One the city’s best meat joints, The Butchershop Bar and Grill have put their own spin on the traditional Sunday roast.
To ease your stomach into the mammoth feast it’s about to experience, a selection of starters are available including beet salad, gnocchi and meatballs. For the main course, carnivores must decide between pork or sirloin of Borders beef.
If you’re after something really special, there's a rump roast, chateaubriand or a 1.2kg tomahawk for two, served with all the trimmings.
The Curlers Rest is something of an institution when it comes to Sunday roasts in Glasgow. Their menu is extensive with 21 day aged roast sirloin of beef, nut roast or chicken.
For dessert there's double chocolate brownie, sticky toffee pudding and Bramley apple pie.
Opened over 50 years ago, Ubiquitous Chip has firmly established itself as one of the best restaurants in Glasgow’s west end.
Nestled down Ashton Lane, it’s a well hidden eatery which serves up a traditional Scottish Sunday roast.
With a Sunday roast with all the trimmings, it offers guests the opportunity to enjoy a traditional meal on their Sunday afternoon.
If you manage to drag yourself away from your bed, make sure it’s for something special, like a trip to Hotel Du Vin.
The hotel is luxurious and sprawling, located in a tree-lined Victorian terrace in the west end of Glasgow. Its bistro serves delicious Sunday lunches at £35 for four courses.
A sample menu includes chicken liver parfait, traditional Scottish sirlion, coley fillet and vanilla rice pudding.
This west end steak restaurant also has a brilliant roast dinner, for £25, which includes braised ox cheek, beef dripping Yorkshire pudding, honey glazed carrots, beef dripping and rosemary potatoes, creamed cabbage with smoked pancetta and charred shallot and buttered tenderstem.
Wine pairing suggestions are also available, and, if you fancy visiting another day of the week, deals are often available on steaks.
At this city centre restaurant, you can choose from a selection of 35 day dry-aged steaks, including the chateaubriand to share or the classic fillet.
The restaurant’s beef is supplied by John Gilmour & Co Ltd which is an independent family run business established in 1946. The company specialises in supplying high quality meat from Scotland.
This relatively new restaurant, on the site of what was Public House by Nico and the Hebridean, has a hearty Sunday roast offering to kick start your weekend.
Priced at £28 for two courses or £32 for three courses, the main event includes Speyside beef, Yorkshire puddings, beef fat garlic roast potatoes. brisket mac and cheese, honey root veg, vegetable ecrase and red wine gravy.
This charming Scottish restaurant is located down a cobbled lane just off Byres Road.
Diners can look forward to roast beef, pork or a veggie option with homemade Yorkshire puddings, honey and thyme root veg, duck fat roast potatoes and a jus.
Available every Sunday until it runs out, and priced at £22 for two courses or £26 for three courses.