carvery


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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
Translations

carvery

[ˈkɑːvərɪ] Nrestaurante m que se especializa en asados

carvery

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A WOOLTON pub has been converted into a family-friendly carvery, and the ECHO has had a sneak peek inside.
In particular, the Crown brand has been branching out into the pizza market with the Hollybush the latest outlet to undergo a makeover, with the pub re-opening earlier this month as a Stonehouse Pizza and Carvery.
TOBY Carvery Loughborough has officially reopened following an extensive remodel, creating 15 new jobs.
A Liverpool pub is set to be transformed into a family-friendly carvery after a [pounds sterling]840,000 refurbishment.
disabled diner suing pub after his assistance dog is banned from carvery for posing a hygiene risk A DISABLED man is suing a village pub after his assistance dog was banned from sitting near its Sunday lunch carvery.
AVILLAGE pub is being sued for alleged discrimination against disabled customers by banning assistance dogs from its carvery.
The newly-refurbished Toby Carvery has reopened in Wolviston - creating 10 new jobs.
The Great Carvery of the Year contest is heating up as the shortlist of the 23 best-loved hotels and pubs from Cork to Carlow was released yesterday.
I'd not been to the Toby Carvery at Ainley Top for a few years but remembered it being fine so thought we'd give it another go.
The men thought they were at the Toby Carvery Kenton Bar, in Newcastle, to celebrate the third anniversary of the Geordie Breakfast Club, which helps to support war veterans in the North East.
Going large means adding extra carvery meat, a sausage and Yorkshire pud or pork ribs.