be the fanciest roast London has to offer – no wonder, The Cut at 45 Park Lane is part of smart hotel group The Dorchester Collection.
You are not in London now. Geographically, ie. The Birch - A country-house hotel meets members' club, meets restaurant, meets co-workers - located just outside downtown.
The red-brick Edwardian building of the laundry would not be mistaken for one in the Charles Dickens novel 'Sanitary Steam Laundry' as claimed.
Floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the changing leaves in the park, on the corner of Newton Green.
Soho basements used to be places to stumble or hang out, but those times have changed – just the now-shuttered Windmill Club.
It's the kind of place you want to spend a whole Sunday afternoon and evening too - especially if it's gray and raining outside.
The streets around this waterfront site feel eerily quiet on a Sunday, but as soon as you step inside the Corinthia Hotel London.
This cozy pub has been operating since 1790, supplying pints to thirsty workers and locals, but has recently become a foodie magnet.