The best Sunday roasts in North Devon

A good Sunday roast is a British classic. It’s a wonderful comfort food but it also has a sense of occasion, and it’s at its best when shared with family or friends.

If you’re wondering where to find the best Sunday roast in (or near!) North Devon, lunch or dinner, I can highly recommend all of these pubs and restaurants.

Plated Sunday roast dinners

Sunday roasts can be extra special when they’re plated up and served all nicely for you. Here are some of my favourites.

The Pyne Arms, East Down

Review of The Pyne Arms, North Devon

Best for? High-quality local ingredients and the best pork crackling I’ve ever had.

Read the full review for the Pyne Arms.

Fremington Quay Cafe

Sunday roast lunch from Fremington Quay Cafe

Best for? A casual and comforting roast dinner, with a great location that is close to Barnstaple but still feels like you’re getting back to nature. There is always a choice of three different mains, two meat one veggie option.

Read the full review for Fremington Quay Cafe.


All you can eat with all the trimmings! You won’t go hungry at any of these carveries.

The Williams Arms, Braunton

Car very from the Williams Arms in Braunton

Best for? An absolute bargain considering the quality and variety of carvery meats and sides available – just £8.95 at lunchtime, Monday to Saturday.

Read the full review for the Williams Arms.

Country Cousins, Westward Ho!

Carvery turkey, beef and pork and roast potatoes from Country Cousins

Best for? Three different types of potato – roast potatoes, sautéed potatoes and dauphinoise potatoes.

Read the full review for Country Cousins.

The Exmoor White Horse Inn, Exford

Sunday carvery meat at The Exmoor White Horse Inn, Exford

Best for? Extremely generous helpings of carvery meat and amazing stuffing.

Read the full review for The White Horse.

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