Family, Friends, and the Finest Sunday Roast in Town

A Warm Welcome from Our Hearts to Yours
From The Victoria in Oxshott’s bustling kitchens and cosy dining rooms, our team extends a heartfelt invitation to experience a tradition deeply embedded in British culture: the Sunday roast. Here, where the essence of community thrives, we celebrate the end of every week by gathering friends and families to share in the joy of a meal prepared with love and local pride. Our philosophy goes beyond cooking; it’s about creating an environment where memories are made, laughter is shared, and the food is a testament to our dedication to quality and community. With produce and meats sourced from our cherished local butchers and farms in Oxshott and surrounding areas such as Richmond, Surbiton, and Kingston, we promise a meal and an experience honouring our local heritage. 

A Taste of Tradition: The Roasts
At the heart of our menu are the roasts—each showcases the finest meats our local butchers offer, from the robust flavours of dry-aged Hereford sirloin beef to the tender succulence of Cumbrian saddleback pork loin. Accompanied by seasonal vegetables, golden, crispy roast potatoes, and the fluffiest Yorkshire puddings, our Sunday roasts celebrate all that is great about British cuisine. But it’s not just about the food but the tradition and joy that come with it. As you sit down to enjoy your meal, know that each dish has been carefully prepared, championing the best local produce and meat from the surrounding areas.

Beyond the Roast: Starters and Snacks
Our starters and snacks are more than just an introduction to the main event; they are a testament to our culinary creativity and the bounty of our local region. From our sourdough bread with ampersand butter to our signature Scotch egg with homemade brown sauce, every item is crafted to intrigue your palate and prepare it for future flavours. These dishes reflect our commitment to innovation, all while staying true to the ingredients and flavours that define our community. As you explore our menu, let each bite take you on a journey through the diverse landscapes of Oxshott and beyond. 

The Finishing Touch: Desserts and Sides
Desserts at The Victoria are the perfect end to your Sunday feast. Our selection, from the rich Marathon bar to the classic sticky toffee pudding, is a nod to the sweet simplicity of British desserts. Complemented by our carefully curated sides, like the heritage carrots with a tamarind glaze, each dessert and side dish celebrates our commitment to local sourcing and culinary excellence. So, as you indulge in the final course, remember that each spoonful is a tribute to the local farmers and producers who help us bring our vision to life. 

Join Us This Sunday
As the team behind The Victoria Oxshott, we strive to offer an experience beyond just a meal. We want to welcome you into our family and make you feel at home. Every Sunday, we open our doors wide to welcome guests from Oxshott, Richmond, Surbiton, Kingston, Walton, Hampton, Teddington, and beyond to join us in a tradition that is as much about community as it is about cuisine.

Our Sunday roast is a beloved tradition that has been perfected over the years. We use only the freshest ingredients and the finest cuts of meat to create a mouth-watering meal that will satisfy your taste buds. The succulent meat, crispy roast potatoes, and fresh vegetables are perfectly cooked, and the rich gravy ties everything together in a symphony of flavours.

But it’s not just about the food. It’s about the warmth and joy that comes from sharing a meal with others. At The Victoria Oxshott, we believe that food is a way to unite people, and our Sunday roast is the perfect example. Whether you’re a local or just passing through, we want you to feel welcome and part of the community.

So why not make your next Sunday a memorable one with us? Book your table now and discover our beloved Sunday roast’s unmatched flavour, warmth, and joy. We promise you won’t be disappointed.

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