The classic roast might seem like a holdover from the past, but it’s a damn delicious one. A dish of roast meat – traditionally beef, but these days you’ll usually get a few different options – and an assortment of vegetables can of course be eaten on any day of the week, but there’s something particularly excellent about eating it on a Sunday. Add in Yorkshire pudding and a good drenching of gravy, and you’re in heaven.
So, where to find a piece of heaven in Sydney? Head to an inner-west stalwart for smoked brisket, a Vietnamese spot turning tradition on its head, and a Glebe classic where the Yorkshire pudding is as big as your face.