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going to put it out there The Edinburgh Cellars Sunday Roast is up there with the best we’ve eaten in London. Located on Newington Green the pub recently reopened following a complete refurb to a typical gastro style establishment. We hit them up last Sunday to sample three of their finest roast dinners. Two chicken and one lamb arrived with huge portions of all the trimmings. Homemade Yorkshire puds = top marks, roast potatoes, roast carrots, cabbage, roast beets, stuffing and proper gravy, none of the Red wine crap!

The lamb which had been marinated for 24 hours in mint sauce was the winner, a generous portion of tender meat although the chicken came a close second. The only grumbles we had were that the roasties were slightly under cooked and there was no pork on the menu. All in all a flipping great roast dinner for around £13. In the words of Arnie we’ll be back!

Edinburgh Cellars, Newington Green, N1