For Sunday roast with a Singaporean twist, head to Straits Kitchen inside the Pan Pacific London hotel opposite Liverpool Street station. The restaurant is serving up a summer Sunday roast with Asian roast meats taking centre stage. The set menu includes half a bottle of prosecco per person plus three courses, starting with the likes of wu xiang ru, black pepper prawns and Vietnamese summer rolls, before you head up to the impressive carving station laden with crispy pork belly, roast duck, soya chicken, barbecue pork and the veggie soya braised mushroom & spinach wellington – Toby Carvery this is certainly not. Once you’ve loaded up on meats, pak choi, choy sum, Thai salad and either fried rice or stir-fried noodles are brought to the table to complete the spread. The experience is rounded out with a trip around the dessert buffet, created by the hotel’s Executive Pastry Chef Cherish Finden, which includes everything from chocolate tarts to mango puddings to coconut pandan mousses, handily all in small portions so you can easily try a bit of everything.