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Gedling Eye readers rank favourite Sunday roast venues in the borough

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Gedling Eye readers have ranked their favourite Sunday roasts around the borough in a fun poll, run on Facebook.

See which pubs, cafes and restaurants made the top 10 list! Would you agree with the order?

Comments, plus ‘likes’ and ‘loves’, were entered onto a Facebook post and the results were collated on the afternoon of Friday, July 26.

Here are the results:

Your winner was It’s Inn The Bank, Netherfield

OFFERS: Inn The Bank, Victoria Road, Netherfield

An eat-in or takeaway service is available at this popular Netherfield pub each Sunday where you can select from a wide selection of delicious meats and vegetables. Call the venue for more details on 0115 987 1382 or visit their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/thebankinn/

Runner-up Toby Carvery, Colwick

PICTURED: The Toby Carvery in Colwick

This timeless family chain restaurant serving roast meats carvery-style, kids’ menus and classic puds. Find details on their website: https://www.tobycarvery.co.uk/restaurants/midlands/colwickparknottingham

3rd – The Gedling Inn


This pub was recently taken over by new management and now offers stunning Sunday lunches. The venues Family Sharing Sunday Lunch is definitely recommended. Served until 4pm See more details on the pub’s Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TheGedlingInn

4th – Lord Nelson, Burton Joyce

Enjoy a delicious relaxed Sunday lunch with friends and family sat in either one of their comfortable booths or at farmhouse tables. The Nelson is also a stone’s throw from the River Trent and a path leads right by the pub and down to the river – making it easy to walk off a hearty lunch. Find out more details at the pub’s website: https://lordnelsonpubandkitchen.co.uk/

5th – The Wheatsheaf, Burton Joyce

The Wheatsheaf is a popular favourite for roast dinners with advanced booking often advised to avoid a potentially long wait for a table. The pub offer delicious Sunday roasts served with garlic & rosemary goose fat roast potatoes or minted baby potatoes, buttered seasonal veg, homemade Yorkshire pudding, sage & onion stuffing and a rich gravy. Visit their website for more details: https://www.chefandbrewer.com/pubs/nottinghamshire/the-wheatsheaf/

Other Sunday lunch venues mentioned by our readers in the poll that are worth checking out:

The Willowbrook in Gedling
The Elwes Arms in Carlton
Tree Tops in Mapperley
Cafe Amelia in Arnold
The Lambley Village Kitchen in Lambley

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