IF you enjoy a roast dinner then maybe you should head on over to one of these venues in the Whitehaven and Workington area.

Nothing is more mouthwatering than standing over a hot counter in front of an array of meats (or veg alternatives) and vegetables.

We have compiled a list of all the best carvery places in Whitehaven and Workington according to the public Google Reviews.

The Sunny Hill, Whitehaven

This eatery is easily one of the most popular in town. Throughout the week the pub serves a wide range of traditional pub grub, with customers able to order everything from steak, scampi, fish and chips, and lasagna. 

However, it's Sunday when customers are in for a real treat. The pub serves an array of roasted meats with a variety of vegetables and other toppings. 

There is also a bar area where punters can enjoy a drink before or after their meal. 

Oilys, Workington 

This much-visited pub and restaurant is suited for all the family. 

They serve a a whole host of popular pub dishes that are sure to keep you coming back for more. 

The Vagabond, Whitehaven 

This harbourside restaurant has proved a success with locals for many years now. 

It is surrounded by other popular businesses like Anna's and Zest and is a prime location at the town's marina. 

Whilst the pizzas are one of the main attractions, the Sunday roasts bring a good amount of people through the doors each weekend. 

The Dog and Partridge, Sandwith 

This rural village pub which is just a stone's throw from Whitehaven serves wonderfully appetising Sunday dinners. 

Despite being off the beaten track, the pub still proves popular with people in the area and can be easily accessed by car. 

The Galloping Horse, High Harrington 

This restaurant is just a few miles from Workington town centre. 

It is described as a friendly, village, community pub that serves both food and drink. 

The venue serves all of the pub classics alongside some more modern dishes.