As the summer starts to draw to a close and our tummies wake up rumbling, what better way to spend the day than tucking in to one of these drool-worthy roasts? 

It’s time to dig out the jumpers and jeans, grab your dog and get yourself down to the pub for a traditional British Sunday. 

Dancing Man Brewery, Town Quay, SO14

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This experimental craft brewery is also home to one of the best roasts in Southampton, with rave reviewers saying it's the best roast they've ever had. 

Roasts are served with all the trimmings, including Yorkshire pudding, seasonal vegetables, roast potatoes and lashings of gravy.

Choose between a duo of pork, sirloin of beef, corn fed chicken or a vegan roast.

The Cowherds, The Common, SO15 

If you’re looking for an extra special treat then The Bank is the place to go for an indulgent Sunday roast. 

The menu includes; sirloin of beef, roasted turkey breast or slow roasted tomato and almond bake. 

For the same price as many other places in the town, The Cowherds roast offers a devine level of  home cooked opulence from their rich gravy to their thyme stuffing wrapped in bacon.

The price for a meat roast is £13.95 or £12.75 for the vegetarian alternative. 

Ceno, Highfield Lane, SO17

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A Sunday roast at Ceno's is the epitome of lazy, gorgeous opulence washed down with some of the finest wine in the city. 

Roasts are served from midday to 8pm and include roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables, Yorkshire pudding and a choice of roasted beef, pork, chicken or vegetable hash.

For the more hungry of us they offer a 'roast with the most' which includes all three meats and the accompanying sides including crackling and apple sauce. 

The standard roast at Ceno costs £16.50 and there is also a children's half portion which is priced at £7.50. 

Bacaro, Ironside House, SO14

The extra special Italian restaurant in Ocean Village is back open and offering their magnificent Sunday roasts once again. 

The roasts at Bacaro are made for sharing, all the trimmings are served on a giant platter to tuck into with individual plates to choose from roast beef to lamb, chicken or apricot and goats cheese nut roast. 

A meat roast starts at £15.50 whilst the nut roast is £12. 

Roast beef at the Dancing Man Brewery costs £14.95.

Duke of Wellington, Bugle Street, SO14

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The historic Duke of Wellington on Bugle Street was first built in 1220 and has been a public house since 1494. 

The roasts have been described by many customers on Google as "truly exceptional" and there are a wide selection of well kept real ales to go with your Sunday meal. 

For £11.95 you have a choice of roast pork, chicken or beef served with all the trimmings.

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