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Angsana Velavaru Maldives, suggested in Berlinske

Angsana Velavaru Maldives, suggested in Berlinske

Coya, Peruvian restaurant

Coya London is a Members Club and Peruvian Restaurant, located in Mayfair, London.

Is it even a Sunday if you don't sit down to a sumptuous roast, complete with all the trimmings? We think not. From the hearty traditionals to a few tantalising twists, here are the seven to tuck into in London.

Eight Sunday Roasts To Try In London

Is it even a Sunday if you don& sit down to a sumptuous roast, complete with all the trimmings? We think not. From the hearty traditionals to a few tantalising twists, here are the seven to tuck into in London.

dressed crab

Dressed crab, prepared for the table and eaten with fresh bread, lemon, mayonnaise and beer (not in the picture). The best crabs in England come from Selsey.

The Greek Larder - 1 York Way, King’s Cross, N1C 4AS

The Greek Larder - 1 York Way, King’s Cross, N1C 4AS

Vico - One Cambridge Circus, Seven Dials, WC2H A bustling trattoria in Covent Garden that specialises in Southern Italian food. The recipient of a prestigious Bib Gourmand in this year’s Michelin Guide, the menu is extraordinarily varied, meaning you can mix and match to your heart’s delight.

Indoor piazza serving Southern Italian cuisine paired with award-winning Gelupo gelato. VICO won a Bib Gourmand in the 2017 Michelin Guide.

Rummanco - Sats at Partridge's Food Market, Sloane Square (goat currys*, jerk chicken & patties)

Rummanco - Sats at Partridge's Food Market, Sloane Square (goat currys*, jerk chicken & patties)

‘Fika’ (on Brick Lane) - Swedish for hanging out and relaxing with friends – is an appropriate name for this laid-back Brick Lane eaterie, which serves up tasty plates of flash seared gravadlax, meatballs and ‘elk’ burgers. Pictures of traditional Scandinavia folklore creatures currently adorn the dining space, courtesy of illustrator Emma Farrarons.

London's Top Scandi Hangouts

‘Fika’ (on Brick Lane) - Swedish for hanging out and relaxing with friends – is an appropriate name for this laid-back Brick Lane eaterie, which serves up tasty plates of flash seared gravadlax, meatballs and ‘elk’ burgers. Pictures of traditional Scandinavia folklore creatures currently adorn the dining space, courtesy of illustrator Emma Farrarons.

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