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Sunday Roast in Piccadilly & Ancoats

Sunday Lunch in Piccadilly & Ancoats

Looking for somewhere to have Sunday Lunch in Piccadilly or Ancoats? There's plenty of options to choose from in this part of Manchester where you'll find your favourite Sunday roast.

Sunday Lunch in Piccadilly can be a relaxing way to enjoy a meal with friends, family or both and it is certainly the best way to put you in a good mood before heading back to work on Monday.

Seven Bro7hers Beerhouse Ancoats

Seven Bro7hers Beerhouse Ancoats

About: Now this one is a bit of an alternative Sunday lunch options from Seven Bro7hers Beerhouse in Ancoats but by no means does that make it any less tasty. The Yorkie Wrap. It's exactly what it sounds like, a Yorkshire pudding wrap packed with all of the usual Sunday lunch meat and trimmings. You can choose between a chicken or veggie option and you get a pint of Seven Bro7hers beer with it all for just £9.95! 

Serving Times: Sunday

Address: The Ice Plant, 39 Blossom St, Manchester M4 5AF

Telephone: 0161 228 2404

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Malmaison

Malmaison

About: Malmaison promises to deliver the biggest Sunday lunch in town. For just £19.95 diners can enjoy unlimited hors d'oeurves, pastries, crepes, and a large selection of tantalizing main courses and desserts. The Prime Rib of Black Angus Beef and Corn-Fed Chicken with stuffing are both served with glazed parsnips, carrots, buttered green beans and roast potatoes. 

Serving Times: 12.00pm - 4.00pm

Children's Menu: Child friendly portions available £9.95

Address: 1-3 Piccadilly, Manchester, M1 3AQ

Telephone: 0161 641 1883

Brasserie Abode

Brasserie Abode

About: Brasserie Abode offers relaxed, sophisticated dining that moves effortlessly from day to night. Generosity and value are at the heart of what they do; Sunday lunch is overflowing with trimmings, their classic dishes feature plentiful sides and every cocktail comes with something to nibble on. 

Serving Times: 12.00pm - 7.00pm

Children's Menu: Children's menu available

Address: 107a Piccadilly, Manchester M1 2DB

Telephone: 0161 200 5665

Out for Sunday lunch?

Out for Sunday lunch?

Go in style with an aperitif

Before going off for a big Sunday lunch, we like to have a few friends or family round for a glass of bubbly. It's the perfect aperitif and start to a Sunday lunch that makes it all feel like much more of an occasion. There's a huge buzz for Prosecco and also home-grown English wines so we've gone down the middle and recommend Bolney Estate Bubbly NV, an off-dry sparkling wine from Sussex that will please Prosecco and Champagne fans alike!

Wine pairings for a home-cooked Sunday lunch

Of course if you're planning Sunday lunch at home the most important thing after the food is getting the wine right. In partnership with Novel Wines, we've selected a range of wine pairings for every style of Sunday lunch! 

Roast chicken is one of the most popular options and it's often hard to decide between a red or a white wine. Fab middle ground is to go with a lightly oaked, zingy white like the Painted Wolf Paarl Roussanne from South Africa. This is a multi-award winning wine bursting with peaches, lime and cream. If you prefer turkey to chicken, which can be slightly meatier, then go for a bigger Chardonnay or try a Hungarian white wine like the excellent Kardos Furmint, full of ripe red apples and butter notes.

Going for classic roast beef? For us it's got to be a red wine and something that's rich and juicy but not overly so. Nero d'Avola, an Italian variety from Sicily, is our best bet. Packed with blackberry and plum fruits, the silkiest tannin in the Mediterranean and a juicy finish to cut through your beef and yorkshires make it a top match. Try the organic Colomba Bianca 'Kore' Nero d'Avola for a great example.

Lamb can be a great wine partner because of its fats and full flavour. A medium bodied red like the plummy Kayra Kalecik Karasi from Turkey is bound to impress, or you could go for a curveball and try a spicy Gewurztraminer like this Ilocki Podrumi Traminac Premium from Croatia.

If you're not a meat person, then those trading Sunday lunch for a fish dish can't go wrong by pairing fish with one of our favourite white wines: Kyperounda Petritis. Originating from Europe's highest altitude vineyards in the Cyprus' Troodos Mountains, this white is choc-a-bloc with ripe gooseberry and lime fruits, perfect with white fish or oily fish dishes. Vegetarian nut roast instead? Go for the nutty, creamy Chateau Ksara Blanc de Blancs from Lebanon - there's nothing like it.

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