I don’t know what it is but recently I have been truly rating a Sunday Roast! For a few months now I’ve been hearing great things about Duncano’s and at last I’ve gone to check it out.
Duncano’s is a bar and bistro that opened up in December 2021, in place of the Key West Pub at the back of the Westhill Retail Park. It’s somewhat tucked away making it a real hidden gem.
Duncano’s is open Wednesday to Sunday for relaxed Lunches, Afternoon Tea, Sunday Roast and Small Plates in the evening. Whether it’s meeting over a brew, bonding over bubbles, or feasting and flirting, we can’t wait to welcome you very soon.Duncanos.com
The bistro has an incredibly elegant and chic vibe to it with dark panelled walls, velvet navy chairs and accents of gold. It really is beautiful in there!
Paige and I decided to go for the Sharing Board for 2 (£34) with a mix of Roast Chicken and Roast Beef. This of course came with all the trimmings too; roast potatoes, seasonal veggies, homemade skirlie, giant yorkshire puddings and a couple pots of gravy.
The roast was served, piled high on a beautiful wooden board in a way that made it really easy to share.
As if that wasn’t enough food, we decided to order a side of cauliflower cheese (£4.50) which was so deliciously creamy and cheesy! – an absolute must try dish.
Of course, we had to finish off our lunch with something a little sweeter. We grabbed a Sticky Toffee Pudding with Vanilla Ice Cream to share. Oh my… we were so glad to have been sharing this one. It was a very generous slab of light, fluffy sticky toffee sponge with a great dollop of ice cream. The perfect ending.
Every bite of our food was piping hot and truly full of flavour. The service we received was un-faultable. I believe it was Chloe that took our order and spoke us through how the Sunday Roast worked. She had our plates cleared away really quickly but without making us feel rushed in any way.
Overall, we paid £52 for our roast, pudding and 2 diet cokes and we both felt it was really good value for money. 10/10 all round!
Maybe afternoon tea is more your thing? Have you heard of Sweet Mumma’s Kitchen??