My experience has always been that Sunday Roast in a pub is overcooked, sliced like paper and generally inedible! I found an exception today! There's a lovely pub near my m-i-l that we visited for lunch today: o/h and son had roast beef: 2 thick slices of rosy beef with a popover; daughter had 1/2 portion roast chicken:4 good slices of meat + popover and stuffing; m-i-l and I had roast pork: 6 thinnish slices of melting meat + popover. All served with a big dish of roast potatoes, a big dish of mixed steamed veg (courgette, bean, carrot) and a very nice still-crunchy cauliflower in cheese sauce. We also got mustard, horseradish, apple sauce and cranberry. It was (almost) as good as I make at home and has completely demolished my prejudice about pub Sunday Lunch! PS: The George in Croscombe nr Wells!