Where to roast
“In the mind of any British person, Sunday roasts are synonymous with comfort, whether it be mopping up the remnants of your soul after a Saturday night out, or drowning out the sound of your dad’s ramblings about what exactly you’re doing with your life. So when it took me two trains, two replacement buses, and three hours of travelling to get back to London after leaving it for less than 24 hours, I was in need of mum-hug levels of comfort; step up South Place Chop House.
Not far from Moorgate, the City spot was still busy when I rocked up an hour late, with a mix of couples, families, and a table of very smart and very beautiful women, celebrating a birthday. Set on the bottom floor of South Place Hotel, the chop house feels a thousand miles away from a soulless hotel bar, and while it’s the antithesis of a traditional pub, the modern room still feels cosy with floor-to-ceiling windows, an open kitchen, and bronze-gold colour scheme warming everything.”
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