Three Berkshire pubs have been named among some of the best in the UK for a traditional roast dinner.

From riverside public houses to Michelin-star gastropubs, each offers something different that creates a truly beautiful culinary experience.

Foodies looking for the next best thing and families hoping for a good old-fashioned roast will not be disappointed by these Berkshire pub roasts.

The popular lifestyle blog Muddy Stilettos has now named the best pub roasts in the UK to help diners decide where to head for a Sunday treat.

Here are the three gastropubs that made the ranking in Berks.


The Hind’s Head, Bray

Situated in the peaceful village of Bray, The Hind’s Head has been serving guests and all manners of visitors since the 1400s.

Headed by celebrity chef Heston Blumenthal since 2004, the Michelin-level menu is famed for its triple-cooked roasties. These were created by the pub's head chef Peter Gray.

A set three-course menu will set you back £60pp – reasonable for the quality and quantity of the meal.


The Greane Oak, Windsor

This Michelin-rated country gastro pub sits on the outskirts of Windsor and has always had an incredible reputation for great food.

The Sunday menu features native breed beef, Tamworth pork and a nut roast with Yorkshire puddings, pigs in blankets and duck fat roasties from £15pp. 

It recently won the Greene King's Pub of the Year for it's excellent ambiance and outstanding cuisine.



The Bull Inn, Stanford Dingley

Located in West Berkshire between Theale and Newbury, The Bull Inn sits in the middle of the fairy tale village where you can spend a rainy afternoon hunkering down with a traditional English roast.

The pub has traditional open fires and wood beam that outlines the unique 15th-century charm.

The Bull Inn's Sunday service includes four different meats, veggie and vegan roasts and sharing platters with all the trimmings.