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carvery

(ˈkɑːvərɪ)
n, pl -veries
an eating establishment at which customers pay a set price and may then have unrestricted helpings of food from a variety of meats, salads, and other vegetables
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carvery

[ˈkɑːvərɪ] Nrestaurante m que se especializa en asados
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carvery

nBuffet nt
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INVENTED in the 1970s when money was too tight to mention and restaurants wanted to get families out to eat, the humble carvery is now a meal of choice.
This Saturday (June 29), you can get a free breakfast or carvery meal at a Toby Carvery.
Coventry has two Toby Carvery restaurants to choose from - one of Brinklow Road and another on Stonebridge Island on Coventry Road.
While it might be true that there's no such thing as a free lunch, Toby Carvery are making a special exception for the Armed Forces next month.
Heading to our seats and walking past the carvery tray, Mrs E wasn't too sure about with what was about to come but I was a lot more enthusiastic, given the delightful smell.
With an extensive background in hospitality, Caroline Ruck may be new to the Melrose Inn Pub & Carvery on Pascal Close in St Mellons, but she is certainly no stranger to the area; having been born in Newport and studied in Monmouth.
Plans have officially been revealed for a brand new pub and carvery inKirkby Town Centre- and it's coming sooner than you think.
'Don't mess with the Jeff ' read the cap of the chap overseeing the meat at the carvery at the Dorset Arms.
POLICE are investigating claims by a disabled diner that table-cleaner was sprayed in his eyes during a row at a popular carvery.
Christmas is all about twinkling lights and sparkle, and a Teesside carvery is set to prove the point as it launches the ultimate festive treat - glitter gravy.
ONE local carvery is on the hunt for Solihull's super-gran or number one grandad to reward them with a 'grand' day out worth PS1,000.