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Our top 7 Pubs for Sunday lunch in SW London

When it comes to a Sunday lunch, you want to find a place that not only serves a great roast! But is also full of atmosphere, in a great location and has a delicious, authentic menu to choose from. That's why we've taken every consideration into place and taken recommendations from the Nomads themselves to help you pick your next Sunday lunch spot in South West London!

Emily Lowe
Emily Lowe
March 31, 2022

Whether your a sports enthusiast, foodie or just love a good pint with friends in the sun, we've got something for everyone, read below to see where you should be visiting this Sunday...

Duke’s Head - Putney

Duke's Head - Putney

Location: 8 Lower Richmond Rd, London SW15 1JN

Key features: Riverside views of the Thames, situated at the start of the Oxford and Cambridge University Boat Race, large group private hire spaces available and a Sunday lunch menu that changes with the seasons. 

Overview: 

  • A grand Victorian grade II listed building that has watched over the River Thames in Putney for nearly 150 years. 
  •  A riverside terrace available for hire
  • On Sundays there is an array of roasts on offer. Those that can’t choose what they want should go for the ‘The Dukes Roast’ (trio of meats with pigs in blankets). Those that don’t fancy a roast have the option of some fabulous pub classics, including beer battered cod and the Duke’s burger.

The Fox & Pheasant - Chelsea

The Fox & Pheasant - Chelsea

Location: 1 Billing Rd, Chelsea, London, SW109UJ 

Key features: Perfect no matter what the season (cosy lit fires for the winter and a roof terrace for the summer), dog friendly and a Sunday roast that runs all day.

Overview: 

  • A little “Country” pub tucked away in a small corner of Chelsea, that was established in 1846 and taken over by the famous James Blunt in 2017.
  • 3 fireplaces and a dart board to make it cosy in the winter and a conservatory where you can wind back the roof to enjoy long lunches in the summer. 
  • When it comes to Sunday lunch there is something for everyone no matter what your dietary requirements. There is also a bar snack menu that runs alongside the La Carta menu, containing hearty pub classics that can’t go wrong with.

Red Lion - Barnes

Red Lion - Barnes

Location: 2 Castelnau, London SW13 9RU

Key features: Home to the great sausage roll off, with a heated decking area and large lawned beer garden.

Overview: 

  • A large Victorian pub that hosts outdoor barbecues and spit roasts in the summer and roaring log fires in the winter. 
  • The staff are extremely friendly, giving a warm welcome to anyone that enters. 
  • The Sunday lunch is very popular here, with generous roasts containing yorkshire puddings the size of your head. The chef's specials are also highly recommended! The menu is made up of a combination of delicious pub classics and alternative, unique dishes.

The White Swan - Twickenham

The White Swan - Twickenham

Location: Riverside, Twickenham TW1 3DN

Key features: A floating beer garden with riverside views, a cosy fire lit pub in the winter and a short, quality menu that changes with the seasons.

Overview: 

  •  A tiny traditional free house right on the banks of the River Thames that's made up of two rooms, a terrace-balcony and a garden right on the riverbank. 
  • All drinks and food are sourced from as local as possible. In the summer they are well known for their aperol spritz and pimms, as well as their array of local beers and ciders.
  • At high tide, the garden is IN the river but never for long. Everyone who works there knows what it's like to wade through the water with a few plates or glasses in hand.
  • The menu offers some fantastic options, including their 4 roasts that run from 12pm to 6pm on Sundays. 
  • Prices are very reasonable compared to many other London riverside pubs. For those that want to visit this summer we suggest you book as it gets filled up very quickly!

Wheatsheaf - Tooting Bec

Wheatsheaf - Tooting Bec

Location: 2 Upper Tooting Rd, Tooting Bec, London SW17 7PG

Key features: An independent pub that prides themselves on using the best, quality, local producers and suppliers for their food and drink.

Overview: 

  • Those that enjoy a good game of sport, you will be sure to find it screened here! There is also an exciting event schedule featuring comedy, live music and a quiz night. 
  • Features a gastro menu that is perfect for every occasion, from mouth-watering burgers during weekend rugby, to pan-fried red mullet in the candlelit dining room. 
  • Pride themselves on the best Sunday roasts in South West London.

Rabbit Hole - Streatham

Rabbit Hole - Streatham

Location: 151-153 Greyhound Ln, London SW16 5NJ 

Key features: A unique venue Featuring fantastical interior decor based on Alice in Wonderland, with a large colourful beer garden.

Overview: 

  • Originally a famous brewery, with a pub on site since the 19th century.
  • The beer garden can be enjoyed all year round, with heaters for the autumn and winter.
  • They intend to bring the best of the best by priding themselves on knowledge and passion for service. 
  • There is something to suit all appetites when it comes to the food. From a selection of starters and sides, fish & chips, juicy burgers, to vegetarian options – as well as a signature roast every Sunday.

Sands End - Fulham

Sands End - Fulham

Location: 135-137 Stephendale Rd, Fulham, London SW6 2PR

Key features: Responsibly sourced, British food that focuses on a ‘field to fork’ concept.

Overview: 

  • A laid-back luxury pub, a short stroll from Chelsea Harbour, sitting proudly between two residential streets in this quiet corner of Fulham. It brings an authentic slice of the British countryside to the beautiful South-West suburb.  
  • Full of loyal like-minded friends that have been coming for years. You’ll hear laughter, the clinking of glasses and captivating tales from adventures in far-flung places.
  • The food is perfect for a fine evening meal, a hearty traditional Sunday lunch, real cask ale and a scotch egg whilst watching the rugby with friends or a quick wine break during the evening dog walk.

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