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- n. Plural form of carvery.
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Food courts: everything from all-day breakfast bars to carveries and hog roasts.
Each of Orchid's five divisions has its own operations team - all specialists in their field - whether it's the contemporary carveries Hall believes have helped make the carvery fashionable again, the posh community pubs, the Thai restaurants or the clubs, in the toughest market of all, but still seeing some positive results where investment has gone into them.
Square sites eventually, plus 50 Roast Inn carveries.
Food is also seen as essential to the mix, whether it is pub food classics in a previously drink-only local, or the Red Tractor-approved locally sourced British meat served in the carveries.
Take-aways several times a week, Chinese all-you-can-eat buffets, cheap carveries, a bottle of wine every night and everything fried.
Taken over when it was faltering eight years ago, it now does 1,000 barrels a year and serves 700 carveries on Sundays alone.