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nothing quite like a good roasting, especially on a Sunday arvo which is why we’re all over Mews of Mayfair. Located in the heart of Mayfair, down a pretty cobbled courtyard, Mews of Mayfair is set over four floors. We ate in the Brasserie which is bright and airy, on a sunny day with all of the windows open it feels like you’re dining alfresco.

The Sunday lunch menu is great value, two courses for just 20 quid. We started with the fresh, light Dorset Crab on toast and the beautifully executed baked beetroot, rich goats cheese, toasted sunflower seeds and red onion puree.

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To follow we both went for the juicy roast Sirloin of South Devon Dry Aged Beef, Yorkshire Pudding, Duck Fat roasted potatoes and Spring vegetables. It was quite the roast, a generous portion of meat, variety of sides and lashings of gravy. We really couldn’t complain.

Too full to tackle a dessert, we left feeling pretty satisfied. For a roast in elegant surrounds that won’t break the bank head down to Mews of Mayfair.

10 Lancashire Court, New Bond Street, London, W1S 1EY