Toby Carvery Reviews
Description:Traditional English food in a relaxed, family-oriented atmosphere.
Newest Review: ... week day, if the car park was full up then it could be a problem trying to park near the restaurant. The car park is flat and there are two different doors to get into the restaurant, I did notice that there were not any steps, so it would be safe to say that you wouldn't have any problems in getting a wheelchair or pushchair in and out of the building. The George obviously used to be a ... more
Customer Toby Carvery Reviews (93)
by - written on 23/04/13, updated on 23/04/13 (Very useful, 173 readings)
On Good Friday this year we decided to go out for a family meal. Like many other families it can be so awkward choosing what to have and where to go as everyone has different ideas and preferences. My "children" are now in their twenties, so I am pleased to say that the days are gone where to go out for a meal automatically means a Burger or a Pizza - these are tasty and nice, but when you want to sit down together and not eat junk food, but eat something sensible, filling and tasty - quite an easy criteria to fill, but when you want to take the price into account too and have something that is within a budget that will not break the bank then my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/04/13 (Somewhat useful, 53 readings)
I go to the Toby Carvery in Mitcham quite regularly, but not because the food is great - it isn't. My family and I go for a low cost meal and some family time together. I take a little jar of mixed seasonings to give my food some flavour so I can enjoy it better. The staff know us well and most of them contribute to making our time out together a good one although with the volume of customers the staff are often harassed looking and not very smiley, although that's not all of them, the carvers are generally very pleasant, one might even say jolly. My youngest (14) doesn't really eat much food as she likes to go for the chocolate fudge sundae so we ... Read the complete review
by Jane - written on 16/02/13
I aways go the Toby Carvery in Lower Earley, Reading. Service is always excellent, food piping hot and a very good selection of meat - beef, turkey, gammon, pork, and fresh vegetables - usually roast potatoes, mashed potatoes, parsnips, carrrots, peas, broccoli, cauliflower cheese as well as an enormous yorkshire pudding. I have eaten other 'value' meals at other pubs but Toby carvery meals, in my opinion, beat them hands down in terms of what you actually get for your money. This is because you help yourself to as much veg as you like from the carvery counter instead of being served just a couple of potatoes and a few peas/carrots, and you can even go back for seconds! . Read the complete review
by - written on 08/02/13 (Very useful, 149 readings)
Toby Carvery. Gravesend. My daughter and son in law asked us to go out for dinner one evening just before Christmas as I was not going to be around over the Christmas period. As a new restaurant had opened near them that they said they would like to try it out. We did not have to book apparently and were told to just turn up. We arranged to meet at 19:30 with absolutely nasty raining weather beating down so we did not expect to find the restaurant as busy as it was. In fact it was packed to capacity. We had been delayed and arrived shortly after 19:30 but my daughter, son in law and granddaughter were already sitting in a booth waiting for us ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/08/12 (Useful, 173 readings)
I have been to the Toby Carvery many times before now but i went at lunch time today and realised that you can actually go back for veg as many times as you like, which made me think very highly of these guys since most other carveries don't do that, so thought i'd write this review. Upon arriving at the carvery you do need to be seated by staff, it's one of those places yes, but if you request to say, sit at a window, they will happily let you do so. The carvery is always ready for you to just go up and get the food so you can go when you're ready, and the staff bring the drinks over to you while you get your food. I was asked which meats i would like (there ... Read the complete review
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