Hidden away from the main Shoreditch strip is the quintessential British pub The Princess of Shoreditch. With bucketloads of charm, it’s quite a grown-up place with a formal dining room on the first floor, accessible via the cast iron spiral staircase. Sundays are a serious affair here and with Great British Menu’s Ruth Hansom as Head Chef, they are also truly glorious. The menu features Yorkshire Dales sirloin of beef, Norfolk Black chicken, and salt-aged pork belly, all served with a whopper of a Yorkshire pudding, unlimited roast potatoes and seasonal veg – yes we said unlimited, so yes that means you can literally keep eating until you embody the essence of a roast potato. There is also lashings of rich gravy and cauliflower cheese (with the option to add black truffle for those wishing to be a lil extra) available as a side. We love this roast and we know you will too, just remember to wear the slack pants.