Back to the basics. Anything but ordinary.
Roast is a lot of things: a sandwich shop, a meat shop, a place to pick up a last minute meal or a quick and healthy salad. What unites everything we do is our singular commitment to provide you with delicious, natural, and humane meat you can feel good about buying and eating.

We started on our mission to craft exceptional food in 2013, and we’ve been working ever since to build a sustainable and resilient company that will be here for generations to come.

All of Roast’s packaging, from knives and forks to containers, is 100% compostable.
Carving meat correctly is an art. There’s something about watching a chef carve meat that compels you to stop what you’re doing and consume immediately.
Historically, carving meat was considered a culinary art of the highest form only carried out by senior officials, in royal or aristocratic households, who were known as esquires tranchants. Their duties were performed with swords by their sides to ward off any thief wishing to chance their arm whilst the precious meat was being cut. King Louis-Philippe of France (1773-1850) stood at the bottom of his table, at every meal, to carve meat for his family.