Brewery, Winery or Distillery
About this Business
9:00 AM - 11:00 PM
From Our Editors
For the past 30 years, the team at Toby Carvery have been on a mission to bring British roast dinners nationwide. All meat is sourced from UK grass-fed or free-range farms that meet Red Tractor standards. Every day, each Toby Carvery restaurant lays on a family-sized feast. Tender, slow-cooked meats, eight lots of freshly-prepared veggies, including crispy, ruffled roasties, and freshly-made Yorkshires served crisp, fluffy and piping-hot. Vegetarian and vegan options are on the menu for those who leave meat off their plates, and a wide range of drinks can be paired with the dishes for a boosted indulgence. A kids menu and all-you-can-eat breakfasts are also available.
I used my voucher for the Toby Carvery at Bradley Stoke. It is the best one I have been to and would highly recommend it to anyone. Staff are very helpful and pleasant.
Went on a lunchtime choice of four meats delicious
Great value for money, lovely food
Really lovely roast dinner & very helpful staff. Definitely reommend the Tiby Carvery in Bradley Stoke 😊
Overall the quality of the food was very good, although no where near piping hot which is how I like mine to be. I have one complaint which is about the wine that was on offer. My groupon voucher clearly stated that I could have a drink to the value of £3.55 and I wanted the Chilean Merlot at £3.35. I was told that I had to have their Tempranillo wine which was £2.75, needless to say it wasn't very nice, it was slightly acidic and definitely cheap plonk. If you like a better wine you might be better off not bothering with the groupon voucher as the saving for the two of us was just over £3, it was hardly worth the bother.
Arrived to be told that 3 of 5 meats weren’t available. Waited so long for my partners vegetarian option (25 mins after I’d been served) that I’d long finished my meal before theirs was on the table. A big disappointment, as we had high hopes and are easily pleased.... Maybe we caught them on a bad day.
Toby Carvery HO