WE asked readers where serves up the best Sunday Lunch in South Cumbria...

1. The Old Farmhouse, Ulverston

When it comes to roast beef there are few places which can beat the offering at the Old Farmhouse. Their slow braised brisket of beef, served with mashed potato, roast potatoes, and season veg is 'to die for' according to one reader. The meat is 'of the highest quality' and 'quite literally melts in the mouth'. One course is £9.95, two courses is £11.95 and a full three-course meal costs £13.95. 'Worth every penny' says one mum from Ulverston.

2. The Clarke's, Rampside

Booking is a must at the Clarke's. The gammon is one of the most popular choices, according to James from Walney, as the meat is 'juicy and moreish' and comes with both pineapple and a fried egg.

3. Abbey House Hotel, Barrow

Although Sunday lunch at Oscar's is slightly dearer than some of the other restaurants in our top eight sometimes it's worth paying a bit extra. One course costs £15 while for two it's £20 and £25 for three. Main course include a choice of roasted Sirloin Cumbrian beef, honey roasted ham joint, and crispy bubble and squeak.

4. Romney's, Kendal

It might not be on the doorstep but if you love Yorkshire Puddings there's no better place than Romney's according to some of our readers. For just £10.95 you get two slices from the four available roasts served with quite possibly the 'biggest Yorkshires you've ever seen'. Sunday's carvery is served until 8.30pm too which means you can treat yourself to a long lie-in before heading out along the A590.

5. The Ferry, Walney

The Ferry's carvery is a popular choice with four different meats, a choice of five veg and a 'thick, tasty gravy'. And at just £8.79 it's the cheapest Sunday Lunch option in our top eight. Pay £10.54 for extra meat, a pork sausage and an extra Yorkshire pudding on top. Feeling especially peckish? Pay £11.49 for a large carvery plus three pigs in blankets

6. The Duke of Edinburgh, Barrow

Priced at just £16 for two course or £19 for three courses the quality food on offer at the Duke means booking is essential. Starters include the 'delicious' Stilton mushrooms while mains include silverside of beef, leg of lamb, roast pork or roast chicken.

7. The Ship Inn, Roose

Although The Ship doesn't offer a traditional Sunday Lunch it's a popular place to visit on a Sunday. Starters include goat's cheese crostini and garlic and chilli king prawns. For mains you can choose from a fish dish, pub classic, burger, pizza, or something from the grill.

8. The Brown Cow, Dalton

For £15.95 you can treat yourself to one of the Brown Cow's famous three-course Sunday roasts - the size of which will fill any hungry tummy. You can choose from beef, lamb, or pork.