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    Question Toby Carvery Breakfast?

    Hello. I have a small.. dilemma. =[

    Tomorrow morning I'm going with my BF and his friend to Toby Carvery for breakfast (The all you can eat kind buffet) Of course minus the meat laden trays of sausages, eggs, black pudding and bacon =S They have beans, tomatoes, mushrooms, hashbrowns and fresh bread you can toast yourself. Jams, marmalades etc..

    As much as I am sure they don't cook it in butter, more so oil instead. I am not 100% and this worries me =/

    I don't have a very good record with asking these sorts of questions because I'm met with a very frosty, unhelpful attitude all the time.. =[ it is quite demoralizing really but oh well..

    I can't get out of this of course, I'm more than likely going to have toast.. maybe a hashbrown and some beans.

    To cut this post short from all my rambling, the question is:

    Has anyone eaten at Toby Carvery for their breakfast? What did you eat such?

    Thanking you very much <3

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    Default Re: Toby Carvery Breakfast?

    i didn't even know they did breakfasts.

    i'd maybe take my own spread for the toast and have something like beans on toast, that's a respectable and non-unusual breakfast option.
    do they have any fruit you could have as a supplement?

    try and enjoy yourself!

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    Default Re: Toby Carvery Breakfast?

    They were on a deal 2 for 6 a few weeks ago and my Bf wanted to go then but we didn't so we went today..

    No fruit sadly =[

    But I had beans, tomatoes and a few hashbrowns along with toast with marmalade and jam. They did however have some vegetarian sausages but I didn't try them. It was okay overall. 'Fresh' brown doorstep toast with those little jam portions and marmalade portions.

    It was okay if not a little bland but for 4.95 it wasn't too bad.

    Thank you for replying by the way =]

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