Exploring Food: Madison Soul Sunday Review

It’s no secret that I love a good brunch, but my first and true love is Sunday roast! Now that the weather is a lot colder (we even had snow last month!), you’re going to want something more filling and warming then the usual weekend brunch. And nothing quite matches a Sunday roast. I was recently invited to the gorgeous Madison restaurant and bar to check out their Soul Sunday menu.

First Thoughts

I’ve been to the bar at Madison a couple of times now, and the view still takes my breath away. The entrance to the rooftop restaurant and bar is via One New Change shopping centre. Taking the lift up to the top floor, you get a unique view of St. Paul’s cathedral. Have your camera at the ready, as it goes up quite quickly!

Madison restaurant

There are two main bar areas, each with an array of tables and benches or chairs. Some are perfect for cosy date nights for couples, but the bigger tables can fit larger groups – perfect for parties or special occasions.

We were greeted at the restaurant entrance and swiftly taken to our seats. The restaurant itself was buzzing despite it only being around 12:30pm. The interior was very sleek but had a laid back feel to it. Our server was great and had some fantastic recommendations for food and cocktail options.

Madison restaurant

So What’s The Sunday Roast Like?

Before we talk about the great choice of proteins for main, it’s worth mentioning that the starters were absolutely delicious too! I had the mackerel and salmon tartare which was not only a beautiful looking plate, but beautiful tasting too.

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The menu offers beef, chicken, pork and even fish options (sorry to my Veggie readers), all with a twist. For example the beef roast, comes as a succulent sirloin steak sliced and served with a delicious gravy. The sides are your usual roast suspects of roast potatoes, Yorkshire pudding and horseradish. Served alongside this, is also a tasty cauliflower cheese which was delicious but not completely necessary.

The serving size was generous, so it’s not surprise that I had to force myself for dessert. But as always, I’m so glad that I did. I went for the chocolate and praline fondant which did not disappoint!

Final Thoughts…

View from Madison

The food was very good and the entertainment and vibe was perfect for a chilled Sunday date. I still the think the view and venue itself is my favourite thing about Madison.

The deal includes a half bottle of wine per person, so a full bottle between a table of two if you go for the same wine. Its great value for money and makes for a memorable and romantic date.

But as far as Sunday roasts go, it was too far from a traditional roast for my liking. However, I would still highly recommend checking it out as the food is still very tasty. Not to mention that the view is one of a kind and the ambience makes for a perfect afternoon out.

Times & Cost:

Sundays 12pm-5pm

3 courses incl. a half bottle of wine for £38

For more information or to make a reservation, visit the Madison website here.

Have you ever been to Madison? What’s your favourite type of Sunday roast? Let me know in the comments below…

Disclaimer: I was invited to review the Sunday menu at Madison restaurant, with complimentary food and drinks. However, all opinions and views are my own.
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  1. 9th January 2018 / 9:14 pm

    It looks amazing and so luxurious! Real high class sorta stuff x

  2. 9th January 2018 / 9:32 pm

    That has to be one of the most beautifully presented roast dinners I’ve ever seen!

  3. 9th January 2018 / 11:46 pm

    I love how beautifully the food is presented and a chocolate and praline pudding is definitely my idea of delicious!

  4. 10th January 2018 / 11:38 pm

    It looks like an absolute dream! That food.. those drinks! You’ll have instagram content for months! I’m definitely putting this on my list of places to visit next time I’m in London

  5. 11th January 2018 / 9:12 am

    Growing up around traditional Sunday roast has made me no favorable to them but, this menu would suit me perfectly. I much prefer the smaller portions and variety of flavours to the one huge plate full type of dinner. I am only just down the road from these guys, I will have to visit:)

  6. 11th January 2018 / 6:17 pm

    Oh my, what a stunning venue this is. The food looks amazing as well, I love the twist on the classic Sunday roast and I would certainly go here for food:)

  7. 11th January 2018 / 7:32 pm

    Wow! This place really does look incredible! I love your description of the sleek but laid-back decor, sounds like a very welcoming place! Such a shame they don’t have much for us vegetarians though! However, your praline fondant looks absolutely mouthwatering!

    Abbey x

  8. 11th January 2018 / 10:23 pm

    Dining in London is always a treat as together with such lovely food and ambience you get great views too. Madison sounds like an awesome place to visit.

  9. 12th January 2018 / 12:31 am

    Lovely review and stunning photography! Especially that photo of the Cathedral!

  10. 12th January 2018 / 2:23 pm

    I like that the have given the traditional roast a twist and the deal is superb for what you get! Plus I agree – it’s an utterly Instagrammable venue, a real little London gem. I will deffo check it out.

    Thanks for sharing!

    Leigh at Fashion Du Jour LDN x

  11. 12th January 2018 / 3:46 pm

    I’ve been to the bar here before but I actually had no idea they did food! I like that the portion sizes are so big 😀

  12. 12th January 2018 / 7:21 pm

    This sounds and looks amazing. What an amazing view to see whilst having a Sunday roast! Really unique but lovely. x

  13. 12th January 2018 / 10:20 pm

    To be honest, that roast is exactly to my liking! I love the look of the steak, and those potatoes look so tasty. I think it is a great location and the price is pretty good too. I will definitely be considering here on my next weekend visit x

  14. 13th January 2018 / 7:16 pm

    That view looks amazing. I haven’t had a roast in ages so love the look of this, even if it isn’t quite traditional. Yum.

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