We asked you to nominate your favourite spot for a roast.

From pubs to restaurants more than a hundred of you contacted us to tell us why your favourite should make the list.

So here are the most ravishing roasts as suggested by you - and why you love them.

  • The Live and Let Live, in Millers Lane

The Live and Let Live was the most mentioned establishment with our readers.

You praised its menu, friendly staff and atmosphere.

Sarah Jane said: "My lovely local, The Live and Let Live. Fab food, relaxed atmosphere, great all round."

  • The Half Butt, Great Horkesley

Our readers praised the roast beef, lamb and pork on offer each Sunday.

Mike Fair said: "The Half Butt, Great Horkesley...it’s absolutely amazing. The trio roast is unbeatable."

  • The Plough in Peldon

The pub was described as "lovely" and readers said "everyone is very friendly".

  • The Green Room, North Hill

Multiple readers praised the offering at the restaurant with one saying it was "best by far".

  • The Wooden Fender, Ardleigh

With beef, pork, gammon, lamb, turkey and a vegetarian option the Wooden Fender was another highly recommended option.

  • The Old Siege House

Alex Green said: "The old siege house bar and brasserie! The crispiest, fluffy potatoes and perfectly cooked sirloin of beef!"

  • The Alma, Copford

Simon Morris said: "The Alma, Copford. Hands down. I’ve recommended it to Chef friends who were more than impressed."

  • Berechurch Arms, Shrub End Road

Richard Anthony Gotts said: "Lovely Sunday roast and plenty of it."

  • The Anchor, Rowhedge

Daniel Wright said: "Really nice food and very friendly staff."

  • The Angel Inn, Stoke by Nayland

Abigail Jade Clements said: "Traditional independent pub with locally sourced produce! Open fire, friendly staff."