Sunday Cavery at Quinn's Sport Bar - Stadium of Light

The first time I visited the Stadium of Light for Sunday lunch back in August I was really impressed by the food so I was really looking forward to my dinner last Sunday. 



This is running throughout the month of February so make sure you don't miss out! Having lunch in the Quinn's sports bar is so unique, you are surrounded by Sunderland memorabilia. This is a must go to venue for any Sunderland supporters or any true football fan. 



Matty and I both kick started our delicious Sunday feast with Seasonal vegetable soup with a crusty bread roll and butter £3.95. 



The soup arrived piping hot and tasting delicious. There were two options for starter, the other was, chicken and apricot terrine with sour dough and mixed leaves £3.95. 

There were three options for the traditional carvery, roast chicken breast, beef or lamb shank. All three looked delicious and was served with, seasonal vegetables, lashings of gravy and every condiment you can imagine to go with a Sunday lunch. All £9.95. 

Matty went for the lamb shank, which looked absolutely incredible. He was offered 1 or 2 Yorkshire puddings and of course he went for 2. 



There was one vegetarian option on the menu and of course that's what I went for. Roasted Nut Wellington on a bed of ratatouille and a spiced tomato sauce £9.95. This was my Sunday lunch of actual dreams. I helped myself to the seasonal vegetables on offer with the carvery. 



If the football isn't going to keep the children entrained, there is a corner in the restaurant for children to play with various games and colouring activities. 



Newcastle were playing on Sunday and as we were eating in the sports bar the football was on the television which meant we could watch the football and eat our pudding. I know this is something my Dad would absolutely love. Matty certainly did. 



I never can resist pudding and usually make my mind on what I'm going to order before I've even eaten my starter. The delicious chocolate brownie cheese cake with cherry and almond £3.95 is what I went for and it was a taste sensation. 


I also did get slight food envy with Matty's dessert, traditional syrup sponge with a creamy custard £3.95. I managed to steal 2 mouthfuls while he was concentrating on the Newcastle vs Crystal Palace game and it tasted as good as it looked. 


On the children's menu there was, golden chicken nuggets, chips and beans and half a portion of the Sunday cavery option of the day, both were £4.95. For pudding there is ice cream for £2.95. 

Overall I thought the value for money was excellent and the food is extremely good quality. 



I'd recommend you book your table to avoid disappointment - 0371 911 1555


Sunday Cavery at Quinn's Sport Club - Stadium of Light 

*This meal was complimentary (apart from our drinks we paid for those). As always my opinion remains my own. 

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