A cocktail and tapas bar in the heart of the city has now launched roast dinners with all the trimmings.

Bond No. 28 Tombland, just a stone's throw from Norwich Cathedral, is serving Sunday roasts every week from 12noon until 5pm, starting on April 13.

Feast on a 28-day aged beef sirloin served with a Yorkshire pudding, garlic and rosemary roast potatoes, red cabbage, lemon and parsley heritage carrots, minted petit pois and lashings of red wine gravy.

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Each week there will be an additional seasonal meat available, either pork loin, lamb or corn-fed chicken, and there is also a vegetarian option.

Eastern Daily Press: Enjoy a Sunday roast with a glass of wine Picture: Nathan NeeveEnjoy a Sunday roast with a glass of wine Picture: Nathan Neeve (Image: Nathan Neeve)

Roasts cost from £13.50 to £17 and there are optional extras of pigs in blankets and cauliflower cheese for £5 each. 

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A spokesperson for Bond said: "All ingredients are sourced from in or around Norfolk to support local farmers and promote farm-to-fork."

The desserts are a cheesecake with a seasonal fruit compote or a chocolate brownie with ice cream, both for £6.50 each. 

Book a table by emailing info@bondnorwich.com bondnorwich.co.uk