Sunday Lunch at Barnett Hill

Food for the soul

Join us for the ultimate British classic. Sunday lunch is the perfect excuse to indulge in three courses of succulent meats, seasonal vegetables and decadent desserts.  We are fortunate to have space for several tables of five or six in our restaurant.


Throughout the Industrial Age, almost every household would pop a roast on before heading to church on a Sunday. It had become an all-inclusive act with a kind of religious and social importance to it, and as playwright Henry Fielding exclaimed, “it ennobled our brains and enriched our blood”. The nobility would hang an entire animal on a spit in front of a huge fireplace and slowly roast it, while those who could not afford the larger cuts of meat, let alone a fireplace, would drop off a more modest cut to their local baker en route to church. The baker would use their empty bread ovens to cook the meat and hand it back to the villagers in time for lunch. No doubt in those times this was the best meal anybody had all week, and why the Sunday roast became such an important part of the week.

Served in our award-winning Oak Room Restaurant, this delicious three course feast will tantalise your tastebuds.  Please note that the Oak Room Restaurant whilst we don't require a jacket and tie, sportswear and trainers are not permitted.

Served each Sunday from 12noon - 2.30pm

As we use the freshest seasonal ingredients to provide you with the most mouth-watering culinary experience possible, our menu is subject to change. Have a look at our sample menu below for an idea of what's to come.

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.