Food & Drink

There’s a bottomless Father’s Day roast happening in MediaCity this weekend

It has to be a universal fact that all dads love a good roast - and this one looks a belter.

Georgina Pellant Georgina Pellant - 16th June 2021

Maybe it’s just us, but finding the perfect Father’s Day present seems to be a never-ending struggle.

With the big event coming up this weekend, we’ve still been scrambling – then we thought: Just take him out for a roast.

After all, it has to be a universal fact that all dads love a good roast. Or any sort of scran, if we’re being completely honest.

So this weekend, in honour of all the Manc dads out there, The Botanist in MediaCity is upping the ante on its usual Sunday roast proceedings by adding on a bottomless booze option for Father’s Day.

As part of the bottomless upgrade, you and your dad will get 90 minutes of unlimited drinks to enjoy alongside your Sunday roast.


Choices include house pints of beer, a variety of different spritz (Aperol, raspberry, blood orange or elderflower), and glasses of prosecco.

The pints will be flowing at The Botanist this Sunday in Media City / Image: The Botanist

All roasts on Father’s Day come served with mustard glazed carrots, red cabbage, tenderstem broccoli, roast potatoes, a Yorkshire pudding and lashings of gravy, plus your choice of meat or veg.


Diners can choose from classics like lamb, chicken, beef or pork. Or, if you’re veggie or vegan, opt for the mushroom, red lentil and chestnut roast instead with your own jug of meat-free gravy.

Single roasts start from just £11.95, with Father’s Day bottomless drink upgrades available for £15 per person.

Or, if you really want to treat Dad, there’s an option to add a starter, pudding or both as part of The Botanist’s two and three-course Sunday roast menu.


Priced from £18.50 for the multi-course menus, starter choices include salt and pepper chicken wings, The Botanist’s signature scotch egg, and pea hummus. There are also Cauliflower wings on offer for plant-powered guests.

To book your table head over to The Botanist’s website here.