There is something very comforting about a Sunday roast.
A Sunday lunch at the pub is what winter dreams are made of, peeling off the many layers you’ve worn on the walk there, settling into a comfy sofa and having someone else pour you a delicious glass of red. It’s an experience that 2020 stopped in it’s tracks a little. The Mr and I realised we hadn’t been for a Sunday roast the whole year – or at least not one we can remember; so we set off on Sunday to The Canbury Arms to indulge a little. It’s a stunning pub with a cosy atmosphere, delightful staff and an amazing menu to choose from!
We kicked things off with a baked Camembert topped with chestnuts and sage, note the entire loaf that it comes with it, swiftly followed by a delicious butternut squash, chickpea, and cashew nut roast for me and a lamb roast for the Mr. Complete with fluffy Yorkshire puddings, crisp roast potatoes, lashings of gravy and a side dish fill to the brim with extra veg. Paired perfectly with a bottle of Fleurie, a smooth red with red currant notes. We were too full for dessert but the selection was good and I was very tempted by the Espresso Martini offering.
If you’re looking for a delicious roast in a cosy pub then the Canbury Arms is the place to go. I will definitely be taking my family their once we are able to mix households indoors again!