- carve + -ry (Wiktionary)
“Said to be modeled on a European food hall, the setup is closer to an American food court, with different stations for salads, "carvery" meats, sushi, whole fish, even pit barbecue and dumplings.”
“The word "carvery" on a pub's chalkboard sign typically means lunch includes beef, ham, turkey and stuffing, with salmon and pasta options, plus spuds and other vegetables - drowned in gravy if you like.”
“There is a two course carvery which is fantasic and brilliant for the price of £5.95 for adults and”
“carvery", which might not go down well with England's diet-conscious coaches, there can be no doubt that he is a man of cricketing as well as physical substance.”
“Although all its dishes are served from a communal "hot table", this handsome freehouse is emphatically not a carvery.”
“As I briefly mentioned in my earlier post, Anthony has a 1 day job trial today for a chef position at a nearby carvery pub/restaurant.”
“By simon bedak, May 1, 2010 @ 6:55 pm just had an ‘all you can eat’ lunch at the wagga rsl carvery for $12.50.”
“Sunday the celebrations continued as Stu's parents met us back in Guildford and took us all out for a wonderful carvery lunch in Bramley.”
“Stateliness of her defence has him spit and roasted, turned to perfection, poised on the carvery – flummery for tea.”
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