Find the Best Vegan Sunday Roast Dinner in Birmingham
Last updated on October 5th, 2023
If you’re on the hunt for a vegan Sunday roast in Birmingham, you’re in luck! Birmingham has plenty to choose from, if you know where to look. You can enjoy a hearty and delicious vegan Sunday roast dinner at various locations across the city.
Well, let’s not waste any time, my belly is rumbling.
Here are the top spots to find the perfect vegan Sunday dinner in Digbeth, Birmingham city centre, the Jewellery Quarter and Moseley.
Vegan Sunday Dinner in Digbeth, Birmingham
The Ruin – Digbeth
Address: Digbeth, Birmingham – Find The Ruin on Google Maps
At the top of our list is The Ruin in Digbeth, and they’ve got a vegan Sunday roast that’s nothing short of amazing. Their Vegan Wellington is served with plenty of sides including garlic and herb roast potatoes, maple syrup glazed carrots and parsnips, balsamic glazed beetroot, green beans, vegan and gluten-free cauliflower cheese, and Yorkshire pudding, all drenched in red wine gravy. It’s a feast fit for royalty! And it’s vegan!
Opening Hours: The kitchen is open from 12 PM to 6 PM, or until they run out.
BA-HA – Fully Vegan Restaurant in Digbeth
Address: The Rainbow Pub, Digbeth, Birmingham – Find BA-HA on Google Maps.
BA-HA is a fully vegan restaurant situated in The Rainbow Pub in Digbeth. On Sundays, they serve their Hearty Sunday Roast with all the trimmings. Plus, you can enjoy 2-4-1 cocktails to complement your meal. However, be sure to arrive early or have a backup plan, as their Sunday roast is available until it sells out.
Opening Hours: Food is served from 12 PM to 8 PM on Sundays.
The Old Crown – Digbeth
Address: Digbeth, Birmingham – Find The Old Crown on Google Maps.
The Old Crown in Digbeth has a vegan hummus and flatbread starter to kick things off. Their Vegan Sunday Dinner features a vegan balti pie with vegan gravy served with roasted potatoes, maple-glazed carrots and parsnips, seasonal greens, braised red cabbage, homemade yorkie (doesn’t say if it’s vegan, so this might not be an option), and gravy.
Opening Hours: They open at 12 PM, and food is served until 5:45 PM.
Take a look at The Old Crown’s menu here.
Vegan Sunday Dinner in Birmingham City Centre
The Botanist Bar & Restaurant Birmingham
Address: Birmingham City Centre – Find The Botanist on Google Maps
If you find yourself in Birmingham City Centre, head over to The Botanist for a fantastic Vegan Sunday Roast. Their Vegan option includes a celeriac, mushroom, and pearl barley wellington in a creamy cashew nut and porcini sauce, with maple-glazed carrots, roast potatoes, minted greens with almonds, and gravy. Don’t forget to save room for their Vegan Banoffee Sundae dessert!
Opening Hours: The kitchen opens at 10 AM and closes at 9:30 PM on Sundays.
The Old Joint Stock Pub & Theatre, Birmingham
Address: Birmingham City Centre – Find The Old Joint Stock on Google Maps.
The Old Joint Stock Pub & Theatre serves food from 12:00 PM to 4:00 PM on Sundays. Their Vegan Sunday Dinner has two options! A Spiced cauliflower wellington or a vegan curry pie. Finish your meal with a tasty caramel apple tart served with coconut ice cream.
Take a look at the Old Joint Stock’s Sunday menu here.
Ju Ju’s Cafe Birmingham
Address: Birmingham City Centre – Find Ju Ju’s Cafe on Google Maps
Ju Ju’s Cafe is a bit of a hidden gem in Birmingham City Centre for vegan Sunday dinner because they don’t provide detailed information about their Sunday menu online, but they do offer a vegan wellington with a diced mushroom and soya mince filling.
To make sure you get your vegan Sunday roast fix, it’s best to book a table online and specify your preference.
Vegan Sunday Dinner in The Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham
The Church Pub and Dining Room
Address: The Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham – Find The Church on Google Maps.
At the edge of The Jewellery Quarter, you’ll find The Church Pub and Dining Room. Their vegan Sunday dinner option is a spinach, squash & vegan feta filo parcel, accompanied by roast Jersey royal potatoes, mixed greens, and carrots with gravy. For dessert you can indulge in vegan salted caramel ice cream.
Opening Hours: Food is served from 12 PM on Sundays.
Take a look at The Church’s menu here.
1000 Trades – The Jewellery Quarter
Address: The Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham – Find 1000 Trades on Google Maps.
1000 Trades in The Jewellery Quarter offers a vegan Sunday dinner option that includes a rosemary roast beetroot, garlic spinach, mushroom duxelles, vegan crepe, celeriac puree, and roast baby beetroot. They also have a vegan starter – a roast tomato tartlet.
While there’s no mention of a vegan dessert, their Sunday roast is probably enough to fill you up, if not, it’s just an excuse to go find some ice cream!
Opening Hours: Serving from midday until 5 PM every Sunday.
Vegan Sunday Dinner in Moseley, Birmingham
The Village – Moseley
Address: Moseley, Birmingham – Find The Village on Google Maps.
Last but not least, The Village in Moseley offers a root vegetable wellington as their vegan Sunday roast option.
They say their roast dinners are served with rosemary roast potatoes, a panache of vegetables, roasted roots, Yorkshire puddings, stuffing, and real gravy. However, they don’t state what the vegan wellington is served with so it will probably be a bit different.
They also offer sorbet for dessert, which is usually vegan-friendly but they don’t specify.
Opening Hours: The kitchen is open from 11 AM to 8 PM on Sundays.
Take a look at The Village’s Sunday Menu here.
No matter which part of Birmingham you find yourself in, you’re never far from a delicious vegan Sunday roast.
Things change all the time so be sure to check the menu, the opening hours and availability before heading out to ensure you don’t miss out on a delicious vegan Sunday Roast dinner. Bon appétit!
If you want to know more about the vegan food that Birmingham has to offer take a look at my Vegan Food in Birmingham Page.
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