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Taking it slow on Sunday

Sunday in Shrewsbury is for hearty British roasts and walks around the Quarry. Under the old timber beams of Shrewsbury's gastropubs you'll find a feast worth loosening your belt for.

Coach and Horses

The Coach and Horses is a proper pub with a proper British roast and a wide selection of real ales. Sunday's carvery involves four meats, prepared by head chef John, who was a quarter finalist on Masterchef. It's advisable to book as the cosy restaurant is a popular spot.

The Armoury

Amble to the Armoury after a stroll around the Quarry for book lined walls, cosy fireplaces and a can't-be-bettered view of the river. Welcoming dogs, and with plenty of room for groups of family and friends, the atmosphere feels like your local. The Sunday lunch menu includes the traditional meats with all the trimmings.

Lion + Pheasant

For a gastronomically enticing Sunday lunch with a boutique twist, the Lion + Pheasant offer a luxurious menu, the whiskey and cinnamon brulee with ginger ice cream is worth saving space for. Their Sunday lunch is the perfect end to a weekend staying in their Scandinavian style hotel rooms.

Cromwell's Inn

Sourcing the best ingredients from local farms, the lunch menu at Cromwell's is packed with season flavour. Go a la carte and soak up some Sunday run rays in the peaceful garden, it's one of Shrewsbury's best kept secrets. Pair your slow roast pork belly with a Shropshire real ale.

Amble to the Armoury after a stroll around the Quarry for book lined walls, cosy fireplaces and a can't-be-bettered view of the river.