Top 5 Sunday Lunches in Cardiff and The Vale

Looking for somewhere to book a Sunday Lunch? Everyone loves big crispy Yorkshire Puddings, rich tasty gravy and fluffy roast potatoes, here’s our top 5 picks for a delicious roast dinner in the Cardiff and The Vale.

Captain’s Wife
Beach Rd, Sully, Penarth CF64 5UG
029 2053 0066
www.vintageinn.co.uk

Nothing beats gathering friends and family together on a Sunday and finishing the week off with a hearty meal. So why not start planning your next Sunday get-together, and book your table at the Captain’s Wife for a truly amazing meal, (try the sharing platter).


The Market Place
66 High St, Cowbridge CF71 7AH
01446 774800
www.the-marketplace.co.uk

All the food is freshly cooked with seasonal produce where possible hence the menu is subject to change due to the availability of ingredients. You will have one of the best Sunday lunches here you’ve ever had.


The Plough
1 Merthyr Road, Whitchurch, Cardiff, CF14 1DA
02920 623017
www.sabrain.com

Indulge in quality dishes, with ingredients and products sourced from suppliers they trust. The menus are a fusion of delicious contemporary dishes and timeless classics that are sure to delight. Whatever your preferences, the menus are sure to tantalise your tastebuds and Sunday lunches here are hugely popular.


Aubrey Arms
Swansea Road, Bonvilston, Cardiff, CF5 6TQ
01446 781210
www.sabrain.com

They are a perfect combination of a traditional British Inn with contemporary style and a regularly changing menu. With ingredients from trusted sources, the menu is sure to delight all who visit and the Sunday lunch is the star of the week.


The Golden Mile
Corn town, Vale of Glamorgan CF35 5BA
01656 654 884
www.thegoldenmile.co.uk

Their philosophy is to use only fresh locally sourced produce of the highest quality, focusing on seasonal ingredients. The menu offers a selection of light-bites, gastro pub fare and exciting main courses of the highest quality to satisfy the most discerning taste buds. Sunday is their most popular day because the lunches are out of this world.