Celebrate the return of Ostro’s Sunday Roast with this delectable giveaway

It’s official. Winter is here in full force, bringing with it sweater weather and an unshakeable hankering for a really, really good roast. 

Thankfully, Auckland’s favourite roast offering has returned, just as our cravings for hearty fare kick into high gear. 

From 26th July until the end of October, Ostro will be serving their roast menu every Sunday. 

The Ostro team has done all the hard work so you don’t have to, using their expertise to take the ritual of a roast dinner to the next level. 

Classics are thoughtfully elevated, with the likes of whole roasted scotch fillet served with golden Yorkshire pudding and horseradish, crispy pork belly paired with apple black pepper chutney and watercress, and slow roasted Te Mana lamb shoulder with olive, harissa and labneh.

Feeling fancy? Add freshly shaved black truffle to any roast. 

If beef wellington is what you covet, you’re in luck.  Ostro’s sensational version is available once again — just be sure to pre-order.

Purists will be pleased to hear meals come complete with all the trimmings — think Yorkshire pudding, roasted vegetables, seasonal greens and crispy duck fat potatoes.  

Nothing says Sundays quite like Bloody Marys, so naturally there are four versions on offer to complement your meal.

The Classic is the clear choice for traditionalists while the Umami is a must for adventurous tastebuds, with shiitake-infused vodka and miso. If you’ve ever wanted to try mezcal, the Mezcal Mary is the perfect chance to sample this popular spirit.

There’s also a virgin offering with Seedlip for those seeking a no-alcohol option. The best part? There’s a self-garnish station at the bar for those who prefer their own blend. 

To celebrate the return of Ostro’s Sunday Roast, we’re delighted to have a lunch to give away for you and five friends.

Head to our Instagram for all the details and to enter. 

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