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Toby Carvery logoToby Carvery two courses £7Just walk in, no voucher needed. Excludes Sundays

Mon-Sat

Walk in to any Toby Carvery to get a carvery main meal and soup or ice cream for £6.99 per person (or £7.99 at nine of its restaurants - see 'more info' for a full list). It's valid Mon-Sat (except for bank holidays) and it’s an ongoing offer.

You can choose from an adult standard-sized carvery and either soup of the day for starter or dairy ice cream  to finish.

How much do you save?

At the Enderby (Leicester) branch, where it has the £6.99 two-course offer, a carvery is usually £5.99, soup is normally £2.89 and ice cream is usually £2.79 - so you could save £1.79-1.89 with this offer. 

At the Badger's Mount (Kent) branch where it is a £7.99 menu it usually costs £6.99 for a carvery, £1.99 for soup and £2.79 for ice cream - so you could save 99p-£1.79 with this offer.

Check your local restaurant to see how much you can save. As you can see, the savings are small but Toby Carvery's are cheap restaurants anyway so you're getting a good deal. 

You can pay an extra £1 and get one of the following choices instead of soup or ice cream: treacle sponge, chocolate fudge cake or rhubarb & custard sundae.

More info

Can't be used with any other offer. King-size carvery and extra toppings are excluded. 

£7.99 two-course menu restaurants are:

  • Badgers Mount, Seven Oaks (Kent)
  • Brentwood (Essex)
  • Eden Park (Kent)
  • Basildon (Essex)
  • Romford (Essex)
  • Metro Centre, Gateshead (Tyne and Wear)
  • Gravesend (Kent)
  • Darlington (County Durham)
  • Peterborough (Cambridgeshire)

Toby Carvery logoToby Carvery 'free' ice cream with mainVoucher gets you £2.79 dessert for nowt

Mon-Sat

Register with Toby Carvery and get a voucher for a free dairy ice cream (usually £2.79) when an adult orders an adult main (£8ish). A child can also get the offer, but they must order a children's main meal and they will get a child portion ice cream. 

You can print the voucher or show it on your smartphone. The voucher's good for up to six people, and it's valid at all restaurants Mon-Sat for four weeks after you register your voucher. This is an ongoing promotion.  

More info

Can't be used with any other offer or set menu. Excludes bank holidays. 

Toby Carvery logoToby Carvery all you can eat brekkie £4Simply walk in. £2.99 for under-10s

Every day
If you like to eat out for breakfast, Toby Carvery has a deal that could save your bacon (and money). You can help yourself to as much food from its breakfast carvery counter for £3.99 each (or £2.99 for under-10s).

Excludes The Park Place, Mitcham branch. Breakfast times vary between branches, so check at your nearest venue.
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