If you absolutely love a Sunday Roast and you are from the other side of the pond. You’ll undoubtedly enjoy getting your culture kicks every now and then – Where better than in familiar surroundings? For all of the things that the colder side of the globe may lack, there is one thing it makes up for; Sunday Roast and Sunday Sessions.
Get involved with the Traditional Sunday Session at P.J. O’Brien’s featuring Live Irish Musicians. Alternatively, you can ease of Saturday night’s antics at Bat and Ball, or even catch up on all the sporting events at the Palace Hotel. All whilst feasting on a Sunday Roast.
Here is what’s going down at P.J’S this Sunday!
Traditional Sunday Sessions, 6-9pm with Live Irish Music featuring Kelly’s Heroes, Jigs & Reels, Ballads & Sing-a-longs.
Sydney’s Best Sunday Roast for only $15. And if you are feeling extra lively, bring an instrument to join in – email email@example.com Proudly supported by www.bodhranworld.com
There is no “grander” way to spend your Sunday’s and no greater chance to get yourself a real Sunday Roast in Sydney.
Address: 57 King St, Sydney NSW 2000
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Sunday Roast at The Bat and Ball Hotel
Grab some friends and eat off the Sunday hangover with a scrummy roast for just $21.50 – be quick though, because they are only serving from noon until they sell out! If you can’t make it on Sunday why not pop over on Wednesday for steaks or Monday for a huge 1kg bucket of hot wings!
Address: 495 Cleveland Street, Redfern
The Palace Hotel “Brit Fest Sunday Roast”
You might argue that no one does a roast like the Brits and The Palace Hotel have set about challenging this. Only at$19.95 you’ll get the Chef’s choice of meats and Veggies (crackling if Pork is served) whilst all sports coverage is showcased. If you are not feeling so hearty there is a lighter option at $14.95 and you can even add a pint of Cider or Super Dry to wash it all down.
This is how Sunday was meant to be spent!
Address: 730-742 George St, Haymarket NSW 2000
Do your countrymen proud and bring yourself into the giddy atmosphere of P.J. O’Brien’s, Bat and Ball or The Palace Hotel. Let’s face it, when was the last time you had a “Proppa” Roast Dinner?