Do you miss going down to the pub for a spoiling Sunday dinner with all the trimmings? 

In the midst of winter there really is nothing better than tucking into a tasty roast - but perfecting the Yorkshire puddings and doing all of the prep can be off-putting for many of us. 

If this sounds like you then look no further as these Oxfordshire restaurants have risen to the challenge of providing scrumptious Sunday grub for all.

So put your feet up and get ready to feast: 

The Windrush, Witney

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The beautiful Windrush in Witney have continued to bring gorgeous Sunday roasts and a range of meals to the residents of Oxfordshire. 

They serve beef, pork, turkey and a nut roast as well as a gluten free roast dinner.

All of the roasts are served with Yorkshire puddings, roast potatoes, leeks and cheese plus all the trimmings. 

They are available for collection between 12 and 4pm every Sunday.

Check out their Facebook page for more information.

Broad Face, Abingdon

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Broad Face gastropub in Abingdon is offering takeaway Sunday Roasts which are available for collection between midday and 6pm.

They offer a variety of roasts including beef, lamb, turkey and shoulder of pork as well as a nut roast. 

Meals start at £11.95 for a nut roast up to £13.95 for roasted lamb, all are served with trimmings and a full menu is also available. 

Pre-order to avoid disappointment and be sure to checkout their Facebook page for the latest menu. 

The Woodstock Arms, Woodstock

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The Woodstock Arms stand-out roasts are now available at home. (Image: www.johnscottblackwell.co.uk)

The stunning country pub, The Woodstock Arms is another great business to have diversified over lockdown by serving takeaway meals. 

Their wonderful chefs have been preparing delicious Sunday lunches and other menus for you to enjoy at home. 

The drool-worthy menu is updated weekly so be sure to check out their Facebook page for more details and for pre-orders. 

They offer roast beef, chicken and a nut roast all served with seasonal veggies, a giant yorkshire pudding and rich gravy starting at £10. 

The Black Horse, Standlake 

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The Black Horse is famous for serving the ultimate roast dinner and luckily they are bringing it to our homes. 

Their showstopping roasts include a variety of seasonal meat and vegetables that are locally sourced and subject to change.

Coveted as 'the best roasts in around' their Sunday lunches cost £15. 

The roasts are served from midday to 3pm every Sunday and local delivery is available.

If you don't fancy a roast they have a full menu to choose catering for singles and the whole family. 

Check out their Facebook for the latest updates and how to order.

Home Sweet Home, Roke

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The wonderful Home Sweet Home in Roke is famous with families across the county for its atmosphere and mouth-watering food.

Diversifying through lockdown they are continuing to serve up their home-cooked, locally sourced meals through the week with a full menu as well as roasts on a Sunday.

You can choose between a sirloin of beef, loin of pork, roasted supreme of chicken of vegetable wellington with all the accompanying trimmings and lashings of gravy. 

A full portion costs £17, small portions are £9 and childrens are £7, there is also a 10-per-cent discount for pre-orders.

Available for collection only be sure to check out their Facebook page to see the latest menus and to order. 

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