7 top places for a great Sunday dinner

Friday 16th March, 2018

It’s Sunday; a time for relaxing with friends and family and enjoying good food.

Let us take you on a culinary discovery of Renfrewshire’s Sunday roasts and carvery hotspots. Try not to salivate too much.

Plumpy Duck (Howwood)

The Plumpy Duck is as brilliant as it sounds.

Open 7 days a week, the countryside restaurant serves relaxing lunches, indulgent afternoon teas, evening meals, a refreshing selection of drinks and some Sunday lunch classics including beer battered haddock, roast breast of chicken and steak and ale pie.

The Plumpy Duck menu and standalone healthy menu will certainly get your taste buds tingling. As your meal arrives in the beautiful surroundings, you will know you made the right choice at The Plumpy Duck

The Plumpy Duck

The River Inn Restaurant (Houston)

The Sunday Carvery menu at The River Inn is a mouth-watering masterpiece. With mains consisting of freshly glazed ham, sliced turkey off the bone and oven roasted Scotch sirloin of beef; it’s no wonder why The River Inn is legendary for a Sunday roast. Their reputation for generous portions brings in people from all over Renfrewshire and beyond.

The River Inn Restaurant

The Brown Bull (Lochwinnoch)

The reviews don’t lie, folks.

This warm and cosy pub is treasured by Lochwinnoch locals and Renfrewshire residents further afield. The menu is complemented by a homely environment and great staff with good chat. Classics are cooked at a restaurant standard – steak, fish, burgers and veggie options come highly recommended.

Enjoy your Sunday lunch with new friends at the lovely Brown Bull.

The Brown Bull

Carvery and Grill at Glynhill Hotel (Renfrew)

Pull up a chair at the Carvey and Grill, part of Renfrew’s lavish Glynhill Hotel, for a Sunday lunch experience that is hard to surpass.

The Carvery provides a relaxing environment perfect for a hearty roast dinner. Sit back and admire the selection of carved meats and exciting sides followed by a dazzling dessert menu calling on those with a sweet-tooth.

Why not pop in for a wee cheeky refreshment at the Cocktail Bar before your meal?

Carvery and Grill at Glynhill Hotel 

Butcher’s Steak and Grill (Elderslie)

If you’re looking for a cut of prime beef for your Sunday lunch look no further. This former butcher shop only opened in the summer of 2017 and has already won a number of awards and accolades including ‘the best steak in Scotland’.

The ’Elderslie Butcher Shop’ has been compared to a Texas steakhouse and said to rival other butcher shop-style restaurants in Scotland. Well-worth a visit, the incredible menu showcases dry-aged produce and a huge range of meaty dishes. Tomahawk steak anyone?

Butcher’s Steak and Grill

Japanese Street Food (Paisley)

You’re right; it’s not the normal choice for a Sunday lunch, you can’t get a roast but life is all about trying new things. So! Dawn a kimono, head to Japanese Street Food on Renfrew Road and go mental for some bento.

As soon as you enter the quaint building you will discover authentic décor, welcoming staff and a relaxing ambience. The food is equally memorable.

The carefully prepared menu is varied, fresh, and plentiful – everything you would expect from a top-line Japanese restaurant.

(Kimono not included.)

Japanese Street Food

Linwood Farm (Linwood)

Not on an actual farm, this family favourite is the perfect alternative for not wanting to cook on a Sunday.

The ‘House Roast’ options provide quintessential Sunday dining and a huge kids’ menu will keep the little ones happy and well-fed – what else do you need for a family feast?

There’s something for everyone at Linwood Farm. Beware of the Cakeway desserts! They are too delicious.

Linwood Farm

Do you know a roast to boast about?

We love our food over at Paisley.is HQ. If you have any recommendations ‘lettuce’ know via our social media channels.

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