This Pub's Roast Dinner Is So Good It Has A Three Year Waiting List
Thought your local made a mean roast dinner? Well, one pub in Bristol is so popular that its roast now has a three year waiting list.
Yep, you heard that right. Three years. The first Sunday slot available at The Bank Tavern on John Street is in June 2023.
A spokesman told The Sun: "There is nothing standard about our Sunday roasts."
The roast - which costs £9.99 - was dubbed the best in Britain last year by the Observer Food Monthly Awards, so it's already got some prestige.
It also won a Bristol Good Food Award back in 2018.
And there's the fact that the pub only has seven tables (that's room for 40 diners) which also contributes to how tough it is to get a spot.
The meal itself is made up one locally sourced main dish of your choice - there's often a choice between beef, pork and a veggie option.
It's served with roast potatoes, a Yorkshire pudding, swede, creamy leeks and seasonal vegetables.
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Plus, you can order up to three courses and round the price up to £14.95, if you think you can hack it!
"We don't repeat the same menu and although we always have beef. We also do pork, some vegetarian options and perhaps venison or poultry," landlord Sam Gregory added.
"We change the starters and desserts weekly so the menu is never the same."
Sam sources his meat from West Country farms, while Sam frequently catches deer and rabbit to serve, too.
Some of the pub's regulars even pop down themselves with fruit and veg from their allotments.
If you want to book yourself in to The Bank Tavern, you can do so here.
Featured Image Credit: The Bank Tavern
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