Monday, December 7, 2015

News: Strong start for Rotherham Toby Carvery


Toby Carvery's newest "home of the roast" in Rotherham, is celebrating a record breaking month having served over 9,017 meals in the first four weeks since opening in late October.

The pub restaurant is part of a prominent brownfield site at Eastwood that is being transformed by a regeneration scheme centred around new food retail units. The vacant site at Mushroom Roundabout was previously home to a D.C. Cook car dealership but has been empty since 2008 following demolition.

Wilton Developments acquired the 2.4 acre site in 2012 as part of a wider Dansk supermarket portfolio - Netto was progressing plans for the site before they were acquired by ASDA in 2011.

Pub group, Mitchells & Butlers purchased 1.22 acres of the site for a two storey Toby Carvery. QFM has acquired the remaining 1.18 acres and is set to deliver three further food and drink outlets. Plans show that occupants could include Costa, KFC and Hey Potato! and that the total jobs created could be 100.

The new Toby Carvery has created 40 new jobs and offers seating for over 176 people in the restaurant and an additional 24 in a designated bar area.

David Munro, the manager of Toby Carvery Rotherham (pictured, right), said: "We are extremely pleased to have opened one of our famous carveries in Rotherham and look forward to welcoming lots of guests over the coming weeks and months.

"We have had some great feedback so far and everyone who has visited has enjoyed the high-quality roast that Toby is renowned for across the UK."

The restaurant offers a family-sized feast of four roast carvery joints, all you can eat breakfasts and is currently offering a special festive menu.

Toby Carvery website

Images: Toby Carvery


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