Sunday Lunch at Alexander House
You can't beat a classic
Did you know that the nickname for the Royal Guard, "beefeaters", comes from a tradition of King Henry VII's guardsmen sitting down to a dinner of roast beef after church on a Sunday morning? Find out more about the history of the great Sunday lunch in our blog post or have a look through the information below for a flavour of what to expect from Sunday lunch at Alexander House.
Served in our award-winning AG's Restaurant, our Sunday lunch is a succulent three course feast created around traditional favourites with contemporary twists. Private dining rooms are available if you're looking for a quieter occasion with close friends and family. Incredibly popular with residents and locals alike, Sunday lunch is best booked in advance.
Due to the popularity of Sunday Lunch we recommend booking in advance.
If the date of your request is fully booked please do contact us directly and we would be happy to add you to our wait list.