Famed for its mouthwatering Sunday roasts served all week, Toby Carvery Newbury is a traditional British pub with something for all the family. There are special children's menus, a tempting pudding selection, as well as a selection of world beers from the bar.
You're guaranteed a great British classic at Toby Carvery, the self-professed ‘home of the roast’. Choose from juicy, slow-cooked meats (including lamb every Sunday), seasonal vegetables and hand-ruffled potatoes - with each one checked to make sure it's gorgeously crispy.
Toby Carvery has a great range of vegan and vegetarian options to suit the whole family, with vegetables on the carvery deck served with a vegan glaze - no need to wait for new vegetables! All-you-can-eat breakfast is served daily and their extensive drinks range includes soft drinks, refillable Pepsi Max, beers, ciders and a wine list to pair with the perfect roast.
A popular pub thanks to its classic style and comfort, Toby Carvery Newbury is 5 minutes' drive from Newbury Rail Station.
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- afternoon tea (1)
- breakfast (4)
- business (1)
- child friendly (5)
- dinner (15)
- large parties (7)
- lunch (10)
- private dining (3)
- romantic (1)
- trendy (1)
- value (7)
1 January 2020
Great as always
6 October 2019
Cauliflower cheese was beautiful as usual.
28 July 2019
Was a nice carvery. Only thing was very slow only one carving meats .
16 January 2019
Me and my wife and family and friends are regular customers at the Toby Newbury, excellent roast is always our favourite, my wife Pauline has the veggie option with lots of vegetables, staff are friendly and helpful, the booking service was easy and very quick.
9 September 2018
Food was very good, and service.
15 April 2018
The roast dinner was absolutely delicious service good staff very helpful thank you.
2 April 2018
We booked online for a 1330hrs sitting. We waited over 45mins to sit down. Then we waited in line for another 45mins to get our meal. I'm disabled and had to stand all that time. There was only one chef serving. There was over 30 people waiting to be served. The chef was really miserable and blunt. I used to come often but the service has gone down a lot. Very disappointed. Chef was also cutting fatty and gristle on to people's plates and then just grunted when they complained. Where we had to line up, there was a man in a wheelchair that could not get in the que because the lanes where too narrow. Some tables were not suitable for wheelchairs. Young lad on front desk was still booking people in knowing there was no tables left. People tried to eat there dinner, but had a massive que stood looking over them. Very disappointed .
4 February 2018
This is a good place to eat a Sunday Roast. It is a very popular place so it's definitely best to book the table in advance. Arriving early meant we were able to have a couple of drinks at the bar before our table was ready. There are a lot of tables to serve but there are a good number of servers which means the whole process goes very quickly. The Sunday roast gives a good choice of starters and snacks. The main course has all the traditional roast dinners with very generous portions. Couldn't fault it really.
2 February 2018
We liked the cubicle - quiet enough to chat comfortably. The choice of vegan mains was great and the quality and quantity of the food was impressive.
3 December 2017
Loved it all. Would like chicken gravy.