Winter is upon us and there is no better meal to enjoy on a cold day than a good roast, so we asked our readers to nominate their favourite spot in the borough.

More than 60 of you responded to our poll: "Where's the best place to get a roast in Havering?"

The results are in, with The Orange Tree in Collier Row and The Top Oak in Romford among the venues chosen.

Havering residents will have plenty of choice from our findings below (in no particular order).

Osteria Due Amici in Upminster

The Upminster eatery was nominated for its "excellent" Sunday roast by numerous readers.

One TripAdvisor reviewer said of the Corbets Tey Road restaurant said: "Really nice food and lovely venue.

"Will definitely visit again."

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The Top Oak in Romford

Romford Recorder: The Top Oak, Oak Hill Road, RomfordThe Top Oak, Oak Hill Road, Romford (Image: Google)

This pub has been praised for its roasts, including beef and gammon options, alongside Yorkshire puddings and vegetables.

One Google reviewer praised The Top Oak for a friendly and lovely atmosphere.

Toby Carvery in The Brewery, Romford

The chain's Romford branch was chosen by several readers as a good, reliable option.

At least six people nominated Toby Carvery in Romford, a brand owned and operated by Mitchells & Butlers.

The Ship in Romford

Romford Recorder: The Ship, Main Road, Gidea ParkThe Ship, Main Road, Gidea Park (Image: Google)

The Ship received several mentions from our readers.

It offers home-cooked food and real cask ales, and has been independently run for nearly 250 years, according to its website.

The Orange Tree in Havering-atte-Bower

Romford Recorder: The Orange Tree, 67 Orange Tree Hill, Havering-Atte-BowerThe Orange Tree, 67 Orange Tree Hill, Havering-Atte-Bower (Image: Google)

The Orange Tree describes itself on its website as "built on traditional values with a focus on hospitality and community".