Sunday Roast at The Curfew Pub, Bath

Located a short 5 minute walk from the top of Walcot Street, The Curfew is home to a delicious Sunday Roast and beautiful interior. The pub opened its doors just after the first lockdown and have since been drawing people from the centre of Bath to enjoy their delicious pub menu. 


We started with some delicious-looking nibbles.

Breaded brie wedges with sweet chilli dip 🧀 [£6.25] 

These were amazing! The Brie oozed out as you cut into it & the sweet chilli dip was an unusual but great pairing. 


White bait with dill mayonnaise 🐟 [£5.95] 

We were a little disappointed with the fish, but the dip was really nice. 


Moving onto roasts, we decided to go for one pork and one veggie to mix it up a bit.

Slow cooked pork belly roast 🍖 [£13.95] 

The belly of pork was the perfect balance of succulent meat and crisp crackling. Accompanied by the best roast potatoes we’ve ever had and smothered in a red wine gravy full of flavour, it was the perfect roast. 



Mushroom, chestnut & spinach wellington 🍄 [£13.95] 

The wellington filling was so delicious & had the perfect crisp pastry to top it off. As a vegetarian, you did not miss out on the gravy front, it was very thick & rich and tasted lovely. The roast also came with a large side of seasonal veggies and of course, extra gravy! 


Both roasts also came with deliciously tasty Yorkshire puddings, a lovely sage stuffing and yummy parsnips which had been slightly charred. 

Sticky toffee & date pudding ✨ [£5.25] 

This was so gooey & tasty. Perfectly moist with a lovely warm toffee sauce drizzled over the top & a crunchy surprise thanks to the candied walnuts. Perfect for sharing if you haven’t got much room left after your roast. 



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