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My Snowy Tradition

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by jb0o, Dec 18, 2009.

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    [Dec 18, 2009]
    I shall share with you my excitement.

    Me and my girlfriend have a tradition that when it snows, on the night we go out for a big slap up meal at Toby Carvery.

    Tonight is that night!

    Can't beat the feeling of getting out of the cold snow and digging into a roast dinner! :)
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    My missus has been nagging me to go to Toby Carvery for the last 2 days, but it's my Dad's Birthday tomorrow, so I need to save my appetite for lunch at my Mum's. :)
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    Nilz Defo worth the wait :)

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    Ha, its my Dad's b'day tomorrow as well :)
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    Is Toby Carvery something very special then?
    Not ever been but it sounds interesting.
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    Tell your Dad happy birthday! from me bud ;)
    WHAT?! You mean you've never been to one? It's just like a Sunday roast, but it's available on weekdays with usually turkey, beef and gammon, and yes, you can choose all three! Then it's a free for all on the vegetables and onion gravy. Yummy. :yum:

    Not bad for a fiver!
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    [Dec 19, 2009]
    All that shizz for five quid?! I must hook that up
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    [Dec 19, 2009]
    Went to one in Ramsgate this week, monday lunchtime i believe...mmmmmmmmmm
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    Still dosent beat a proper home cooked dinner though, then again the convienience of it all is still worth the £5
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    The food's nothing to write home about really, but it's hot and there's lots of it! (And for a fiver you can't really knock it!)
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    Just to elaborate, it's a fiver for lunch, I think the same is a couple of quid more in the evenings. But you can add a pudding for a quid extra! Applepie and unlimited custard anyone? :)
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    True. Also about £8 for lunch on a Sunday, unless thy've just put up their prices generally?:whip:
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    The Toby Carvery by me is £4 for lunch! Its absolutely heaving everyday with...............pensioners!

    I've never seen so many gold coloured Nissan Notes on a car park in my life! :)
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