Discussion in 'SMB' started by ned_werby, Aug 10, 2018.
As per thread title.
Cheers in advance.
Bit further afield but South Causey Inn.
No booking required.
Why not freshly cooked? Just wondering.
My dad loves a carvery for some reason. Twat can’t walk though so I end up serving it to his table anyway.
OP - My brother loves The Cliff
costs more to buy the gear man, and thats without the fcuk on of cooking it, and then the dishes.
You mis understand me, I’m wondering why go to a cavery when plenty places do a cracking Sunday lunch for not much money that hasn’t been coughed on by the 300 people before you, and the veg / pots haven’t been under hot lights for two hours.
Why go to a carvery? Simply go out for a Sunday lunch.
The Biscuit Factory in Newcastle is the best around here.
6 and 2 3s isnt it.
This is what I’m talking about. Carvery simply guarantees a shit meal.
Veg sitting cooking constantly leaving any flavour it ever had in the water it’s sitting in. I’d reduce that water down and use it as stock for gravy.
That has just made me puss myself.
I think he’s having you right off.
Surely it’s better to have a freshly cooked roast served to you.
Sit and enjoy your pint rather than join a queue of people waiting to pile up the tiniest plate imaginable with food that’s sat there for yonks
SMB loves a carvery almost as much as a takeaway Sunday dinner.
Not at all mate, huge difference, I’ve worked in the pub and restaurant trade for a long time and no way would I eat carvery or indeed Buffett food, mind I’m a picky sod.
I can get a cracking sunday lunch for a £10 that blows away cheap carvery food.
One thing that pisses me off as well if you’re out with women where do they leave their bags with purse, phone etc in while you queue. Fuck carvery man. I don’t get the benefit they’re shit.
Prefer peace and loaf for Sunday lunch but got to say biscuit factory is great.
Carvery tend to be shite , Barnes is rank
Peace and Loaf
Earl Of Pitt St.
All superb. Where is your gaff mate?
Getting table service at carvery prices the fucker.
Out of the restaurant game now, use to have Pan Haggerty on the quayside before it went bust, had a few places since but now have a little boozer in the sticks.
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