‘When mighty roast beef was the English man’s food, It ennobled our brains and enriched our blood, Our soldiers were brave and our courtiers were good, Oh! The roast beef of Old England’
Cooking and serving Sunday lunch at home is the very heart of British food and cooking. A tradition since the 15th Century, it is the time for family and friends to get together and share a great meal. A hearty offering of meat and three veg, the leftovers are as delicious days after, being turned into juicy sandwiches and strapping meat pies.
Only on Sundays, The Shakespeare serves a traditional roast ‘just like your mother used to make’ from 12pm to 8pm. For $25 there is a choice of three roast meats accompanied by seasonal veg, roast potatoes, Yorkshire puds and the customary condiments, all served family style to your table.
Roast Beef, Roast Pork, Roast Chicken, Nut Roast (vegetarian)
Add on dishes $5
Soup of the Day:
Dessert of the Day:
Treacle tart, double cream