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Toby Carvery Burnt Tree Island, Burnt Tree, Tipton

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Toby Carvery (Mitchells & Butlers)

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Soup Dragon left this review about Toby Carvery

A large detached Toby Carvery on a busy traffic island that has been redeveloped for what seems a year. The building is in a mock Tudor style, with a main body whrer the lower half is in white painted brick and the upper half is in cream with red painted woodwork. It has a porch and projecting window bays - a typical Toby. There is a beer patio area.

The interior is a large open plan, though partitioned U-shape around the serving bar, though the one side is larger as it has the carvery serving area as well. The decor is a mix of colours; brown, chocolate, salmon, white, gold patterned wallpaper, green, exposed brick, with a cream ceiling and a snazzy carpet. It is mainly set up for dinig though there is a sofa and comfy chair area wirh a brick fireplace and Churchill pictures on the walls. Old photographs and adverts are on the walls, common to most Toby places and they do supply some interest. I didn't see a TV and the music was general and at a decent level. The service was good and the clientele mixed - it was quite busy. I didn't eat so can't comment on that.

Beer; usual tap stuff with Banks's Bitter and an OK Marston's Pedigree on handpull.

A typical Toby, a foody chain that i have no problems with - their buidlings have consistent real ales and are not done out like a bistro bar. They are not places i would generally go just for a drink, but would eat here

On 17th July 2011 - no rating submitted
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