What better thing to do on a Sunday than go for a Sunday roast? Not to mention it tastes even better when you haven’t had to cook it yourself.
The roast at the Grosvenor in Pulford is up there with the best of the best. It’s really easy to get to and has loads of parking which is an added bonus! The Sunday Carvery is available from 12-9pm.
You walk through the entrance and there is a huge staircase, which is a great photo opportunity for the old insta! You go through to the dining area which is just beautiful. Glass chandeliers, a piano playing and foliage everywhere you look. It’s beautiful and fresh. You get the feeling of being somewhere classy and expensive without feeling like Julia Roberts when she is shunned on Rodeo Drive. The vibe is classy but chilled and the staff are friendly and welcoming.
Where do I start with the food?! It’s a carvery set up so you can just go up and pile as much onto your plate as you want. All round it was amazing. The meat wasn’t at all dry which can be an issue at carveries and you get given a fair amount. The Yorkshire puddings are unbelievable. Literally the size of your head. The stuffing is made up into little cubes of heaven. All the veggies were cooked perfectly and the carrot and swede mash was really creamy and full of flavour. The gravy is silky smooth and rich in taste. It’s also worth noting that vegetarian gravy is available.
Now, if you think you’ve tasted a crackin’ roast potato before you are so wrong. These are the best of the best. Crispy, crunchy and golden on the outside and fluffy and light on the inside. I’ve never tasted a better roast potato, they are what dreams are made of. Like little pillows of joy. Don’t tell your Mum though, she’ll be gutted. All Mums think they make the best roasties don’t they?!
The carvery was priced at £14.50 which may seem a little expensive for a roast dinner but this ain’t no Toby carvery. It’s definitely worth the additional cost, for the beautiful setting and great atmosphere alone.
I’ll definitely be returning in the future and highly recommend you give it a go if ever given the chance.