Sunday roasts with bottomless red wine have arrived in London

Unlimited meat and red wine? Yes please!

Updated on 09 October 2019 • Written By Aneesa Anwar

Sunday roasts with bottomless red wine have arrived in London

Restaurant group D&D has brought back its bottomless red wine and roast dinners to London for the autumn season.

Available across a number of D&D venues, you can enjoy a comforting and filling winter roast in the likes of Bluebird in Chelsea, Aster in Victoria New Street Grill in the City and Skylon on South Bank.

As part of its ‘Into The Wild’ autumn campaign which began this week, diners can enjoy unlimited top ups of Clarendelle Rouge red wine, which has been expertly crafted and paired with all the roast dinners on offer.

Both Bluebird Chelsea and White City will be offering a glass of Clarendelle red alongside its generously sized roast dinner of 28 day-aged beef ribs with all the trimmings and copious amounts of gravy.

For those with a big appetite, Aster is the ‘red roast’ to go for. With bottomless starters, a main of chicken or lamb roast with root veg, potatoes and cauliflower cheese, and bottomless desserts to finish it off. All of this is accompanied of course by unlimited red wine because we believe you can never be too indulgent.

Another one for those with a big appetite is Aster’s bottomless meat roast. Pick from a range of meats and accompanying elements and make sure you arrive at the restaurant hungry because you’ll want to make the most of all the bottomless offerings.

Lastly on the list of restaurants taking part in the bottomless ‘red roast’ deal is Skylon on South Bank. Offering up bottomless red wine with their Saturday and Sunday lunch, diners are able to choose from beef sirloin, roast pork or chicken with all the standard roast accompaniments.

All priced at under £20 and available throughout the month of October, its time to get in the Christmas spirit with some red wine and a good old fashioned roast that will leave you feeling merry for the rest of the festive season.

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