Based in Britain's oldest food market, Roast is dedicated to the best of British cooking using the country's finest seasonal produce.Dishes range from the traditional like roast beef and also features a wide selections of seafood and organic salads.Open for breakfast lunch and dinner Monday to Saturday, Brunch on Saturday and for Sunday lunch.


Typical meal price: From £26.00 (USD32.45) per diner

£26 to £40

Venue Details & Map


The Floral Hall
Borough Market

Sample Menu

  • House Potted Shrimps with Toast - £6.00
  • Pressed Game with Port and Cranberry Chutney - £8.00
  • Roast Chicken with Bacon and Bread Sauce - £16.75
  • Roast 28 Day Aged Rump Joint of Beef with Horseradish, Potatoes and Cream - £17.00
  • Hake with Melted Potted Shrimp and Crab Butter - £15.50
  • Honey Roast Autumn Vegetables with Melted Cornish Yarg Cheese - £12.50
  • Quince, Pear and Hazelnut Crumble with Custard, Sticky Date Pudding with Butterscotch Sauce & Vanilla Ice Cream - all £5.50 each


Access into the Building
Flat routes from parking area to entrance
Catering Facilities
Theatre menu

Yelp Reviews

3.5 out of 5 based on 121 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Roast

4.0 out of 5 18 December 2016
by Pedro S.

The roast is awesome and the sticky toffee pudding too! I'd definitely go back there again for any of those! I wish the service was a bit better organized and calm! The waitress serving me was going around like a rocket and didn't even give me time to say thank you or please because she didn't really have the time to wait after I ordered for example! Still, the food is awesome! A bit over...more

1.0 out of 5 24 November 2016
by Ivo K.

It's a great location, right in the heart of London in the ancient Borough Market and a walking distance to a lot of London's famous landmarks. The restaurant itself is nothing to write home about, just a big open landscape with an ugly bar in the center and tables scattered around without any particular plan. The noise level is literally deafening and if you want to have a conversation with...more

2.0 out of 5 7 October 2016
by Dionne H.

The Roast served food that was lukewarm and the "roasties" (potatoes) were the consistency of hockey pucks! I could barely cut one with a serrated knife so I gave up on the rest. My daughter ordered a beverage that arrived almost simultaneously with our bill and only after she mentioned the lapse to our very inattentive server. Four of us dined tougher and we had the same underwhelming...more

2.0 out of 5 6 September 2016
by Scott O.

Booked online to come here by recommendation of concierge. 1) the only available seating was 1530. 2) the place was (and remained for our entire meal) empty minus another table of 2 (harbinger perhaps?). 3) The waiter was inattentive (didn't ask if a refill was desired or how the meal was at any time). 4. All the food, including so-named "starters" came out at the exact same time. 5). The...more

5.0 out of 5 21 March 2016
by Chet M.

After reading an article on how the Brits enjoy having traditional Sunday roasts of a meat or game of some sorts, my mind was hooked on keeping with tradition today.

Armed with a hit list of 3 hot spots, I sought out Roast near London Bridge. Not really familiar with London, I was wonderfully surprised that Roast was right there in the Burroughs Market. C'mon, a restaurant in the London mecca...more

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