Enjoy A Proper Hearty Sunday Roast With Lashings Of Gravy At This Liverpool Restaurant

Alice Lorenzato-Lloyd Alice Lorenzato-Lloyd - Staff Writer


Feed the soul and stomach with this comforting Sunday spread.

Just when we’d gotten used to that fresh-as-a-daisy feeling on the weekends, ‘Freedom Day’ came and laughed our newfound sensible Saturday routine right in the face. After what feels like a lifetime, we can now return to the days of spontaneously walking into a bar and waking up with a sore head and trying to piece together the night’s antics. And if that feels all too familiar to you on a Sunday, well we have the perfect antidote to a night on the town; Ma Boyle’s Alehouse and Eatery’s Sunday roast.

Bringing you plenty of home comforts, Ma Boyle’s serves up a delicious Sunday roast and Scouse favourites tasty enough to rival your ma’s dishes (but don’t tell her that).  And you can enjoy this comforting spread with a varied selection of drinks including hangover cure favourites such as Bloody Mary or a pint of Ma’s Queen of Liverpool pilsner or cask ale.


Take your pick from slow roasted beef brisket, sea salt and rosemary crispy pork belly, succulent pan fried herby chicken or homemade vegan mixed nuts and spinach roast, alongside trimmings such as Yorkshire puddings, crispy roasties, seasonal vegetables, herb stuffing, as well as lashings of red wine gravy. Plus, if you can’t quite decide which meat to go for, then opt for the duo roast where you can pick two of the cuts for just a few pounds more.

Ma Boyle’s also serve up more traditional and tasty dishes on a Sunday to help make you feel right as rain again including steak and ale pie and Ma’s classic Scouse. Sit in this refined ale house close to the docks and tuck into what can only be described as a comforting bowl of goodness- slow cooked chunks of beef, potatoes and carrots all in a rich gravy served with pickled cabbage and fresh crusty bread and butter. You can even turn that hearty Scouse into a pie and enjoy it served with either chips or mash and greens.

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But the comfort doesn’t stop there, and no Sunday roast is complete without a good pud to finish the meal. Ma Boyle’s serves a magnificent sticky toffee pudding consisting of a homemade toffee sponge covered generously with a rich butterscotch sauce and served with vanilla bean ice cream. The restaurant also offers a glorious chocolate brownie or a cheesecake which varies in flavour each week.

Sunday is all about the roast however the menu at Ma Boyle’s also features homemade burgers, beer battered fish and chips, meat and cheese platters, loaded chips and light bites. To wash it all down choose from the alehouse and eatery’s selection of beers, wines, spirits, soft drinks and cocktails, including an array of Ma’tini’s. Plus, Ma Boyle’s sure knows how to maintain your comfort by offering six types of boozy hot chocolates each with a different spirit. Chocolate and booze- Ma is a woman after our own hearts!

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Taking place every Sunday from 1pm ’til 9pm, guests will be able to enjoy a hearty meal at the 151-year-old establishment, as well as the venue’s outdoor terrace where the bar is serving both al fresco drinks and food. To make a Sunday dining reservation, head over to the website to book here.

As well as a comforting and traditional Sunday roast, Ma Boyle’s also offers bottomless brunches which run seven days a week and cocktail masterclasses too.

Ma Boyle’s Alehouse and Eatery, 7 Tower Gardens, Tower Building, The Strand, L3 1LG

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