This week I decided to find out what Toby Carvery would be offering for just £3.29.
The Darlington branch is so popular that the first time I tried to reserve a meal my order was canceled because there was nothing left.
On Thursday (August 31st) I finally managed to secure a roast dinner that would have otherwise gone to waste.
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As I entered the building I had to admit that I had never been to a Toby Carvery before.
As I walked to the buffet, an employee audibly said, “We outed him there.”
There was a small line patiently waiting for their turn left over from a large buffet.
I chose some turkey, a sausage, carrots, roasted potatoes, cauliflower and a healthy helping of gravy.
I packed my tray carefully to get a little of everything.
Once my food was sealed, I left the building and got in the car.
I didn’t want my food to lose its spiciness before I could enjoy it.
When I finally sat down at the kitchen table, there was no time to waste.
The sauce spilled slightly over the edge on the drive home, but otherwise it was a sight to behold.
I ate the meal in a little less than 10 minutes, but I really enjoyed it.
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The sausage was juicy and the sauce that coated the vegetables was delicious.
For just over £3 the food was much better than I expected and I would definitely go again.
The whole experience was heartwarming and the staff made me feel welcome.
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